Yu:Education is key to development

EDUCATION is the key to development in any countries in the world. That was according to the Taiwanese ambassador to Solomon Islands Mr Victor Te-Sun Yu. He was speaking to the 12 recipients who will be leaving frothier  studies in Taiwan two weeks’ time. “In any country in the world, only education is the key…

Community gets solar support

THE elderly, widows and disable people of Gegede community in East Central Guadalcanal became recipients of solar panels thanks to their Member of Parliament (MP). Reports said, Pastor Kuki on behalf of the old people, widows, and disable people of Gegede community have expressed sincere appreciation and thanks to Ishmael for the timely assistance.  He…

SIPA reforming face of Ports

SIPA CEO Colin Yow said “An integral part of SIPA’s reform is gender and race diversity in its workforce. It is critical to recognise that in a workforce, talents and loyalty are highly valued properties. Recently, a notice highlighting the standards of behaviour and conduct was circulated to its workforce emphasising the Company’s stand on…

Tourism awareness needed in rural areas

SOLOMON Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) and Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) are urged to do more awareness about tourism in rural area. Provincial Tourism Minister for Western Provincial Government (WPG) Chris Mesepitu highlighted this during the 2015 council of tourism meeting in Honiara last week. Mr Mesepitu told the forum that awareness for tourism…

PNG Govt working on new media law

PORT MORESBY  (POST COURIER) – A proposed law on a cross media ownership is currently being worked on by the government of Papua New Guinea. Minister responsible for Communication Jimmy Miringtoro said the law will allow Papua New Guineans to own shares in the media organisations in the country. He told Parliament during Question Time…