PM LILO ON AUSSIE'S DEVELOPMENT APPROACH
18:02hrs 25 May 2013
Prime Minister, Gordon Darcy Lilo, says Australia needs to take a more consensus-based approach to the Pacific region, focusing on real development needs.
MSG EPG COMPLETES ITS HONIARA LEG MEETING
17:57hrs 25 May 2013
The Melanesian Spearhead Eminent Persons Group, EPG, has this week completed it's Honiara leg of the sub-regional consultation.
SIGOTO THANKED WHO FOR ASSISTANCE
17:54hrs 25 May 2013
The Minister of Health and Medical Services, Hon Charles Sigoto has thanked the World Health Organization, WHO, for its assistance to Solomon Islands during the aftermath of the Tsunami in Temotu province and dengue fever outbreak in the country early this year.
LOG, PALM OIL, COCOA AND MINERALS INCREASE
17:52hrs 25 May 2013
Production of logs, palm oil, cocoa and minerals have shown a significant increase during the month of April despite decline in fish catch and copra production recording similar levels in the previous month.
MAEABA SAYS POLICE RAID DISTURBS PEACE EFFORTS
17:50hrs 25 May 2013
The Deputy Premier of Malaita Province Alick Maeaba has described the police raid at Fauabu village Monday this week as "a slap on the face of the fragile peace" in the province.
MMF CALLS ON FORAU TO CLARIFY PAYMENTS
17:46hrs 25 May 2013
The Malaita Ma'asina Forum -MMF has called on the Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade Clay Forau Soalaoi to tell the Lord Howe people where he puts their beche-de-mer payment for last year.
BUS DRIVERS SHOULD FOLLOW TRAFFIC RULES: PS
17:38hrs 25 May 2013
The Police and Justice Permanent Secretary says bus drivers should adhere to traffic rules and consider the safety of their passengers and the right of other road users.
PM LILO MET BILATERALLY WITH CLINTON FOUNDATION
16:27hrs 25 May 2013
Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo yesterday held a bilateral meeting with the senior officials of the Clinton Foundation who offered to help the Government develop the geo-thermal project on Savo Islands, Central Province.
HOU PRAISED FMSC ON RAMSI
16:23hrs 25 May 2013
The Acting Prime Minister Rick Houenipwela has praised the Forum Ministerial Standing Committee on RAMSI saying the unique regional partnership has a lot to offer in terms of regional cooperation.
POLICE RAID HOSPITALISED YEAR OLD CHILD
16:17hrs 25 May 2013
The police raid which took the Fauabu villagers in Central Kwara'ae by surprise early Monday morning has hospitalised a one year old child.
OVER 4 MILLION TO FUND REMAINING RAMSI WORK
16:15hrs 25 May 2013
A total of 4 hundred and 99 Million Solomon Island's Dollars has been allocated to fund RAMSI's remaining activities in the Solomon Islands.
PARENTS CONCERNED OVER EDUCATION PROGRAM
16:10hrs 25 May 2013
School parents in the Shortland Islands have raised concerns over the absence of the Western Provincial Education programme usually broadcasted over the national broadcaster.
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT NEEDS CHANGE: LAXTON
16:07hrs 25 May 2013
President of the Institute of Solomon Island Accountants, Mr. Baoro Laxton Koraua has said the current business environment in Solomon Islands needs to be replaced.
ROKOTANIKENI COMMISSIONED SOLAR PROJECT
16:04hrs 25 May 2013
The Rokotanikeni Women's Association on Thursday held a Commissioning ceremony at Kiu Village, West Are'Are to commemorate more than 200 installation of solar-home systems in the area.
FARMERS ON LOOK AND LEARN TRIP FOR PRODUCTS
16:01hrs 25 May 2013
Farmers from Makira-Ulawa Province have taken a look and learn trip to Honiara in search for an international market for their local products.
19:59hrs 23 May 2013
Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo has told an international conference in Sydney, Australia today that mining must be integrated with other sectors in order to create linkages and add value to those who are part of the value chain.
RAMSI RAID: COMMUNITIES FLED.
19:57hrs 23 May 2013
A man from Fauabu village, Central Kwara'ae in Malaita has raised concerns over a raiding incident which startled the villagers of Fauabu on the early hours of Monday morning.
COPPEL RESPOND TO RAID WORRY
19:56hrs 23 May 2013
RAMSI Special Coordinator Nicholas Coppel said police did not discharge firearms during Monday’s operation as claimed by Mr Umata.
DENGUE CASES SOAR
19:54hrs 23 May 2013
The Ministry of Health and Medical Services say that the number of reported dengue fever cases now stands at 5-thousand 254 cases.
DAU REPLIES SIMAO ON XU
19:52hrs 23 May 2013
The Malaita Ma'asina Forum -MMF has described attempts by police to clarify the decision to release a Chinese businessman from custody over the weekend as "full of misinformation and cover ups".
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