Inside the National Gallery currently occupied with RAMSI's photo exhibition.
LOCAL artists claimed the national government lied to them about payments it promised for displaying their work during last year’s Festival of Pacific Arts in Honiara.
They also claimed the national government has neglected the National Art Gallery, which was built purposely for the use of local artists.
An International Yachter welcomed at Rodrick Bay
SITUATED on the silent coast along the Sandfly passage in Ngella, Central Province, Roderick Bay Hideaway has proven itself to be a potential travel destination for yachters, who love to see the true beauty of the Solomons.
Roderick Bay hideaway is a simple eco-friendly establishment that has been the mooring hub for yachters in USA, New Zealand and Australia since 2011 who have found quite the indescribable connection with the island way of life.
Guest from the Ministry of Tourism and Yachters hold on to a traditional walking stick as sign of respect
THE Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has assured hosts of the Roderick Bay yacht festival of its partnership in the 3rdannual event in 2014.
In a statement during the official opening of the 2nd yacht festival at Roderick Bay,Ngella last week, SIVB Marketing Manager Freda Unusi told international sailors and local organizers that this event will soon develop into something unexpected given the circumstances which the event has already gained.
S/V French Kis Mooring at Rodrick Bay
YACHTERS overseas have expressed great satisfaction and fascination at the diverse natural environment of Solomon Islands.
Expressing sailing as a lifestyle, yachters travelling to the Solomon Islands have anticipated much that is yet to know about the Solomon Islands.
Speaking to several yacht owners from America during the yacht festival at Rodrick Bay Hideaway in Gela, they said that Solomon Islands is one of the most beautiful places in the Pacific.
Rodrick Bay Operators posing in front of the hideaway's signboard.
Roderick Bay in Ngella, Central Province, has bigger development plans in store for future visitors.
Speaking to Sunday Isles this week The Hideaway operation Manager Christian Tinoni said the eco-tourism establishment is still new in the industry but has a promising future.
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