National Judicial Workshop

THE High Court of the Solomon Islands and the Pacific Judicial Strengthening Initiative (PJSI) will be hosting a three-day National Judicial Workshop from 21-23 October 2020.   The workshop will be attended by 20 Judges and Magistrates from across the Solomon Islands. The objectives of this workshop are to provide an online forum for Judicial Officers…

79 graduate to RNs 

SEVENTY-nine (79) nurses have yesterday graduated to Registered Nurses (RN) status after successfully completing a 12-month ‘Nurses Supervised Practice program’. Held at the St. Barnabas Cathedral in Honiara, the graduation ceremony was attended by the Ministry of Health and Medical Service Officials, Solomon Islands Nursing Council representatives, new grandaunts, parents, and friends.  Speaking during the…

CALL TO STAFF CLINIC

An appeal to staff Maetawa Clinic as quickly as possible By George AtkinKira Kira Correspondent THE Chairman of Maetawa Clinic of Ward 5 in Arosi 2 of West Makira, Mr William Ha’abwara has appealed to the Ministry of Health and Medical Services to staff the newly built Maetawa Community Health Centre as quickly as possible.…

NOT SUIDANI BUT MRS KAUHUE

Women advocator to speak at Firisua’s election launch MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani will no longer be able to speak at the election campaign launch of Central Honiara candidate Pauline Radoe Firisua, Saturday. This was due to a change in Suidani’s official engagement. However, Mrs. Firisua said she was pleased women’s rights advocator Ella Kauhue has…

Gov’t’s anti-corruption flagship policy is off the ground

AFTER ten months of “painful and frustrating” experience, the Government’s flagship policy on anti-corruption is finally up and running. The event was marked by the swearing-in of the head of the newly-established Solomon Islands Independent Commission Against Corruption (SIICAC), John Hugani Kouni, in Honiara on Thursday.  The brief ceremony sealed Mr. Kouni’s five-year appointment as…