No regional students at SINU nursing school

THE school of nursing at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) did not enroll any overseas students this year. A senior nursing official at the school of nursing said this last Thursday during the university’s open day. He said since the university opened its doors last year, few students from overseas have undertaken studies at…

SINU vice chancellor acknowledge students

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. The open day was attract many students from various schools in Honiara and the public,. The day was hosted last Thursday at the…

Wasi acknowledges positive support by Noro ports

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. The Ministry’s Permanent Secretary (PS) John Wasi made the acknowledgement after leading a delegation to Noro over the weekend. During the visit the delegation met with…

Students told to uphold business ethics

The Divine Word University (DWU) business students were told to abide to school ethics because it will prepare them to work with integrity in the market place after completing their studies. The branchless manager of BSP in Madang Samuel Ray made the statement at the 14th Annual Business Ethics Symposium Program held in Divine Word…

War museum unveiled in Munda

Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) along with the Solomon Visitors Bureau (SIVB) unveiled a museum to store old second world war in Munda, Western province over the weekend. The ministry funded the museum worth SBD$50,000 which was officially unveiled by the ministry’s permanent secretary John Wasi. Other members of the delegation included SIVB chairman…

Tolia is still mines director

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Luza pledges to strengthen LCC

Newly appointed chairman to the Leadership Code Commission (LCC), Francis Cecil Luza, has pledged to strengthen the institution and address outstanding cases. Luza was chairman for the Trade Disputes Panel prior to his new appointment. He replaces Emmanuel Kouhota,who left LCC to become the chief magistrate recently. Luza said his new position will be challenging…

TDP without a chair

The Trade Disputes Panel (TDP) is currently without a chairman. This followed the departure of former chairman Francis Luza, who left last week to head the Leadership Code Commission (LCC). The panel also does not have a deputy chair following the departure of the holder last year. Caretaker Commerce Minister, Elizah Doromuala said TDP has…