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  • 03
  • Jun

The Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill 2014 ( MMAB2014) which the Solomon Islands Government ( SIG) passed on the 30th April 2014 is nothing more than a  rushed through parliament Bill  to make way for mining companies and foreign interests to extract the natural resources of this country and its citizens'.

  • 03
  • Jun

The Isabel house of chief appeals to all Isabel people to maintain their culture and traditional custom values.

  • 03
  • Jun

A lifeless body of a young man was found near the western end of Lunga bridge east of Honiara on Monday morning.

  • 03
  • Jun

The Isabel community residing in Honiara came out in numbers yesterday to celebrate the Isabel 30th second appointed day in style at the national art gallery.

  • 02
  • Jun

Unhappy Temotu premier asks Prime Minister about development plans

  • 02
  • Jun

The use of country’s patrol boat to confiscate the two ton beche-de-mer on Ontong Java on October last year has been questioned.

  • 02
  • Jun

Lenard Leni from Aligegeo provincial secondary school agriculture department has thanked Solomon Islands and New Zealand government for the provision of agricultural materials.

  • 02
  • Jun

National Provident Fund’s (NPF) house keepers were given a boost following completion of a four days housekeeping course offered by tourism training company, Solomon Host.

  • 02
  • Jun

Temotu provincial trade delegation led by Premier Fr Brown Beu will complete their trade dialogue and discussion trip with various government ministries today.

  • 02
  • Jun

Women participants at the transformational leadership and character education for peaceful co-existence ended their workshop with a mock demonstration about the election process on Friday.

  • 02
  • Jun

The five days transformational leadership and character education for peaceful co-existence training ended successfully on Friday.

  • 02
  • Jun

The Melanesian culture of reciprocity works well in an extended family or small community but it is much more difficult with a big group such as a constituency or nation.

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