PM challenges people to take the country forward RAMSI officially leaves the country today. And the onus to lead this nation is now in our hands of the citizens of this country, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare stated on Thursday. “We…

By Len Garae, Danuaty Daily Post A farmer from Lolovoli on South Ambae impressed both kava drinkers and dealers with his trunk of melomelo 15 years old. The kava arrived at Saratamata for display during the Yam Festival last week.…

June 29, 2017, BY TONY SII, PNG Post Courier POLLING in the National Capital District will go ahead tomorrow after the sidelining of two election officials implicated in election-related fraud. Electoral Commissioner Patilias Gamato said yesterday he has appointed new officers…

By Len Garae, Daily Post Director of Agriculture, Antoine Ravo, says it is a wrong mentality to imagine that a yam festival is about planting the longest or biggest yam. Instead he says it is an event to celebrate the…

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the significant achievements made by the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands reflect the importance of Pacific diplomacy, solidarity and cooperation. The Prime Minister made the remarks when the motion for Parliament to resolve itself…

Published: 26 June 2017, Solomon Star News  Christians in the country see the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) as a divine intervention to the country’s call for help. Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare highlighted this his speech at…

Update: 2:02PM STUDENTS have been reminded to respect their parents. At Saint Mary’s Anglican Primary School in Labasa, students performed drama and dances to end the week-long campaign against drugs. The students performed a drama that depicted a teenager’s rebellious…

Repeka Nasiko, Thursday, June 29, 2017, Fiji Times Online PRIME Minister and iTaukei Affairs Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has hit out against former and current politicians who politicised native land ownership. While speaking to landowners in Sigatoka and Lautoka yesterday, he said…

Vanuatu Daily Post – By Godwin Ligo At 3.45pm yesterday when the Daily Post called at the Electoral Office, male applicants, including two females, were queuing up filling their applications for the position of the new President for the Republic of…