Atoifi nursing college stage 2021 graduation 

ATOIFI Adventist Nursing College in East Kwaio, Malaita Province successfully staged its graduation ceremony over the weekend. The graduation weekend program was held from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th February. The highlight of the program was the graduation ceremony on Sunday. Atoifi Information System Officer Harry Samuel told Solomon Star, the weekend program was a…

Gov’t crisis management in education

The Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale is unhappy at what seems to be a “perpetual crisis management” by the government in dealing with scholarships and the school fees policy. In a statement issued on Monday, Mr. Wale said, these two important considerations are annual cycles that are entirely foreseeable and the government is expected to be…

In Court with Assumpta

* Sentence for elderly man, Feb 25* One Link’s bail ruling next Monday  Sentence for elderly man, Feb 25 THE 57-year-old man who had unlawful sexual intercourse with his 11-year-old granddaughter in 2019 will be sentenced on February 25. The sentencing submissions and mitigation on his matter was made yesterday before Justice Maelyn Bird. Lazarus…

Call to respect development plans

An outspoken man from Fataleka electorate in Malaita Province man has appealed to his people to respect the constituency’s ongoing development plans. Nemuel Olofisau made the call after learning that few constituency members are trying to disturb the constituency plans and rollout programs.  Mr. Olofisau said since Fataleka become a constituency, the majority of constituents…

HALF-PAY FOR IN-SERVICE OFFICERS CONSIDERED

THE Government is believed to have or is considering cutting by half salaries of public servants undertaking in-service training at both the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Honiara and the Solomon Islands National University (SINU). This is the latest move by the cash-strapped government to save costs. According to sources, the number of…

Good start for Ngaligaragara RTC

NGALIGARAGARA Rural Training Centre (RTC) in Central Kwara’ae electorate in Malaita Province has offered another two additional programs starting this year. The programs are mechanics and electrical. This means Ngaligaragara RTC now offers a total of seven programs, Bible studies, Home Economics, Agriculture, Carpentry and Plumbing, Mechanics, and Electrical. This is good news for Ngaligagara…