A STEP CLOSER

Solomon Islands is another step closer to the World Cup following their 2-1 against Papua New Guinea (PNG) in Port Moresby last night. Tuesday’s win confirmed their spot for stage four of the World Cup Qualifiers. This means Tahiti who have been waiting for a defeat to Solomon Islands and PNG are out of contention…

Light Ministry stages training

A first ever training for the Ministry of Light team leaders is currently underway at Holy Cross Hall this week which begins Saturday – 10 June. The Ministry was established by a local business man – Steven Sifoburi way back after the ethnic Crises in the past years. The training purposely to empower Light Ministry…

Ninth Aust-SI business forum set

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Vanuatu resort uses solar energy

PORT VILA, (VANUATU DAILY POST) – Vanuatu’s favorite island resort, Iririki, is leading the way in the tourism sector to address the challenge of climate change by investing in renewable energy. The resort has decided to take responsibility for its energy consumption. Since two weeks ago it has been operating independently without reliance on UNELCO,…

Aligegeo to have new water pump, tank

ALIGEGEO provincial secondary school (APSS) will soon have a new water pump plus a tank. This was made possible by Caritas of New Zealand following the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Malaita provincial government, RWASH Auki project and the school administration. This new deal will see the expansion of the current…

Revival of DBSI

Dear Editor – Makira Premier, Stanley Siapu, has expressed his people’s desire for the DBSI’s re-opening during consultations by members of the Cabinet Sub-Committee Taskforce on DBSI in Kirakira last week. During the consultation and awareness programs, participants said the demise of DBSI has resulted in the country losing 15 years of development in the…

Political secretaries

Dear Editor – Opponents of the current government have accused the DCC of having nothing to show for during the three years the group was in power. From start, the number of political appointees (PA) drew criticisms from the public not only because of the quantity but more so, the quality of those appointed as…

Road works

Dear Editor – Finally its good to see the contractors back on our roads patching up the pot holes. These potholes have been very disturbing for vehicles for the past weeks. Thanks to the government and the contractor for the funding and labour to patch up the roads. Also the contractors need to visit some…