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First Post-Graduate certificate program at SINU

The country’s National University on Monday witnessed another milestone through the launching of its newly established Post-Graduate Certificate in Health Leadership and Management program.

Undersea cable survey set

The first initial route survey for the proposed Coral Sea Cable System in the country will be conducted between 8th October to 4th December 2018.

Youths with ‘big hearts’ pay tribute to a fallen youth

Holding flowers, writing condolence messages and coloring the words “RIP ELLEN” while waiting for their friends, are a group of youths with big hearts preparing to pay their tribute at a site where a 15-year-old girl was killed by a drunk driver over the weekend.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Bound over sentence for trespassers
* Fined for wounding incident
* Man guilty of assault

MP on ‘Ordinary Resident’ term

A MEMBER of Parliament (MP) has blamed the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) for re-defining the term ‘Ordinary Resident’ in the new Electoral Act, which makes it too broad to enable cross-border registration.

Wale: Inadequate gov’t policy on extractive industries

Government policy on the extractive industries continues to be inadequate.


Police can listen to mobile conversation

At the helm of the Lagoon Festival

When the annual Roviana Lagoon Festival gets off next month, one man who will be at the forefront of the event is 33-year-old Solomon Soakai.


A TEAM of local photographers in Honiara over the weekend went on a shooting spree with their digital cameras to raise much needed funds to a young seek medical attention abroad.

Leak septic tank disturbs students

STUDENTS studying at the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Honiara have voiced out their complaints on the continuous bad smell coming out from a leak septic tank at the Lawson Tama campus.

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