GOV’T COMMITS TO SMOOTH DELIVERY OF EU-PROVINCIAL GOVERNANCE SERVICE DELIVERY PROJECT

The National Government through the Ministry of Provincial Government is committed to coordinate with all implementing partners for the smooth delivery of the new EU-funded provincial governance and service delivery project. The new EU-funded provincial governance and service delivery project, funded under EU cooperation through the European Development Fund (EDF), was launched at the Heritage…

POSITIVE VIBES

Parties remain optimistic of good deadline outcome over Hell’s Point THE deadline ordered by the High Court to pay LSL/RIPEL for the use of its Hell’s Point land some $43.9- million plus rentals came and went on Wednesday without any payment. LSL stands for Levers Solomons Limited and RIPEL stands for Russell Islands Plantations Limited.…

PM to attend UNGA

PRIME Minister, Manasseh Sogavare, will represent the country at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meeting in New York this month. He announced his attendance last week when moving a motion for the special adjournment of the parliament to Monday 7th November. “I will lead a Solomon Islands delegation to the United Nations General…

New grant agreement for Seif Ples

THE Australian Government through the Australia Solomon Islands Partnership for Justice (ASIPJ) is pleased to recommit its support to Seif Ples with a new grant agreement of SBD175,000. The Australian High Commission said the support is to meet the increasing demand for service by the survivors of gender-based violence. “This will help to strengthen the…

EU announces multi-million-dollar project

THE European Union, long been a major development partner in Solomon Islands’ development, is due to announce a multi-million-dollar project aimed at improving service-delivery and strengthening government capacities to support people-centered development.   EU’s Ambassador to Solomon Islands and the Pacific, His Excellency, Sujiro Seam, is due to announce the new funding arrangement when he…