NTU step up health check on students

THE National Training Unit (NTU) of the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development is taking stricter measures on the health of its sponsored students. As such, NTU is ensuring sponsored students complete a medical clearance form before their arrangements are processed. Speaking during the 2016 orientation and the scholarship award presentation ceremony, NTU director…

Malaita needs a magistrate

People in and around Malu’u were made aware that there is no magistrate in Malaita. This was revealed by Malu’u Police boss Inspector Peter Kinita during Police and Chiefs awareness talks at the Malu’u main market during the weekend. The Officer made the people aware after they have experienced an increase in illegal sale of…

PM Sogavare celebrates 61st birthday

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare celebrated his 61st birthday with his wife Madam Emmy and their children Brandt, Shannon and Marydel and other family members in a private function at the Taiwanese Fusion Restaurant in Honiara on Monday. Marking the event with the Sogavares were the Minister for Police, National Security and Correction Services Hon Stanley…

Robbers panic

Give away crucial lead Robbers have escaped with undisclosed box of money after grabbing the box from two Asian businessmen outside the Bank South Pacific office in Central Honiara yesterday morning. But they left a crucial lead for police. One of the men believed to have involved in the robbery failed to make it in…

PM hails private sector

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has commended the private sector for their perseverance and hard work in running their businesses. He was speaking last Friday during the launch of the newly upgraded facility of Didao Refueling Station, at Kukum, east Honiara. “I take this opportunity to congratulate and commend Solomon Islanders who are useful in doing…