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.
THE Mataniko bailey bridge will open today for public use after constructors completed the temporary bridge yesterday.
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.
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.
THE Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism John Wasi has launched the National Archives Solomon Islands Records Management Handbook yesterday.
SAVE the Children in Solomon Islands says there's an outbreak of leprosy affecting 24 people living in displaced people's centres in Honiara.
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.
GOVERNMENT has lifted the immigration ban it imposed on Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) expatriate workers, allowing the first 10 to return last week.
THE Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) says it is functioning effectively and has rejected claims that ‘the country does not have an Electoral Commission’.
SOLOMON Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has challenged the country’s population to show pride in their nation by keeping the Solomon Islands clean.
TEMOTU premier Fr Brown Beu strongly calls on youths to refrain from drugs and stop acting like arrogant wild men in the province.
TEMOTU Province is proposing to establish an agriculture trade link with the Republic of Vanuatu.
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