No jab, No scholarship

ONCE government opens up any scholarship awards for next year to study overseas, only fully vaccinated students will be eligible to apply. This was highlighted by the Secretary to Prime Minister (SPM) and Chairman of the National Oversight Committee (NOC) Dr Jimmie Rodgers, Sunday. He was responding to a request asked by a member of…

Repatriation flights for students planned

THE Government through the Ministry of Education and Human Resources plans to organize two repatriation flights to repatriate our 200 students who have completed their studies in Fiji. Secretary to Prime Minister (SPM) and Chairman of the National Oversight Committee (NOC) Dr Jimmie Rodgers highlighted this yesterday to assure parents and students of their situation.…

69 NEW CASES, SIX DEATHS

AS of Sunday the country has recorded 69 new COVID-19 cases. Honiara recorded 28, Malaita 22, Western 11, Guadalcanal three, and Makira five. This was revealed by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health &Medical Service (MHMS), Pauline McNeil. She revealed the new figures during the COVID-19 talk back show over the national broadcaster-SIBC.…

DGCA remains intact amid COVID-outbreak

THE Democratic Coalition Government for Change (DCGA) remains intact and committed to serve the people and the country during these difficult times. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare confirmed this in his fortnightly nationwide address, Friday. He said that Caucus has resumed meetings for the first time since community transmission and has discussed policy shift. “We had…