‘Project will help youths’

THE ‘Youth Substance Striker: Kick the Habits’ by kicking goals project will boost the moral of young people in our community says the director of youth Edward Anisitolo. Mr Anisitolo made the remarks at the launching of the project in Honiara last Thursday after Caretaker Minister of Ministry of Home Affairs, Manasseh Maelanga launched the…

Teachers mark day with sports

Members of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Education Authority yesterday celebrated the world teachers day through sporting competitions. Most of the teachers were unable to join the main celebration in Honiara last Friday. Yesterday’s event saw teaching and auxiliary staff from Betikama, Burns Creek, Palm Drive International school, Naha SDA, Kukum Adventist school coming together…

Another Party launched

SOLOMON Islands has witnessed another historical launch of a new political party last Sunday afternoon in Honiara. Called Solomon Islands People First Party (SIPFP), it preached its ideology of putting Solomon islanders first and leaves no one behind. Party President Rt Reverend Bishop Jonnie L Kuper, said SIPFP believes the country does not achieve its…

Dr Rodgers challenges locals

Former Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) secretary general and now interim leader of Solomon Islands People First Party(SIPFP) Dr Jimmy Rodgers has challenged all Solomon Islanders to answer what kind of a country they want to see for them, their children and their children’s children. Dr Rodgers said people of this country must try…

SIPFP signs integrity pledge

THE first lot of Solomon Islands People First Party (SIPFP) members have signed their integrity pledge before Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) and other civil society groups on Sunday. The event signifies the party’s pledge to eradicate and stop corruption practices in their campaign and also if they hold power in parliament. Speaking before putting their…