Thought for the Week

The Church – Part 3 By Rev. Eric D. Maefonea (SWIM) Once again, I invite you to our continuing discussion of the above topic. Last week we looked at the birth of the Church and the pictures used in the New Testament to describe the Church. This week, we will discuss the criteria’s for becoming…

Tilapia training ends in Malaita

A FOUR day training on tilapia was successfully conducted last week in Malaita province. A total of six rural training centres (RTC) school principals, agriculture instructors and 22 leading tilapia farmers in the province have attended the training. It was held in Auki, Malaita. The training was possible under a four years partnership agreement by…

Beware of ‘bogus recruitment agents’

The public is again warned to watch out for bogus recruitment agents. Labor Mobility Unit (LMU) within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade issued the warning in light of latest reports suggesting certain people posing as agents for the New Zealand Recognized Seasonal Employer scheme (RSE) and the Australian Seasonal Worker Programme (SWP).…

LIFE SAVING SUPPORT

$5k for young Sidi to undergo medical review By LACHLAN SHYVES EDDIE   A LEADING clothing company in Honiara has stepped in to support a one year old baby to undergo a life saving medical review overseas. Island Clothing Limited last week donated SBD$5,000 to assist Peter Sidi Junior to undergo a medical review in…

HOH plans to render more support

HEARTS of Hope (HOH) charitable organization is expected to deliver more charitable support to other rural communities in Malaita province. This was highlighted by HOH president Janet Aihari during the handing over of shirts and caps to 40 available babies at Auki clinic last week. Mrs Aihari said at the moment, HOH is working toward…