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BRISBANE,  (SMH) - A tropical depression over the Solomon Islands is being watched closely by meteorologists and climate experts alike in case the deep low pressure system forms into a second rare early season cyclone for the region.

‘Pure chocolate’ taste lauded

Participants at the first ever chocolate making training in the country have acknowledged the ‘pure chocolate’ taste produced during the training.

New Bmobile/Vodafone tower in Ranadi

AS part of Bmobile/Vodafone expansion in the country a new tower is set to go on air tomorrow within the Ranadi area, east of Honiara.

CSSI moves to eliminate violence against women, girls

The International campaign for Orange Day, 25th July 2015 with the theme ‘Youth in action – Orange our future: the Sustainable Development Goals and a future free from violence against women and girls’ this is the second event marked by the Correctional Service of Solomon Islands (CSSI) in Correctional facility at Rove Central Correctional Centre (RCCC) with an awareness program for (RCCC) Juvenile inmates (young offenders) age group of 13 yrs to 18 yrs who have conflict with the justice system, staff and CSSI Headquarter staff.

NCMM successfully visits Vanuatu

A total of 115 members of the Niuleni Community Music Ministry (NCMM) (a singing ministry) and some volunteers recently returned from a Cyclone Pam Rehabilitation mission project undertaken on the Island of Pele, Vanuatu. 

‘The Voice’ star is here

ELLY OH, the visiting star contestant of ‘The Voice Australia 2014’ is now in the country ahead of her show tonight.

Reviewed agreement delays flights to Gwaunaru’u

GWAUNARU’U airport near Auki has been declared re-opened by Aviation but the delay rests with Solomon Airlines and the National Government according to Malaita’s provincial minister for lands administration reform and survey.

Local woman describes Mount Isa explosion

ABC: A LOCAL woman who lives across from the site of Mount Isa's fatal caravan explosion in Queensland, Australia has described the moment she fled the scene with her two-year-old twins in her arms.

Mere Market opens

THE famous Mere’s Market has been officially opened, Wednesday at the National Art Gallery.

Farmers trained on chocolate production

A HISTORIC training on how to produce chocolate from locally grown cocoa beans is currently underway in Honiara.