PM underscores gov’t policy

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has reiterated the Democratic Coalition for Change Government (DCCG) Policy Statement during the graduation ceremony of the Solomon Islands National University (SINU), Friday. He spoke on the theme “Empowered and Make a Difference”. Sogavare said that he was not surprised of how the theme coincides well with the DCCG Mission statement.…

SINU to introduce degree courses

Solomon Islands National University (SINU) plans to introduce two additional degree courses next year. Vice chancellor Dr Glyn Galo revealed this Friday, during SINU’s second graduation ceremony that saw more than 1,000 students graduating. Galo said they intend to introduce degrees in Business Studies and Information Technology. Since its establishment in 2013, the only degree…

SINU questioned over information

Solomon Islands National University’s (SINU) Student Academic Services (SAS) has failed to convey requested information to the government. He highlighted this in his speech during SINU’s second graduation ceremony last Friday. SINU was established in 2013 from what used to be the Solomon Islands College of Higher Education. Sogavare raised the matter in relation to…

Gov’t officials to visit Malaita

A  HIGH level delegation from the Ministry Of Aviation and Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) will visit Malaita Monday and Tuesday this week. Malaita premier Peter Ramohia confirmed this. He said the delegation will comprised some MPs from Malaita. Mr Ramohia said the delegation will first meet with landowners of Gwaunaru’u Airfield, with the view of…

Duo held over Lungga killing

POLICE are still investigation the case involving the death of a young man found floating at Lungga creek, East of Honiara last month. Two men from Temotu, Mark Nalua and Banabus Mwema has been arrested and charged for the murder of the young lad from Western Province. The duo appeared in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court…