Selfish taro selling fast

WOMEN of Temotu province are now flooding the Honiara central market with their unique taro known as the ‘selfish taro’. Selfish taro is one of the best taros planted in Santa Cruz and was well known to most people in Honiara. “We are happy to be back again with this selfish taro at the central…

Gospel group returns from US

GOSPEL band ‘Miracles’ will be arriving back in the country today from the United States. Members of Miracles left for New Mexico, United States, a fortnight ago to participate in singing programs following an invitation. The group’s coordinator James Teobasi said the tour was very successful. He said eleven members took part in the US…

SIRFC executes outreach program

THE Solomon Islands Revival Fellowship Church (SIRFC) will launch out its outreach program in Honiara and to other provinces starting tomorrow. Pastor Incey Gurugu said some overseas based people will arrived today to join in the  outreach programme which will end on the 9th next month. “Some of our guest from Australia and Papua New…

More women graduate with new skills

Twenty three women graduated from the Mary Mazzarello Development Centre at Henderson on the 24th of June. This center is running by the Salesian Sisters for the women to learn skills in sewing and cooking.  The graduation commenced with the Eucharist celebration and Fr. Lawrence OP was the main celebrants.  Concelebrants were Fr. Albert sdb…

Young leaders leave for Myanmar

TWO members of the Young Women Christian Association (YWCA) in Honiara will leave for Yangon, Myanmar, Saturday. Clarine Toki and Betty Sam will be in Myanmar for a week, attending an Asia-Pacific regional training for young women leaders. “Young Women Lead Change” was the theme of the training. Ms Toki said they are happy to…