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Guadalcanal church leaders meet todiscuss bible translation

AT the invitation of MP David Day Pacha, Guadalcanal Weathercoast church leaders from SSEC, Catholic and ACOM gathered in Honiara to address the need of a Bible translation in the local language(s).

SUVA,  (UNICEF/UNFPA/WHO/DFAT) - Three Pacific Island countries using integrated approaches to health delivery for women, new-borns, children and adolescents will benefit from a nearly AU$7 million UN Joint Programme announced in New York as part of a meeting of Pacific Foreign Ministers.

NAURU has joined the Marshall Islands and Tuvalu to become the third country in the Pacific to ban the controversial practice of transshipping.

Festival to promote tourism in Small Mala

THE Yam festival which was scheduled to be held in South Malaita next year is sure to promote tourism in the little known region of Malaita.

Cab drivers trained on customer service

ABOUT 30 taxi drivers registered under the Henderson International Airport Taxi association have undergone a training as part of improving their customer service to international visitors.

Ete acknowedges dorcas work, conveys PM’s well wishes

Acting Prime Minister, Douglas Ete has acknowledged the contributions of the Seventh Day Adventist Church (SDA) Dorcas federations throughout the country who have continued to render community services to the wider population based on Bible principles.

ANZ opens new Solomon Islands head office

ANZ on Wednesday opened its new Solomon Islands head office in Ranadi, Honiara, announcing an investment of over AUD$1.5 in the new premises.

Christafari tour promotions to start soon

PROMOTIONS for the Christafari tour will commence soon after the venue for the two days family event is confirmed on Tuesday.

PNA calls to have observers on transhipments

NADI, (PACNEWS) ---- The Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) has called on the Tuna Commission to include fisheries observers in all transhipments taking place in the high seas.

Tuna stakeholders looking for balance

NADI, (RNZI) --- The Pacific Islands Tuna Industry Association (PITIA) is calling for a balance to be struck between industry partners and fisheries managers and regulators in the region.