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Audit Visena school financial accounts

Dear Editor - I wish to complement a news item broadcasted over SIBC on 9th May 2009 which carried a concern of a parent from Isabel with reference to Visena School.

Church to consult with partner agencies

THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) is planning to hold a round-table conference with its national and international agency partners in Honiara in early June.

UN Women launches Markets for Change

VENDORS at two key marketplaces in Solomon Islands are set to benefit from a new UN Women project that will inject more than SBD$20 million into making markets safe working environments that promote women’s empowerment through improved market governance, physical infrastructure, and onsite services.

Noro Safe House for victims of violence

A SAFE House has been established at Noro, Western Province, to look after women victims of domestic and sexual violence.

New eco-lodge opens on Rendova

SOLOMON Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) chief executive officer Josefa ‘Jo’ Tuamoto has described the newly opened Tituru Eco Lodge in Rendova, Western Province, as providing a perfect example of how tourism plant in the Solomon Islands needs to be developed into the future.

Port Vila mayor visits MSG

THE major of the Port Vila Municipality (PVMC), Ulrich Sumptoh, his deputy Leimara Maraki, councillors of the PVMC, the town clerk, his deputy and heads of departments made an inaugural visit to the Director General and Staff of the MSG Secretariat Wednesday in Port Vila.

RAMSI clarifies report

Following Thursday’s front page article in the Island Sun newspaper carrying the headline:  Police Housing Scheme in Disarray by freelance journalist George the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) has clarified the report.

Youth acknowledges trauma &stress training

Youths attending a week-long trauma and stress training at Catholic Church in Tanagai West Honiara have acknowledged the training.

Training for constituency holders

The ministry of rural development (MRD) has facilitated a three day training workshop for small Malaita constituency stakeholders.

OESI: Road show, the most effective marketing strategy

ORIGIN Energy Solomon Islands (OESI) says that the road show, currently organized to promote company merchandise in Auki this week, is the most effective form of marketing to be used.