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Securing the common border

LACK of police, immigration, and quarantine presence at the Solomon Islands-Papua New Guinea common border is a long-standing issue.

The mining sector has the potential to deliver positive development to Solomon Islands’ economy and improve the lives of people, says the World Bank.

THE recent tour of the US based Christafari band was dubbed as a success and the organizers wish to thank the sponsors and the general public for their contribution.

Victory Praise set to launch new DVD

A LOCAL religious band, Victory Praise will be launching their new and first ever DVD album entitled ‘Empower’ in Honiara and Auki, Malaita province this month.

Is SIPA undercutting Solomon businesses?

            There are increasing reports that the Solomon Islands Port Authority is setting up new businesses. Some of this information comes from SIPA itself. The CEO of SIPA has stated that SIPA intends to run businesses on ‘land, sea and air’.

S/Ngella closes Mothers’ Union program

MEMBERS of the Mothers Union from Gaeta and Hongo districts in the southern part of Small Ngella, Central Islands province have formally closed their programs for this year.

The Family

Welcome to our new topic of discussion for the next couple of weeks. The Apostle Paul wrote to the Christians in Ephesus and said these words, “The whole family in heaven and earth” (Ephesians 3:15).

New Kiribati Campus opens today

The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) new Kiribati Campus construction has been completed and will be officially opened by the President of Kiribati, His Excellency Mr Anote Tong today.

Govt commits to women’s advancement

THE Solomon Islands Government attaches strong commitment to the advancement of women and youth in the country says the Permanent secretary of Women and Youth, Ethel Sigimanu.

Boxing bouts set for this evening

THE Honiara Amateur Boxing Association (HABA) round two bouts has been set for this evening at the Multipurpose Hall.

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