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  • 26
  • May

The World’s biggest ship of its time the Titanic, was sent to the depths of the North Atlantic Ocean in April 1912 after it struck an ice-berg beneath the water surface.

  • 26
  • May

Welcome to our continuing discussion on this important subject of “Worship.” In the past few weeks we looked at why worship is important and the various aspects we need to know to enrich our worship of God. This week we will look at another important aspect of worship and that is “Service – Its Proper place.” This brings an end to our discussion on this subject.

  • 20
  • May

Following a minor reshuffle in the Cabinet line-up, MP Samson Maneka will be sworn in this Monday morning as the new Minister for National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace.

  • 20
  • May

For many in the Solomon Islands and more so in the rural areas, cash is a very modern instrument.

  • 13
  • May

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

  • 12
  • May

In a nation state, a ‘Functional Society’ has to build symmetrical relationships of cooperation between ‘change agents’. In this regard, in every aspect different organs in the society are equal players, and so the need to break with the relationships of subordination.

  • 18
  • Apr

I DECIDED to write again on the above topic because I think women of Solomon Islands have been unfairly treated time and again by those who make decisions at the workplace.

  • 18
  • Apr

IN a brief response to MPA Vasuni’s article in the paper dated 15th April 2015 for a call to revoke the appointments of four non-executive members of the Central Provincial Assembly.

  • 17
  • Apr

THE Attorney General Chamber is recommending cancellation of mining licenses on Rennell Island.

  • 17
  • Apr

THE recent devastation caused by Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu was another reminder of the vulnerability of the Pacific region to natural disasters.

  • 16
  • Apr

AS many have decided, there is great need for certain units of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) to be rearmed as warranted by the nature of their duty following the recent ethnic tensions we had here.

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