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SINU sets to introduce Bachelor studies in agriculture

SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) will offer degree studies in tropical agriculture starting next year.

New security treaty signed

AUSTRALIA and Solomon Islands have signed a new security treaty – one the Solomons’ prime minister hopes will “collect dust” and never be used.

PREMIER of  Rennell Bellona Collin Tesuatai during opening of a three-day round table meeting  to address the East Rennell world heritage conservation site on Wednesday highlighted certain factors that hinder  the conservation efforts there since it started in 1998.

Automatic Hydrometric Weather station in Tingoa

An Automatic hydrometric weather station was installed in Tingoa, West Rennell, UNDP officer in Rennell-Bellona Province confirmed to the Solomon Star.

USP to open new $1.3m Nadi Tourism & Hospitality Centre

The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Pacific Technical and Further Education (Pacific TAFE) will open its Tourism & Hospitality Centre in Namaka, Nadi tomorrow - 18 August 2017. This new facility is an investment of FJ$1.3million.


Axed minister speaks out

The Government will continue to work with its development partners; private sector investors and other interested parties to continue provide necessary support towards East Rennell World Heritage Site development agenda said Minister of Environment and Conservation Samuel Manetoali.

Good Shepherd parish Catholic Mothers celebrates

In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Catholic Mothers of Good Shepherd parish North Easter of Guadalcanal arose to the call for a procession with the image of the Blessed Mother Mary.       

RSIPF officially welcomes new Minister of Police

RSIPF today officially welcomed the new Minister of Police, National Security and Correctional Services Hon. Moses Garu with a parade at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara.

Catholic Mothers celebrated Assumption of Mary Feast

Catholic Mothers within the Archdiocese of Honiara and elsewhere in the Gizo and Auki Dioceses fell on their knees in honor of the Assumption of Mary.

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