Teachers undergo literature training

A three day literacy training held at the national library in Honiara ended successfully yesterday. About 20 participants from different schools around Honiara city attended the workshop. The ministry of education and human resource development funded the training with the sum of $22, 901. Speaking to the paper director of national library Margaret Talasasa explained…

PAP to hold national convention

The People’s Alliance Party (PAP) will hold its national convention in Honiara this Saturday, July 19. Party President, Sir Nathaniel Waena said the national convention will draw all members in Honiara and those from the provinces. He said it is an important event for the People’s Alliance Party because the national convention will elect members…

PAP calls on all political parties to register

The People’s Alliance Party is calling on political parties and other political groupings that intend to contest the 2014 General Elections to register as required under the newly passed Political Parties Integrity Act. The Party’s Secretary General, Edward Kingmele made the call to coincide with Solomon Islands celebrating its 36 years of independence today. He…

Party calls for member support

The People’s Alliance Party (PAP) is calling on its members to show their support. The party president, Sir Nathaniel Waena makes the call ahead of the registration of political parties as stipulated under the newly passed Political Party Integrity Act. The registration of political parties will begin in August, but the government is yet to…

Research on weapons for police carried out

Research on possible weapons for the limited rearmament of the Solomon Islands Police Force has been conducted. RAMSI Police Protection Force Commander, Greg Harrigan said these will be further discussed with a project’s firearms working group before recommendations are made to the Acting RSIPF Commissioner and eventually the Solomon Islands Government. Mr Harrigan confirmed a…

Students reminded about govt’s mission

Director of the National Training Unit (NTU) Clement Tito has reminded university students in Fiji that they were given scholarship for a government mission when meeting with the students at Laucala Campus yesterday. He said the mission is for the students to gain wisdom and knowledge where they can return and develop the country. “You…