Catechists applauded

WORKING with people is very interesting but challenging, but with togetherness and God on our side we shall overcome those challenges very easily. This was highlighted by the Head catechist William Tomeuka of Roman Catholic in northwest Guadalcanal during the New Year celebration. Mr Tomeuka was looking after 26 Catholic catechists in 13 communities in…

Hope

When we lose hope, all we can see is what’s gone wrong and the disappointments in our lives.  As we begin our journey into 2016, we need to discover the essence of hope to overcome the disappointments of 2015. Hope in God is the only kind that will work. It guides us in our destiny…

Air Vanuatu is safe: CAAV

PORT VILA, (VANUATU POST) – Airline regulator of Vanuatu, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vanuatu (CAAV) says the national carrier, Air Vanuatu planes are safe to operate because the airline has complied with requirements of the civil aviation authority. The director of CAAV, Joseph Niel says this does not mean that Air Vanuatu has complied…

Home engulfed in flames

A FAMILY remain homeless after their home was burnt down on Monday morning. The family from Ambu village, near Auki, Malaita province escaped unhurt while they lost all their belongings in the fire. Provincial Police Commander in Auki, Alfred Uiga said, the permanent home went up in flames giving the family no time to save…

Support hailed

The management of national U12 and 14 futsal teams have praised the support rendered by the Prime Ministers Office (PMO) which enabled the youngsters to participate in the Australian State Championships. The boys jetted out of the country on Friday ahead of the competition which sets to kick off today. In a statement, the management…

Authorities to probe tragedy

Marine authorities will hold a de-briefing into the tragic death of three men whose bodies were washed ashore on the coast of west Are’are, Malaita, on New Year’s Eve. Director of Solomon Islands Maritime Safety Administration (SIMSA) Tim Harris said the debriefing will be held tomorrow in light of complaints from relatives on how the…

Homes blown to the ground

SIX semi-permanent homes were blown to the ground at Faumamanu area in east Kwara’ae, Malaita province on Tuesday. Alpha Alasina from the area told the paper via mobile phone that most of those houses were semi-permanent ones. He said, this was due to strong wind and heavy rain being experienced in the country since Monday.…