SOLOMON ISLANDS NATIONALS REPATRIATED FROM PNG

The Solomon Islands High Commission in Port Moresby in collaboration with the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC), this morning facilitated the repatriation of nine (9) Solomon Islands nationals from Port Moresby on a Papua New Guinea Government charter Air Niugini flight to Honiara. The nationals consisted of tertiary students and their dependents.  They were…

Woodford School continue to offer classes 

WOODFORD International School continues to offer education to its students despite the community transmission of COVID-19.  A statement from the school today (Friday 4th March) said when community transmission of COVID-19 was announced a week before 2022 school year began and schools were advised to close indefinitely, Woodford teachers worked to ensure students continued their…

Firisua acknowledges athletes

THE country’s top female long distance runner Sharon Firisua has thanked athletics athletes who came out to train during these challenging times due to the Corona virus outbreak. The recent Corona Virus outbreak has had an impact on every sports preparations and athletics being one of the country’s top medal prospect sport is one of…

“YES, MALAITA NEEDS YOU”

Premier Suidani welcomes ‘reconciliation call’ with open arms MALAITA Province needs you and so be it, says the Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani in response to a call by Ward 15 Member of the Provincial Assembly (MPA) Edward Misite’e. Premier Suidani is responding to a call by the MPA for a reconciliation with the MARA…

NO JAB, NO JOB POLICY

Former govt workers’ question policy approach, as 900+ unvaxed teachers still paid in full A GROUP of unvaccinated government workers who were ‘self-terminated’ recently, for not getting their jabs have questioned the government on how the No Jab, No Job Policy works. The former government employees were amongst the 222 Public Officers that decided not…

BUS PLUNGES, ONE INJURED  

A PUBLIC bus has landed at the bottom of a tree at Kombito 3 in east Honiara yesterday, injuring one female passenger, after it experienced a mechanical problem. The bus appeared to have smashed against a forest tree. According to a bystander, Clifford Tom, the bus had people on board when it ran off the…