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PM applaud our women

March 09th, 2021
PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has ...

In Court with ...

March 09th, 2021
* One link Pacifica appealed magistrate’s bail ...

Gizo primary ...

March 09th, 2021
GIZO Primary School in Western Province has ...

Women urged to ...

March 09th, 2021
HONIARA City Clerk Rence Sore encourages rural ...

Biosecurity land ...

March 09th, 2021
A piece of land that housed the Ministry of ...

NO NEW COVID CASES

March 09th, 2021
• Central Field Hospital now empty • PM hopes it ...

SORE DISAPPOINTS PAC

March 08th, 2021
Hearing reveals that HCC Clerk acted on his own ...

BIG LOSS

March 08th, 2021
COVID affects tourism & aviation, holiday ...

 PM’s ...

March 07th, 2021
……. on Djokovic’s high court ruling The Office ...

Malaita Chief wants ...

March 07th, 2021
A concerned chief in Malaita has called on ...
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Mere’s market deferred

The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association or SIWIBA has announced that its proposed second Mere’s market had been deferred to a later date.

Women engaged to feed flood victims

FOR the past six days, women of United Church in Honiara were engaged to feed six of the evacuation centres in Honiara with simple nutritious meals.

Helping the Pacific fight against climate change

Ahead of the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders' Meeting next week in Majuro, Marshall Islands, Fiji-based European Commissioner for Climate Action, CONNIE HEDEGAARD, writes about her reason for attending the Forum.

Feeding the chooks to keep them quiet

SIR Bjelke-Petersen, one-time Premier of the Australian north-east State of Queensland, once referred to journalists as chooks.

Why I sacked Leni

THIS is my response to a number of articles you published over the past few days on matters regarding the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA.

Why I re-applied for the top police job

A response to discriminatory and defamatory statements against me

Teachers need to take the lead in quality education

Dr Patricia Rodie's address to teachers on World Teachers Day

Tomorrow is a girl

WHEN girls are not assured the same opportunities as boys, whether one speaks of the level of ones' education or which profession one would like to pursue, we as families, villages, societies and nations are short-changing ourselves.

Solomon Islands Post-RAMSI - Falling down in bits and pieces

HOW does one evaluate RAMSI?
I am not sure how, although there are various Reports, Consultancies and Surveys that have attempted to address this question.

Another hero has fallen but his legacy lives on

DR JOHN Roughan left us yesterday. 

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