ACCESSIBLE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ALL

The Solomon Islands Infrastructure Program (SIIP) is acknowledging this year’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December) by highlighting infrastructure’s vital role in creating ‘transformative solutions for inclusive development’ – this year’s theme. “Well-designed and well-constructed infrastructure can either transform the lives of people using it, or create barriers to social and economic opportunities…

RSIPF welcomes 67 new Police officers

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has welcomed 65 new Police officers who have graduated as police constable today (2nd of December 2022) at Rove Police Headquarters. The graduates consist of 48 males and 17 females who were selected from different provinces. The patron of the recruit course is Honourable Patterson Oti, Speaker of…

Five locals graduate from Fulton

FIVE Solomon Islanders have successfully completed their years of studies at the Fulton Adventist University College (FAUC) in Sabeto, Nadi, Fiji. They joined many more students during a colourful graduation ceremony over the weekend. The weekend ceremony commenced on Friday 25th November and concluded on Sunday 27th November with the main graduation ceremony. Casper Hillary,…

Political stability vital to investment

POLITICAL stability is key to giving investment confidence to investors and also the timely delivery of projects in the country. Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare, highlighted this on Tuesday at Gold Ridge to mark the official commencement of commercial production by Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML). The operation is a joint venture initiative between a Chinese…