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Sick, disable man puts needs of children first

Dear Editor - Sick, disabled, unemployed and with six young children to raise alone following the death of his wife, it took courage for Nelson Mwaki from Small Malaita to have his plea for help featured on the front page of your newspaper last week.

Eco lodge in Rendova is an untouched island paradise

SOMEWHERE in the Solomon Islands lies a place that remains unscathed by time – or tourists.

Biggest ever Australian travel promotion wraps up

Wrapping up the biggest ever Solomon Islands promotional campaign in Australia, Solomon Airlines and the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau have hailed the week-long travel industry road show industry update series in Queensland and NSW a major success.

Grand feast day celebration in Buma Catholic Church

Veni Santo Spiritus was celebrated in style by the Holy Spirit Parish at Buma Catholic Church last Sunday.

Festival of Pacific Arts 2016: One-year countdown begins

The Festival of Pacific Arts Coordinating Committee, along with Governor Eddie Baza Calvo, FestPac Coordinating Committee Honorary Chairwoman First Lady Christine Calvo, the Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB), the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities (CAHA) and the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) has announced that on Friday marks exactly one year until the 12th Festival of Pacific Arts (FestPac) officially begins.

Sharzy to perform in DWU

LOCAL talented musician known as Sharzy will perform at the Solomon Islands Student Association (SISA) night at the Divine Word University (DWU) campus in Madang this coming Saturday - 30th May.

Japan announces new funding boost for region

Japan over the weekend announced a new US$450 million (SBD$3.5 billion) funding package for the Pacific region for the next three years.

Stages of Change theatre group heads to Fiji

A group of Solomon Islands actors will take their message about peaceful homes to other parts of Melanesia this weekend.

Keava region youth leaders ready to deal with youths

YOUTH leaders in the Keava region, Anglican Diocese of Malaita have successfully completed three-day training on mind-management.

Two matches set for CC Rugby 15s

The Credit Cooperation Rugby 15s Competition continues today with two great matches scheduled for both the senior and junior categories.