Editor - Solomon Star News


NTU leadership

Dear Editor – If you would allow me to raise my concern and view regarding the current performance of National Training Unit, this year 2015.

Logging development

Dear Editor – May I refer to what has been said against me in the Solomon Star issued on 22/02/15 in which my Premier has been said to be part of it?

Faulty mining licences on Rennell

THE Attorney General Chamber is recommending cancellation of mining licenses on Rennell Island.

CBSI issues new monetary policy stance

FOLLOWING a Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday, the Governor and Chairman of the Board, Denton Rarawa announced that the CBSI monetary policy stance for the next 6 months will remain accommodative but with a particular bias towards addressing the excess liquidity in the banking system.

Top Australian film crew coming

Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau(SIVB)  and Solomon Airlines have combined resources to host a major Australian travel film crew on an 11-day shoot in the country.

Commonwealth Youth Games to cost Samoa $20m -$30m bill

APIA, (SAMOA OBSERVER) -----The Commonwealth Youth Games in September is likely to cost Samoa between $20 to $30million (US$7.8 million – US$11.7 million).

Gold medal haul for Team Samoa

APIA, (SAMOA OBSERVER) ----The Samoa Weightlifting team return to Samoa Wednesday with a large haul of gold medals after a successful Mainland Open Weightlifting Tournament in Christchurch New Zealand, last week.

Rita Flynn multipurpose hall in doubt for Pacific Games

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) --- The new Rita Lynn multipurpose hall is in doubt to be completed in time for the Pacific Games.

Samoa PM wishes All Blacks could be bought with coconuts

APIA, (STUFF NZ) - Samoa Prime Minister and rugby boss Tuilaepa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi has joked he'd like to pay the All Blacks in coconuts and pawpaw for their looming test in Apia.

Workshops to strengthen MSG trade

PORT VILA, (MSG) - A series of workshops for Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) countries are underway in Port Vila, Vanuatu on issues relating to the MSG Trade Agreement.