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The Malaysian Durian tree is starting to gain ...

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FB ABUSE COMPLAINTS

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SIM cards giveaway on arrival

VISITORS arriving in the country were being welcomed with a free SIM card gift from Bmobile-Vodafone company upon arrival at the Henderson terminal.

Capacity building in the Pacific tuna processing sector

Levuka, Fiji – Cannery and national fish inspectors from Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands are currently undergoing specialised training in Levuka, Fiji, aimed at ensuring the production of canned tuna in the region meets the required standard for safe human consumption.

Review on financial inclusion underway

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) in partnership with the United Nations Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIP) will host a one-day  national workshop to review  the country’s’ financial Inclusion strategy and set the next medium term strategy (2016-2020) today.

More violence victims. at Care Centre

MORE than five hundred violence victims in the country are being housed at the Christian Care Centre (CCC) outside Honiara.

Deepening Relations on Gender Issues in Palau

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Opposition says PM suffers from amnesia

THE Parliamentary Opposition Group has hit back at the Prime Minister’s response regarding the $387 million Kilufi’i hospital project.

SICCI conducts governance training

SOLOMON Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) is currently conducting a cooperate governance workshop at the Iron Bottom Sound (IBS), in Honiara starting yesterday.

Giant African snails destroying food gardens at Numbu

Local farmers of Numbu Community in North Guadalcanal are struggling in their fight against the deadly intrusion of the Giant African snail which have created havoc to their livelihoods.

Tongan PM pulls out of international meetings

RNZI: The Prime Minister of Tonga has pulled out of a number of high-level meetings due to health reasons.

Christ the King parish – Tetere celebrates feast & confirmations

Christ the King Parish - Tetere celebrated their Patronal Feast with great solemnity, focusing on the Sacrament of Confirmation on the Sunday.

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