UNI GRADUATES TURN TO FARMS

Finds job under Pacific seasonal workers scheme in Australia   A HANDFUL of jobless local university graduates have left the country to join the Pacific Seasonal Workers Scheme this year in searching for employments opportunities in Australia and New Zealand. This is due of lack of employment opportunities in the country. In an online interview…

ATTACK ON PS ‘BASELESS’

A Facebook commentary criticizing the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Communication and Aviation, Moses Virivolomo of threatening to pullout the Solomon Islands Roads and Aviation Projects (SIRAP) from Malaita Province last week were “baseless” and “deceiving” to the people of Malaita Province. Premier Suidani’s Political Appointee, Celsus Talifilu ambiguously claimed Virivolomo threatened the Provincial…

Malaita executive immovable 

GOVERNMENT Insiders say that the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) failed again when Malaita Provincial Executive took a bold stand to reject Chinese Company to construct the new Fiu Bridge. Speaking to this paper in anonymity over the weekend on government insider said this recent move by Malaita Premier and his executive does not…

Police commends voters

Choiseul Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Vincent Eria has commended registered voters in South Choiseul Constituency and Kirugela ward in North East Choiseul for their good behaviour displayed during both the national and provincial bi-election held on Wednesday, 19th May. PPC Eria said he was happy that the polling-day went peacefully in South Choiseul and Kirugela…

BRUTAL KILLING

  Police investigates death of girl in Niumada, Gizo   ROYAL Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) officer in Gizo, Western province are investigating a brutal killing at Niumada village yesterday which resulted in the death of a young woman. According to a source, the cause of the incident was due to some sort of disagreement…

Rangirei: more work needed 

Minister for the Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs (MWYCFA), Freda Rangirei says there are more work needed to be done to ensure women’s protection, development and empowerment in Solomon Islands.  Minister Rangirei said this during the Poverty Reduction virtual China-Solomon Islands dialogue on Wednesday.  Ms Rangirei said Solomon Islands over the years,…