Editor - Solomon Star News


Vanikoro alleged attack, arson

Dear Editor – Your newspaper yesterday carried a report of alleged burning of machines, equipment and a growth centre at Vanikoro last Sunday.

What’s next for peace ministry?

IN a few days, the national government will stage the week-long National Healing and Apology programme in Honiara.

Korea strengthens ocean science collaboration with Pacific region

PACIFIC Island countries and territories stand to benefit from the sharing of cutting edge marine scientific and technological knowledge between the Republic of Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (KIOST) and the Pacific Community (SPC).

Brexit, a move threatening an end to globalisation?

CAN Brexit go so far as to threaten an end to globalisation?

Dispute deepens

Machines and equipment burnt, looted at Vanikoro

Band raises $40k for Church project

NATIVE Stone Age band had raised more than $40,000 in its two days concert at Art Gallery on Saturday and Sunday.

AOG members from PNG ends three-week mission here

THREE members of Assemblies of God, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands Mission based in Port Moresby have completed their three weeks in Malaita province recently.

Gospel group returns from US

GOSPEL band ‘Miracles’ will be arriving back in the country today from the United States.

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.

God Works through Adversity

Once again, welcome to our continuing discussion on the topic ‘Growing through Adversity’. This week, we will look at another aspect of adversity from God’s perspective. One of the big questions often asked by people, “Where is God when it hurts?” Our response to this question could either draw us closer or away from God. This leads us to ask another question, “If God loves us, why would he allow things to happen to our love ones, friends and our self?”