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  • Jun

REGIONAL journalists undertaking the business and economics report training in Apia, Samoa, spent yesterday ay looking at how to write simple reports on national budget in their respective countries.

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  • Jun

THE Mataniko bailey bridge will open today for public use after constructors completed the temporary bridge yesterday.

  • 12
  • Jun

THIS year’s International Archives day theme unfolds the very existence of an archive to national development and the role we play as public servants.

  • 12
  • Jun

A MAN who evaded police on several occasions after he fraudulently obtained money from several foreigners has been arrested at his home village last weekend.

  • 12
  • Jun

THE Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism John Wasi has launched the National Archives Solomon Islands Records Management Handbook yesterday.

  • 12
  • Jun

SAVE the Children in Solomon Islands says there's an outbreak of leprosy affecting 24 people living in displaced people's centres in Honiara.

  • 12
  • Jun

AUSTRALIA’S Minister for Justice Michael Keenan has praised the enduring support of RAMSI and Australia to the Solomon Islands’ Law and Justice sector over the past 10 years.

  • 12
  • Jun

GOVERNMENT has lifted the immigration ban it imposed on Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) expatriate workers, allowing the first 10 to return last week.

  • 12
  • Jun

THE Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) says it is functioning effectively and has rejected claims that ‘the country does not have an Electoral Commission’.

  • 12
  • Jun

SOLOMON Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has challenged the country’s population to show pride in their nation by keeping the Solomon Islands clean.

  • 12
  • Jun

TEMOTU premier Fr Brown Beu strongly calls on youths to refrain from drugs and stop acting like arrogant wild men in the province.

  • 12
  • Jun

TEMOTU Province is proposing to establish an agriculture trade link with the Republic of Vanuatu.

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