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November 29th, 2020
Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare stated that the ...

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November 29th, 2020
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GRCLC calls ...

November 28th, 2020
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Seghe RTC receives ...

November 28th, 2020
SEGHE Rural Training Centre is a full-time ...

Pineapple ...

November 28th, 2020
IT’S the time of the year again for pineapples to ...

Malaysian Durian ...

November 28th, 2020
The Malaysian Durian tree is starting to gain ...

Award recipient ...

November 28th, 2020
I WAS shocked when my name was announced as the ...

 “Safe boat ...

November 28th, 2020
POLICE will be out monitoring vessels and small ...

Investigation into ...

November 28th, 2020
POLICE are still carrying out investigations in ...

FB ABUSE COMPLAINTS

November 28th, 2020
Police to provide data on Facebook abusive ...
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Catechists applauded

WORKING with people is very interesting but challenging, but with togetherness and God on our side we shall overcome those challenges very easily.

Priest calls for unity in 2016

VISALE parish priest Fr John Galvin says he want to see unity in the work of God in this New Year 2016 amongst all Catholic Christian members in Visale parish.

Hope

When we lose hope, all we can see is what’s gone wrong and the disappointments in our lives. 

Air Vanuatu is safe: CAAV

PORT VILA, (VANUATU POST) - Airline regulator of Vanuatu, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vanuatu (CAAV) says the national carrier, Air Vanuatu planes are safe to operate because the airline has complied with requirements of the civil aviation authority.

Support hailed

The management of national U12 and 14 futsal teams have praised the support rendered by the Prime Ministers Office (PMO) which enabled the youngsters to participate in the Australian State Championships.

PM got it wrong

Dear Editor - There could be a better word to use by the PM for justifying his payments to the ex militants.

Ex-militants payout

Dear Editor - Allow me space in your newspaper to write and express my personal views in regard to the recent Christmas goodwill payments of $3 million  made out by the government to ex. militants from both Malaita and Guadalcanal.

Police officers

Dear Editor - It would appear that no RSIPF officers ever go past the Fishing village or Kola'a Ridge junction.

Traffic lights

Dear Editor - Honiara city is crowded with so many vehicles now. Nearly every week, vehicles do arrive by boats from overseas. You see them being displayed for sale at the Lawson Tama car park.

Package for ex-militants

Dear Editor - The news about the government going to settle some payments with the ex-combatants have been received with mixed reactions.

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