KGA provides training for flood victim

Kastom Gaden Association (KGA) this week provides training for the victim of the recent flash flooding on how to plant and take care of the vegetable farms. This comes about after they (KGA) supplied seedlings and planting materials to the victims and farmers. KGA information officer Moses Rohana said since they are providing seedling to…

Trainers acknowledge training

About 20 participants from the schools which undertook basic library training have praised the ministry of education and human resources development for the training after issuing them with certificates. Speaking to the Solomon Star a participant John Susupuri said the basic ideas gained taken during the training really helps them. Mr Susupuri added that after…

SICCI explains awards

Following the number of enquiries being received at the Solomon Islands chamber of commerce and industry (SICCI) office concerning awards and award categories, the chamber has came out to inform the nine awards on offer. Two of the awards, Business Woman of the Year and Entrepreneur of the Year are individual awards. Only women and…

Mobile service applauded

Villagers of Kwaibaita in the East Malaita have applauded Our Telekom for connecting them with the outside world through the phone calls and internet. This follows the completion of the Fiu tower that brings better mobile coverage for the region which was once isolated.and never connected to the world for decades. The villagers said that…

Call to explain government’s budget

The Government’s low revenue intake for 2014 first quarter has raised serious concerns that seek explanation from the ministry of finance and treasury. It was revealed the government revenue for the first quarter has not even hit half the budgeted figure which raised serious concerns. The Malaita Ma’asina Forum (MMF) technical head Martin Housanau calls…

Festival kicks off today

The much awaited 2014 Aquilla Talasasa festival will officially open today at the Kennedy stadium in Gizo. Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB), Prime Minister Office (PMO) and Bowmans Ltd are the major sponsors of this festival. Kawea Tiroia, festival coordinator told the Solomon Star in Gizo on Tuesday that the festival is being organized at…