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Jailed Vanuatu MPs attempt to stand in snap election

RNZI: Vanuatu's finance department has confirmed that 14 former government MPs who are serving jail terms have applied to stand as candidates in January's snap election.

Road blocks to ask for money, a concern

Road blocks being erected to ask money from passing vehicles remains an issue in North West Guadalcanal.

Visible presence of police must be commended

LAST week leading up to the Christmas Day, Honiara city was very much busy with people rushing here and there conducting their last minute shopping before heading to the provinces by boat for their holiday.

Courts go on vacation

THE High Court goes on vacation as of this week.

Airlines seals new code-share deal

Hard on the heels of commencing a significant codeshare agreement with Qantas Airways, Solomon Airlines has now officially validated a tripartite code-share agreement with fellow Melanesian carriers Air Niugini and Air Vanuatu.

PARIS, (SPREP) ---- Before it has even been agreed upon, the world is already failing the current proposal for the new Climate Change agreement to reduce global warming to 2 degrees Celsius.

SIWIBA acknowledges Gala night sponsors

Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) has successfully hosted its first ever Corporate Event with their Gala Night Launch on Thursday at the Monarch Bar  & Grill, IBS.

Shame of the Pacific exposed: 60pc of women victims of violence

SUVA, (THE AUSTRALIAN) -- More than 60 per cent of women and girls surveyed in the Pacific ­Islands have experienced violence by an intimate partner or family member, says a report released Monday night.

BALI, (RADIO TUVALU) -----Papua New Guinea, one of the most powerful nations of the PNA, has called on the Pacific Tuna Commission to take urgent action to control fishing on the high seas.

TOWER presents profit payment to ANZ

TOWER Insurance has paid ANZ bank its profit share of $211,411.

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