“Be faithful witness”

“Be faithful witness, by loving God and loving your neighbour,” Archbishop Adrian Smith sm, strongly emphasised this during the Confirmation Eucharistic Celebration in the Holy Family parish – Kukum. Forty two candidates were confirmed by his Grace on the 15th November, 2015. The entrance procession was led by the dancing group from Burn’s Creek Catholic…

PM’s leadership & support to UNDP lauded

A team of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) analysts has paid a courtesy call to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, Tuesday. The visit was to express appreciation for the fine leadership he has demonstrated in advocating for good governance as well as the cooperation and partnership that the Democratic Coalition for Change Government has provided in…

Varivao scooped PM’s award

Varivao Holding Limited a community based company from Isabel province scooped the Prime Minister Business of the Year award during the third Business Excellence Award (BEA) night on Saturday at Honiara Hotel. Well-known for processing and exporting of Coffee and Kava Varivao Holding Limited was nominated for its standout and consistence in business. On top…

Telekom vows to resolve problem

Locally owned Our Telekom Company vows to attend to customers’ disappointment in two weeks’ time. This was uttered by the Telokom Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Loyley Ngira during a short press conference at their Head Quarter in Point Cruz last week. The company’s response came following complains raised by mobile users in remote areas of…

Ngira explains failure in network

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Our Telekom Company Loyley Ngira has identified some factors related to the break down in phone conversation, as a result of congestion in the network. Speaking to the media Mr Ngira said they have the largest mobile network around the country with many mobile sites operational, thus it may not…

Exams over

National examination for 2015 academic year is now over as grade six, form three, form five and form six completed their examination last week. While grade six and form three completed their examinations on the first week of November and form five and form six just completed their examinations last week. According to national examination…

A call to develop rural areas

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‘Bottle neck approach’

A prominent Malaita man has described development in his province as ‘bottle-neck approach’ while supporting government’s move to review projects on Malaita. Robert Wales Feratelia in a private view article, made the description given the many projects which are still struggling to get up and operational. He said, the move to review all the projects…

Sogavare slams Opposition

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has slammed the National Parliamentary Opposition group of trying to rekindle the political upheaval. In a statement in his contribution to the Supplementary Bill which Parliament had passed last week, the PM told Parliament government has fully aware of Opposition MPs sending text messages to Ministers trying to lobby them with…