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  • 27
  • Mar

Welcome to our final session of discussion on the topic “Salvation. As we are just two days aware from Easter, where we reflect on the crucifixion, burial and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, it is important to remind ourselves of the significance of this event for our personal salvation.

  • 11
  • Mar

This is the speech delivered by Casper Fa'asala, the Acting General Secretary of the National Council of Women to mark International Women's Day.

  • 11
  • Mar

IN almost 40 years of political independence, our collective and personal experience shows that a combination of naturally selfish human nature, easy access to unearned money, donors offering weakly administered external aid and the absence of any home-grown behavioral rules, definitely does not make for effective democratic government.

  • 11
  • Mar

THE Prime Minister’s MSG apology was in order, appropriate and necessary to atone the follies committed by the former MSG Chair (current DPM) . 

  • 03
  • Mar

THE development of a nation is measured not so much by its infrastructures alone but also by the development of its legislation (laws) and subsequent enforcement.

  • 04
  • Mar

INTERNATIONAL Women’s Day is next week, on 8 March.

  • 01
  • Mar

 

 

THE filing for Bankruptcy by Enron the darling of Wall Street in 2001 with USD63.4 billion in assets was one of the largest corporate bankruptcies in US history. 

  • 01
  • Mar

DIARRHOEA is a common illness for more than a third of people in Honiara, the coastal capital of Solomon Islands, where informal settlements with poor sanitation and water dominate.

  • 01
  • Mar

I SWEAR it wasn’t my fault. But, it didn’t matter. Everybody was convinced it was my fault.

  • 23
  • Jan

Welcome to the ‘Thought for the Week’ column as we venture into this New Year, 2018. Last week, we read and hear from all media outlets of a leader of a cult movement who made a prophecy to his followers and not fulfilled. The leader of this so-called movement and others similar movements used the name of religion to promise great wealth and prosperity to their followers.  The movement is founded on a cargo cult mentality. It is a mindset far from the biblical teachings of Christianity, yet so appealing to many people today.

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