Vaccinated or self-terminated

TEACHERS who continue to disobey the government’s “No Jab, No Job Policy” are self-terminating themselves from their employment. This was the statement of Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) deputy secretary James Bosamata during a press conference at Mendana Hotel on Wednesday. Mr Bosamata said the vaccination of teachers and students between ages…

Gov’t lauds PRC for continuous support to Rural Development    

The government through the Ministry of Rural Development (MRD) has recognised the government of Peoples Republic of China (PRC) and its tax payers for their ongoing and unwavering support towards government’s (SIG) rural development programs after both country’s established diplomatic relations in 2019. Permanent Secretary Acting and Deputy Secretary Technical (DST), Hugo Hebala said, following…

STATUS OF CHINA’S REQUEST FOR DIPLOMATIC SECURITY PERSONAL

The request by the Chinese Embassy in Honiara to the Solomon Islands Government to allow diplomatic Chinese security personnel to protect the Embassy during the November 2021 riots was considered and held in abeyance by the Government.  The Government made this clarification in relation to so-called leaked documents circulating on social media that relayed correspondences…

DEBUT FOR SURI

Young striker joins Petone FC in NZ’s Central League ALDEN Suri, 18, the son of the Solomon Island football legend Batram Suri has made his first debut for the Petone football club in the Central league of New Zealand, Saturday.  Young Suri played 29 minutes, coming from the bench in their 0-0 draw against Wellington…

‘LUNATICS’REACT?

New group within public service pops in the anti-China campaign A NEW group calling itself, Public Servants for Transparency, has joined the anti-China campaign in Solomon Islands, accusing two senior public servants of selling Solomon Islands’ interest to Chinese control. The group has also issued a veiled warning to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, saying if…