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  • 14
  • Mar


The organizing committee of the consecration of the fourth Bishop of Hanuato’o Diocese of the Anglican Church of Melanesia in the Makira Ulawa Province has set March 21 as the date for the big church event.

  • 12
  • Mar


WOMEN from various institutions and organizations that comprise and contribute towards the justice system in the country had for the first time gathered together to mark International Women’s Day, Thursday.

  • 11
  • Mar


WOMEN leaders must take up a leading role in addressing issues affecting women in this country by working with their male counterparts.

  • 10
  • Mar


GIZO Market Vendors Association (GMVA) along with women from the surrounding islands of Western Province celebrated the annual International Women’s Day (IWD) on Monday.

  • 09
  • Mar


We need women’s representation that reflects all women and girls in all their diversity and abilities, and across all cultural, social, economic, and political situations.

  • 08
  • Mar


A WEEKLONG Ministers Meeting for all Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church pastors, ministers, and workers have ended on Saturday evening. 

  • 08
  • Mar


Woman Police Constable (WPC) Janice Wales, 32 years old, from Langa Langa Lagoon, Malaita is a brave woman.

  • 03
  • Mar


The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) through its Honiara Urban City Agriculture office (HUC) has supported Feraladoa St. Peter Mother’s Union group of Tuvaruhu Parish in Honiara with essential farming tools and vegetable seeds.

  • 01
  • Mar


Peace Divine Ministry is a Christian Boy Band Ministry that began 14 years ago with a vision and focus to help young people. 

  • 01
  • Mar

REVEREND Benedict Loe was consecrated and installed on Sunday at Good Shepherd Diocese Cathedral in Central Guadalcanal.

  • 17
  • Feb


MADALI Women in Ward 18, North Rendova, Western Province will longer use dugout canoe and paddle to Munda market to sell their garden produce.

  • 17
  • Feb

WITH the growing number of cases involving rape and abuse against girls in the country, some parents and guardians are calling for the need for girls camps to become a regular program, especially in the Western Province.

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