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Provincial Gov’t urge to support sport

Malaita Tennis Association (MTA) has called on its provincial government to include sport in its development plan.

Tourists browse streets in first boat landing

THE first tourist boat to visit the country landed yesterday at Point Cruz.

Airlines await official report from delegation

SOLOMON Airlines is still to confirm its timing to resume flights to Nadi, Fiji, following the lifting of the ban on Monday.

Revolutionary agenda to improve sexual health of people in Pacific

Suva, SPC – With concern over high rates of teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), a collaborative effort is getting under way to implement an ambitious sexual health agenda for the Pacific.

HOH plans to roll out to other provinces

HEARTS Of Hope director, Janet Aihari has made a plea to women in the rural community to support the organisation’s work.

Year starts with successful fundraiser

A TWO-DAY fundraising drive organized by Hearts of Hopes (HOH) at Bina, West Kwaio was described as successful.

US firm teams up with PNA

THE NATIONAL/UNDERCURRENT NEWS -  A United States based tuna vessel management company has partnered with Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA), to supply tuna that meets Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standards.

Yes, it would be too early!

THE opposition leader Jeremiah Manele has said the right thing yesterday that a motion of no confidence in the DCC government would be too early.

Church Care Centre receives help

The Anglican Church of Melanesia run Care Centre on the eastern outskirts of Honiara has received more than 600-Australian dollars to help it to continue running its services for displaced mothers and children.

Dala women elects new executive

The Women of Dala Parish Zone 3, from the villages of Dala South, Mana'ara and Susulangi has a new Women's Executive Committee.