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Nariekeara Peace Restoration programme successfull

12 families totalling 61 people including women and children abandoned their homes at Nariekeara village, West Areáre, Malaita Province in 2014 a day after the Provincial elections. Tensions between the two tribes have been an on-going situation within the community for years. It has been brewing until that fateful day when triggered by the election results where the victims have voted a different candidate, it finally climaxed and irrupted into physical assault, stoning of homes and destroying of property. Joseph Torikeni and his extended family ran for their lives under the cover of darkness to nearby Uhu village for...

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SOLOMON ISLANDS BE THE ‘SOLOMON CUP’ WINNER

The mighty Malaita Eagles will take on Central Shields tomorrow for the Solomon Islands prestigious Solomon Cup title. It has been a long and tedious journey over the past two weeks for both teams who have made their own ways and fought their own battles to reach the top and claim this final spot in the tournament. Commentators on both the mainstream and social media are saying the Eagles are the favorite to win the finals, but the Shield had come a long way and although they are the under-dogs in the finals, they are very capable to turn...

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PM Jointly Opens Destiny Global Church Resource Centre

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare has joined Pastor Ellison Bako from the Kingdom Harvest Church to open the ‘Destiny Global Resource Centre’ at Green Valley in Central Honiara. The Destiny Global Resource Centre is the name of the new church building of the Christian Outreach Church. The Kingdom Harvest Church and Christian Outreach Centre are members of the Solomon Islands Full Gospel Association. The church opening held last Saturday, July 8th, coincided with the first anniversary of the passing on of the wife of the Destiny Global Church Resource Centre, Pastor Robyns Mesepitu. Late Noelyn Mesepitu has tirelessly worked...

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Gov’t Signs Historic Partnership Framework With SICCI

The Solomon Islands Government and the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce (SICCI) today signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding, paving way for a strengthened partnership between the government and private sector under the newly introduced Public Private Partnership arrangement. The MOU was signed by the Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare, Minister of Commerce, Industries, Labour and Immigration, Hon Elijah Doromuala and SICCI Chair, Jay Bartlett, at a ceremony held at the Heritage Park Hotel in Honiara. In his opening address, Mr Bartlett described the signing of the MOU as a significant milestone that will formalise the partnership between the...

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PM Acknowledges Mr Hsu’s Contributions Through ROC Embassy

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare has acknowledged the outgoing First Secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Honiara, Mr Chin-Tsorng Hsu, for his invaluable contributions to the work of the embassy during his term in office. Mr Hsu who will be leaving Solomon Islands soon for his next posting after completing his three-year term of service. In his role as the First Secretary, Mr Hsu was in charge of the Taiwanese supporting projects administered by the embassy, including those related to rural development, medical services and public health, agriculture, education and vocational training and sustainable...

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