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04-	The Prime Minister officially cutting the ribbon to open and hand over the Binaelu airport project.04- The Prime Minister officially cutting the ribbon to open and hand over the Binaelu airport project.

PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo on Sunday opened Binaelu Airport on Manoaba Island in North Malaita.

It is the first significant major infrastructure in the region.

Speaking during the occasion, the Prime Minister acknowledged the tribal groups of the island for allowing the Government to officially hand over the project to their people.

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Category: Development

 

His Excellency Satoshi Nakajima hands over the cheque to Choiseul Health Director, William TimbaHis Excellency Satoshi Nakajima hands over the cheque to Choiseul Health Director, William Timba

PROVINCIAL HEALTH Director for Choiseul Province, William Timba, has assured the Japanese Government that funds it provided for the construction of a rural health clinic will greatly benefit people there.

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Category: Development

 

Jack Waterford, Canberra Times Editor at largeJack Waterford, Canberra Times Editor at large

JOURNALISTS throughout Australian have made quite an impression throughout the period of their federal elections and have demonstrated challenge for their Pacific counterparts.

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Category: Development

 

Outgoing MAL PS, Frank WickhamOutgoing MAL PS, Frank Wickham

THE Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock has bid farewell to their outgoing Permanent Secretary Frank Wickham.

Mr Wickham was permanent secretary of the minister since early 2012, immediately after returning from a regional job with the Apia-based SPREP.

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Category: Development


The Conversations founder and Editor in Chief.The Conversations founder and Editor in Chief.

 

POPULAR on-line journalism group in Australia, The Conversation, says investing in journalism is vital for media.

The Conversation co-founder and editor Andrew Jaspen said until 2009 he used to edit the Melbourne Age, which is the main paper in Melbourne.

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