More students graduate from PAU

Eleven (11) students from Solomon Islands have graduated at Pacific Adventist University (PAU) on Sunday 4th December 2016. Those who successfully graduated with their respective degrees were; – Alex Mamaka from Choiseul Province (Bachelor in Business- Accounting & Computing),; – Leecrish Joseph from Western Province (Bachelor in Secondary Education); – Rosemary Tobani from Guadalcanal Province(Bachelor…

Archaeologists find huge amounts of lithic products in East Are’Are

THE Solomon Islands National Museum is proposing a special exhibition for materials excavated from a site at Apunirereha, East Are’Are in Malaita Province. These materials were excavated under an archaeological cooperation project between the Solomon Islands National Museum (SINM) and the Commission for Archaeology of Non-European Cultures of the German Archaeological Institute which started in…

Accused to represent himself

A MAN facing a number of criminal charges in relation to the alleged abduction of a Chinese man in 2013 has decided to represent himself in court on Wednesday. Eddie Funubana has been left without a lawyer on the last court appearance. Public Solicitor’s lawyer Clifton Ruele withdrawn his legal representation on reason that Funubana…

FSII to protest over Govt on corruption

Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) members will mark the International Anti-corruption Day this Friday with a peaceful protest over government failures to fight against corruption. President of FSII’s Benjamin Afuga said, normally on such occasion it is good time for the government, civil societies including lobby groups to raise issues and awareness about corruption. He…