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The significance of Senator Kerry’s visit

ARCHBISHOP of Canterbury The Most Reverend Justin Welby left us on Tuesday.

Western United to tour province

Football fans and supporters in Noro, Western Province are up for some football entertainment as the Western United FC prepares to take a brief tour to the province.

Warriors in second spot

The Telekom S-league champions and defending HFA champions, Solomon Warriors FC on Monday ended their campaign for the 2014 HFA league on second spot after thrashing Makuru FC 4-0 at the Lawson Tama stadium.

Balekana United’s new manager

Atu Balekana, the former team manager for Solomon Islands football team—Bonito to the Pacific Games, Samoa 2007, has been appointed as the team manager for the club this season.

Commonwealth Games

Dear Editor - May I please have some space in your column to comment on the above. Lately you have reported on Team Solomon's participation at the recent Commonwealth Games.

Energy security a priority for sustainable development

(SPC), Suva  - This year marks the first year of the United Nations Decade of Sustainable Energy for All.  At the Pacific Regional Energy and Transport (Aviation and Maritime) Ministers' Meeting in Nadi, Fiji, in April 2014, which was convened by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Ministers acknowledged the central enabling role of energy in sustainable development in a region where effective and efficient transport, especially maritime transport, underpins people’s lives.

Vanuatu gov’t and VNPF to invest in Fiji property

VANUATU DAILY POST: The Vanuatu government is collaborating with the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) and a local property owner in Suva to build an apartment complex for regional students studying at the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji.

Villagers plan to produce bio-fuel

The newly established coconut crushing mill in Mangakiki, West Guadalcanal will venture into bio fuel production soon.

Archbishop pays tribute to martyred Brotherhoods

The visiting Archbishop of Canterbury The Most Reverend Justin Welby yesterday paid tribute and respect to the graves of the seven martyred Melanesian Brothers during a visit to Brotherhood headquarter in Tambalia, North West Guadalcanal.

Melanesian Brotherhoods urged to be faithful

The visiting Archbishop of Canterbury The Most Reverend Justin Welby has challenged members of the Melanesian Brotherhood to be faithful in Christ because there is no better call than to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.