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Phone: (+677) 39646
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PM visits St. James Anglican Church

PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo has highlighted the need for connectivity between the Church and the state.

Hip-hop Rhyme quest soon

HAILIES Entertainment studio will be hosting a hip-hop rhyme quest for the first time to Hip-hop lover in Honiara.

Nusa Roviana bamboo band grabs $10k

Sideleve bamboo band from Nusa Roviana in the Western province is $10,000 richer last Saturday after winning the bamboo band competition in the 2013 Lagoon Festival hosted in Munda last Saturday.

Musician wants music included in formal education

A local musician says music should be incorporated in the school curriculum so that it can be taught in schools.

Big Haus Boys grab reggae award

A reggae band from the Guadalcanal plains has won the battle of the band contest in Honiara last weekend.

Sikaiana Leo Tapu Contest: $ 13,000 at stake!

TEN quartet gospel singing groups have confirmed they are in for the first ever “Sikaiana Leo Tapu Contest” to be held tomorrow evening at the Sikaiana Settlement at Red Beach.  

Free concert and Mere’s Market at Art Gallery

World Vision is hosting a free advocacy concert on 4 December at the National Art Gallery.

Free concerts, Mere’s market this week

World Vision is hosting a free advocacy concert starting today at the National Art Gallery.