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  • 27
  • Jul

Solomon Islander DR TRANSFORM AQORAU officially leaves Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) this Sunday where he was chief executive officer (CEO) for the last five years. Below was his farewell statement made at the 11th Annual PNA Ministerial meeting on Kiritimati Island, Kiribati, Tuesday this week:

  • 27
  • Jul

I WONDER if the Honiara City Council still exists and functioning!

  • 27
  • Jul

THIS press release commentary is made to clarify to the readers of this paper and especially the clergies and people in the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Temotu on the matter queried by Elliot Dawea as “Archbishop Takeli’s unfulfilled promises” presented in the  Island Sun paper no.2346 on Wednesday 21st July 2016.

  • 26
  • Jul

WELCOME to our final discussion on this topic which we have looked at over the past few weeks.

  • 25
  • Jul

It is a widely accepted fact that ANY addiction is not a healthy state of being.

  • 19
  • Jul

Media writers have side tracked the focus of my intention towards National Healing, even so I still maintain my belief that these TRUTHS which my questions seek to know are permanent elements for true and lasting reconciliations.

  • 18
  • Jul

In my presentation last week, we began to look at examples from the Bible on the benefits of growing through adversity. This week, we will continue to look at some more examples from the Bible to affirm to us the benefits of growing through adversity. We often resist God’s work in our lives. We shrink from the rod of God’s discipline instead of seeking to profit from it. We are more desirous of relief from adversity than we are of its benefits.

  • 18
  • Jul

It is scary reading the Leader of Independent Group claims and for now accusations against the Prime Minister. So what is next?

  • 16
  • Jul

With the introduction of new fiscal year (1 August - 31 July) for Fiji, we have completed an early round of three budgets presented to and passed by parliaments in Fiji, Samoa and Tonga for their respective fiscal years (1 June - 31 May) and (1 July - 30 June). Three other major Pacific island countries (PNG, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu) will present their 2017 budgets later for their fiscal years (January to December).

  • 15
  • Jul

On 17th June 2016 Transparency Solomon Islands published an article titled “Anti-Corruption Commission may investigate allegations of corruption” and last week an article on the need for the establishment of Independent Commission Against Corruption being greater now than ever before with available information on approved recipients of the shipping grant 2016.

  • 14
  • Jul

BRUSSELS, (THE JAKARTA POST) - Deception and lies have been commonly practiced to promote political interests by bad politicians.

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