Screening process to join labour program starts

A TWO-day screening process to recruit locals who are interested in participating in the Labour Mobility Program (LMP) has commenced on Thursday. The screening program featured 400 females and males. Thursday’s screening involved about 200 females at the Maranatha Hall, East Honiara. The screening process was undertaken due to large numbers of applicants.  The Labour…

NZ rep hails youth participation

The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Program Coordinator Josie Anne Ashley was pleased to see the youth’s participation in the community development at Uatae in East Malaita constituency. She was part of the team attending the launching of the Jacob Ladder project – a World Vision Community Service Learning Project (CSLP) at…

West Kwaio Constituents receive housing materials 

CONSTITUENTS of the West Kwaio electorate in Malaita province were pleased to receive their shares of housing materials for the constituency’s Housing Scheme, last weekend. The materials were shipped to the constituency via LC Gulatatae 1, thanks to the assistance of parliamentarian Titus Mokofi Fika. Materials received include steel rods, paints, louver glasses, louver frames,…

Courtesy visit by MASI to PM 

MEMBERS of Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) yesterday paid a courtesy visit to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare on Monday. The MASI delegation was led by president Georgina Kekea,  a statement by Prime Minister Secretariat said, Ms. Kekea at the brief meeting thanked the prime minister for availing his time to meet with MASI. Ms.…

‘Border our weakest link’

PRIME Minister Manasseh says the country’s western border is the weakest link in our fight against COVID-19. The Prime Minister highlighted this during his nationwide address on Monday as close neighbor Papua New Guinea (PNG) recorded 2,066 cases of which about 58 cases were from Bougainville, a statement issued by Prime Minister Press Secretariat said. He…