Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

National (9785)

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  • Sep

The Western provincial executive took a sudden decision at the end of the midterm review of the Western Provincial Full Assembly meeting by appointing a new deputy premier.

  • 29
  • Sep

A THREE days workshop on Gender Based Violence (GBV) was successfully conducted in Malaita province last Thursday.

  • 29
  • Sep

Their joy was uncontained. It was written all over their faces. It was evident in the chiefly welcome they gave Axiom KB Chief Executive Officer Ryan Mount and his delegation from Honiara.

  • 29
  • Sep

Axiom KB has pledged to support the Kalaenga community school in Sepi Village in Isabel Province with a completion of a permanent classroom and a permanent chapel.

  • 29
  • Sep

Ten communities in Makira Ulawa province will benefit from a new Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) project including two schools and one health clinic.

  • 29
  • Sep

In order to fight against dengue fever in Solomon Island, the Government of the Republic of China(Taiwan) has worked in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Medical Service, Solomon Island to build up the first bio-safety level 2(BSL-2) laboratory equipped with high standard equipments at National Referral Hospital (NRH) in Honiara .

  • 28
  • Sep

Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has praised local tourism operators throughout the country who have sacrificed themselves without relying on governments’ funds to build their tourism businesses.

  • 28
  • Sep

The Taiwanese Mandarin stall set up during the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) open day last Thursday has attracted many youths and students.

  • 28
  • Sep

THE school of nursing at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) did not enroll any overseas students this year.

  • 28
  • Sep

Solomon Islands National University (SINU) Vice Chancellor Dr Glynn Galo has acknowledged students, staff and sponsors of the university’s open day program last week for their participations in hosting the program successfully.

  • 28
  • Sep

The main international wharf owned by the Solomon Island Ports Authority (SIPA) in Noro, Western province can accommodate cruise ships with length of 200 metre long says SIPA –Noro Manager Acting Cpt Christopher Sade.

  • 28
  • Sep

GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) has acknowledged Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) for its positive response to support the cruise ship tourism in the country.

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