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Makira prepares for big day

Makira/Ulawa province is preparing for their second appointed day set to be held on Monday.

No more reports of meningococcal disease

People from Nhoge village and the nearby villages are still cautious about the outbreak disease that killed three children last month in Makira province.

Corporate sector ‘STEPS UP’ to support tourism forum

Solomon Islands Director of Tourism and chairman of the Our Telekom National Tourism Forum planning committee, Barney Sivoro has expressed his delight and appreciation for the huge support and backing received for the 29 August event to date.

Suspect on the run arrested

Kirakira, Makira/Ulawa police over the weekend arrested a suspect who has been on the run.

Water shortage hits Kira Kira

As the water problem continues to take its toll, residents of Kirakira have resorted to using wells and streams to fetch water for cooking, drinking and swimming.
Kirakira’s water shortage was attributed to the current dry weather.

Choiseul implements ridge to reef conservation

Ecological Solutions, Solomon Islands (ESSI) a local organization is currently working with customary landowners of Mount Maetambe to Kolobangara River, Lauru Land Conference and Tribal Communities (LLCTC) and Choiseul province to implement the ridges to reefs (R2R) conservation plan for Choiseul province medium development plan for 2012-2014.

Forum opens with ‘ocean’ as its theme

THE 45th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting opened in Palau, Tuesday, with President Tommy Remengesau underscoring the importance of the ocean, the theme of this year’s meeting.

Pacific leaders gathered in Palau for the Pacific Islands Forum will be presented with a new report that assesses one of the region’s key initiatives – the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI).

Rise up to the challenge, Renbel told

Acting Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga has encouraged the people of Rennell and Bellona province (Renbel) to rise up to challenges that hindered development ambitions on the two beautiful islands.

Villagers live in fear of volcano

The submarine volcano known as Kavachi, located near Vangunu in the World Heritage listed Marovo lagoon, Western province has reportedly caused fear to people in the Marovo Lagoon.

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