Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

National (9473)

  • 25
  • Aug

PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Government is making progress to address issues of political instability to higher cost of running businesses especially electricity prices.

  • 25
  • Aug

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Australian-operated Gold Ridge mine remains viable despite recent security concerns and mass layoffs.

  • 25
  • Aug

For the past six years, Solomon Islands Tobacco Company (SITCO) has been a dedicated supporter of the   “SEB Youth Training program”. 

  • 25
  • Aug

The Honiara Youth Forum on Youth and Mental Health led by HYC at multipurpose hall on Wednesday last week to discussed mental health issues have ended successfully in coming up with a youth voice statement for mental Health Matters in Honiara.

  • 25
  • Aug

The United Democratic Party for Social Reform and Economic Advancement (UDP) yesterday paid a courtesy call on the newly elected Paramount Chief of Burns Creek, Chief Peter Usi to congratulate and show support for his leadership.

  • 25
  • Aug

Tourism Training business Solomon Host completed a supervisory level training in Service Management for SP Oil supervisors last Friday.

  • 25
  • Aug

AN Australian underwater professional living in the Western Province urges the United States to help open airspace between Munda airport and Tokyo, Japan.

  • 25
  • Aug

The impacts of climate change and disasters on human mobility in the Pacific have presented a lot of challenges to islanders.

  • 25
  • Aug

THE Prime Minister's announcement on Friday that negotiations for the possible transfer of ownership of the gold ridge mine on Central Guadalcanal is underway is indeed welcoming news according Chairman of the Gold Ridge Community and Landowners Council.

  • 25
  • Aug

IT started on Friday and ended yesterday with a thanksgiving Eucharist.

  • 24
  • Aug

Solomon Water on Saturday reconnected water to state-owned King George Sixth School more than a month after it cut the school off its supplies.

  • 24
  • Aug

A man who returned $12,000 cash that was mistakenly handed to him by a bank has received high praises from the police.