Police monitor volcano eruption

POLICE at Lata in the Temotu Province are monitoring the situation in the province after the Tinakula volcano erupted on Saturday 21 October with the wind carrying ash to the nearby islands. “Police successfully rescued three people from Tinakula after receiving a report in the early hours of Saturday that the volcano had erupted,” Provincial…

234 students graduate from Kilusakwalo

Kilusakwalo Christian Community High School (KCCHS) in Central Kwara’ae in Malaita province last Friday farewelled 234 students during the school’s annual graduation ceremony. Most of the students are grade six, form three, form five, and form six. The ceremony coincided with the prize-giving ceremony. Of the 234 students farewelled, 59 students are doing grade six…

Students told getting certificate is not the end, just the beginning

FINAL year students of Kilusakwalo Christian Community High School (KCCHS) were told that receiving their certificates does not signal an end but rather the beginning of a long journey. Principal Alick Bebesia uttered the words when encouraging 234 graduating students who received their certificates during the KCCHS 2017 annual graduation and prize-giving ceremony last Friday. “As…

Milestone for Manaoba disputing parties

Landowners disputing the Manaoba island airfield land on Thursday 19th of October 2017 have signed an agreement to open the airfield on Manaoba island. The signing ceremony was held at the Attorney General’s Office at the Panatina Plaza marks a milestone achievement which will see the Manaoba island airfield open. During the signing of the…

Finding the Will of God

I invite you to our discussion this week as we look at the topic, “Finding the Will of God.” It is my prayer that somehow this will be a help to you to find God’s divine purpose for your life. I believe that we are not in this world by accident but by God’s divine…

Tenakoga is still rising

Tenakoga has continued to rise over the past year says Tenakoga Adventist College Registrar Chareen Simbe. “Following the success of our Year 12 students last year, 23 students graduated this year and will progress with their studies to Year 13 or directly into tertiary studies at Solomon Islands National University”, she continued.  “Two of our…