PARLIAMENT Wednesday passed the Family protection Bill 2014.
CIRCULATION of local pornographic materials is reportedly increasing in the country.
KOREAN International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has donated two vehicles to the Ministry of Forestry.
‘Strongim Mere’ project
THE objection and omission process got underway this week in Honiara for the voters’ list of Malaita Outer Island Constituency.
CHILD labour and trafficking is common in the Pacific Island countries but proper information on the issue was never passed on to people who need to know of such issue.
REPRESENTATIVES of government, non-government organisations, and the private sector are attending a workshop on child labour and trafficking, which will end today in Honiara.
The three days International Monetary Fund (IMF) supported business and economics training for media personnel around the region has concluded in Suva, yesterday.
THERE are many more newly established car wash locations being set up by youths in Honiara.
AUKI police in Malaita entered their fourth day of training yesterday in preparation of the upcoming national general elections.
Small Island Developing States(SIDS) have been told that there is no time to waste sitting back and wait but to focus and press forward to make their voices heard in addressing their issues in the UNSIDS conference next week.
THE Taiwanese national accused of trying to export millions of dollar worth of Tubi logs will enter his plea on September 10.
Gov't grilled on missing Beche-de-mer
Five charged over Karaina arson
Second suspect charged with murder
Church to conduct health forum