A stand-off between the Solomon Islands National University’s (SINU) executive with the lecturers association of SINU (LASINU) has delayed the resumption of the semester 2 classes.
More than 20 chairmen and secretaries of local clinics in North West Guadalcanal have successfully completed a two days training over the weekend.
A Solomon Islands academic has sounded a note of caution about moves to re-arm the local police force.
All eligible voters who have registered under their constituency in the provinces have been reminded to check their names.
About 80% of the country’s population living in the rural areas are in need of better health services.
QBE insurance international this week donated $43,000 to Solomon Islands Red Cross (SIRC) in Honiara.
The Honiara Magistrate has on Monday given an order for an accused to report a bribery case involving a traffic police officer to the police.
The installation of the palm oil mini-milling machine on Vangunu, Marovo lagoon, Western province is proposed to take place next month.
Retired seafarer and captain Elijah Mouku says the time to act on making sure all seafarers are qualified on basic safety certificate must be seriously considered.
Government-funded students studying at the Divine Word University (DWU) in Madang Papua New Guinea are questioning a reduction of their allowances for this second semester.
Solomon Islands pressure group, the Malaita Ma’asina Forum (MMF) has formed a political party which will be known as the people’s progressive party (PPP).
The general public has commended police for its job well done in ensuring law and order is uphold in our country.
Maoa Students now holds the world in hands
Teachers, students get t-shirts
Targeting Illegal Fishing
Conflicting parties reach agreement