Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

National (9783)

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  • May

INTERNATIONAL Prayer group IHPKC (International House of Prayer Kansas City) this week donated water tanks to Fa’arau community, Central Kwara’ae.

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  • May

YOUTHS and elders of Wind Valley, Kakabona, and White River, in west Honiara, are told to think wisely when they are in stressful situation.

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  • May

THE Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) has thanked its sponsors, supporters and stakeholders for helping to make Honiara’s celebration of World Press Freedom Day a big success.

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  • May

SOLOMON Island Museum (SIM) will celebrate its International day tomorrow at National Art Gallery ground.

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  • May

SIX women and six men representing seven non-governmental organisations, church and government departments in Choiseul Province met for three days from May 12th – 14th to discuss gender discrimination as a result of inequalities in their communities.

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  • May

THE people of Sigana ward in the Gao/Bugotu Constituency of Isabel Province have recently expressed satisfaction at the peaceful ending of the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR).

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  • May

WRITERS of the stories in Talemaot – Solomon stories of peace and Conflict – yesterday donated 100 copies of the book to the Curriculum Development Division.

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  • May

AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Tony Abbott has written to Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo expressing his condolences to the families of the victims of the recent flash floods in the country.

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  • May

THE Donations in Kind programme, run by Rotary International Australia, provides humanitarian aid through the provision of donated goods.

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  • May

PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo today met with visiting Greek prophet Vassula Ryden at the Office of the Prime Minister & Cabinet (OPMC) in Honiara.

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  • May

THE National Coalition for Rural Advancement (NCRA) dismisses claims the election of the Governor General has rocked the boat.

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  • May

The Government of Solomon Islands and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are partnering to improve corporate functions in the Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management & Meteorology, with the long term view of delivering effective and efficient services for a more resilient Solomon Islands.

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