Females encouraged to take up medicine

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Medical student awarded gold medal

LOCAL medical graduate Nignauna Gagahe was awarded a gold medal for academic excellence, after successfully completing his medical studies late last month in Cuba. According to reports reaching the Solomon Star, Gagahe was among the top five students to receive gold medals for academic excellence. He was the only Solomon Islander to receive an academic…

Where’s our DPP?

Country needs a full-time Director of Public Prosecution, says judge A HIGH Court judge says the country needs and deserves a “full time” Director of Public Prosecutions. Justice Stephen Pallaras, QC, made the call in light of the frequent overseas travels by the Director of Public Prosecution Ronald Bei Talasasa. He said Mr Talasasa’s regular…