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Govt commits to improve roads

THE GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) is committed to ensure most of the feeder and connecting roads plus the drainage system within the Honiara city and the outskirts of the city are improved.

PNG to push for Indonesia to become an associate member of MSG

POST COURIER - The Papua New Guinea Government will push for Indonesia to become an associate member of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) to encourage greater participation of its 11 million West Papuans in cultural, trade and investment opportunities with their Melanesian wantoks.

Impressive performance

Hard work pays off with 10 medals

Womens Rugby 10s competition draws near

The proposed Womens rugby 10s competition which is scheduled to kick off this Thursday 14th May has been deferred for a week to give teams more preparation time.

National 15s Rugby team will train at Town Ground Rugby Stadium

The national rugby 15s team will continue with the preparation training at Town Ground Rugby Stadium.

Three sports confirmed for Paralympics team

The Solomon Islands Paralympics team will take part in three sports in the Pacific Games in July.

Bulk Shop Futsal league launched

An array of colour, smiles and laughter from the school kids that descended on to Lawson Tama made the beautiful Saturday morning brighter than usual.

The nation’s first NGO

THE acronym N.G.O. is now ubiquitous.

World must learn lessons of Cyclone Pam

Massive destruction wrought by Cyclone Pam is a reminder that we must work together to fight for island futures, writes SHIRLEY LABAN*

Review of Konggulai water source lease

Dear Editor – Review of Konggulai water source after every four years is long overdue since 1995.