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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

US offer of police training welcomed

By EDDIE OSIFELO Solomon Islanders have welcomed the...

SINPF approves new investments

BY NED GAGAHE The SINPF Board has approved...

GOVERNMENT PAYS LSL $20M

Remaining balance to be settled November By EDDIE...

Churches say no to extension of parliament

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BY IRWIN ANGIKI Churches have come out voicing their opposition to government’s proposal to extend the life of parliament from four to five years. The Solomon Islands Christian Association (SICA) warns that this proposal shows government’s...

St Joseph Tenaru’s feat

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ONE of the country’s leading secondary education institutions, St Joseph Tenaru, on Saturday received a special book which was launched to mark the school’s 75th anniversary. The book, titled ‘Sacrifice and Leadership’, documents commentaries and...

SOSA gives back $645,000 to Selwyn College

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Selwyn Old Scholars Association (SOSA) and students have raised $645,000 through its fundraising activities coincide with the 50th Golden Jubilee celebration of their school. As part of celebrating the 50th Golden Jubilee the school body...

Churches talk out on secret bilateral MOUs

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BY IRWIN ANGIKI Churches have cautioned government on signing secret agreements with the country’s bilateral partners. Transparency and public consultations must accompany any “international MOUs and MOAs with the Solomon Islands”, SICA (Solomon Islands Christian Association)...

Christians Must Be Peace Makers and Peace Builders

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CHRISTIANS should be peace makers and peace builders instead of involving in violence and stealing. His Grace Archbishop Christopher Cardone OP Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese in Honiara shared this during his welcome home Eucharistic Mass...

Tenakoga raises $124,726 in effort to rebuild classrooms.

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Tenakoga Adventist College (TAC) has raised $124, 726.80 during its gospel concert which was staged at the Maranatha Hall in Lunga, east Honiara, on Sunday. About 15 supporting singing groups took part during the concert...

Arrival of Christianity on Ulawa, important in overall history of ACOM

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BY BARNABAS MANEBONA THE significance of Ulawa Island’s Anglican Church history is noted towards its contributions to the life and work of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) in the past and to today. It is...

Churches assist Chinese families

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LOCAL faith-based organizations have teamed up to assist Chinese families affected by the recent unrest in Honiara. In a statement this week, The Church Agencies Network for Disaster Operations (CANDO) comprising of the Solomon Islands...

Inmates celebrate Christ’s victory

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As part of the Christian tradition, Rove Central Correctional Centre inmates joined the global family to commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ last Sunday. The event was held at St. Paul’s Chapel at...

ACOM Head calls for calm

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The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM), the Most Revd Leonard Dawea, is calling on all members of the ACOM in Honiara and throughout the country to refrain from participating in illegal...