Peaceful rally to be staged today

A peaceful rally to demonstrate Solomon Islands support for West Papua is planned to take place in Honiara City today. An urgent call for action has been made to the general public on Wednesday to demonstrate Solomon Islands support for West Papua’s membership in the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) through the United Liberation Movement for…

Papa Cidy visits Mercy Christian School

The students of Mercy School in Burnscreek, East Honiara were treated to a visit by international music sensation, Papa Cidy on Tuesday morning. He arrived unannounced and the students and teachers were all excited about his presence. Papa Cidy went on to mingle with the teachers and was very eager to visit each and every…

Govt commits to improve roads

THE GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) is committed to ensure most of the feeder and connecting roads plus the drainage system within the Honiara city and the outskirts of the city are improved. A spokesperson from the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) on Wednesday told the paper this road improvement project is…

SINU launches students’ hand book

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has launched its first ever students’ handbook on Wednesday. The launching took place at the SINU Kukum campus’s lecture theater. The hand-book was supposed to be launched in early January. However due to late printing they’ve done it yesterday. Speaking during the ceremony Campus Life Manager Selison Faisi Jnr…

Family violence program launched by police

The National Community Policing Unit of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has launched a nationwide Family Violence program with delivery of family violence training to the RSIPF officers and other stakeholders. A statement from the Police Media Unit said, the Family Violence program started towards the end of April 2015 and the Family…

WW2 photographic exhibition underway

A photographic exhibition of World War Two (WW2) bombs in Solomon Islands has been launched on Wednesday. The exhibition which will look at the current situation of unexploded ordinances of WW2 in the country will run from 13th to the 27th of May at the National Art Gallery. For the past 70 years, Solomon Islanders…