Students rubbish report

  THE Solomon Islands Philippines Student Association (SIPSA) executive says the media report about students’ behaviour in the Philippines is not factual and they want the public to know the truth. A SIPSA spokesperson told the Solomon Star from the Philippines via email last night. A SIPSA spokesperson said that moving to the hotels doesn’t…

TWO MORE COVID CASES

TWO additional COVID cases involving local students studying in the Philippines have been confirmed. This now brings the total to 14 students who have now contracted the virus. This was announced by Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare yesterday during his nation-wide address on Monday.    “The Oversight Committee has been advised that there have been…

PM welcomes China’s envoy

‘PRC embassy will bolsters SINO relationship’ By ANDREW FANASIANewsroom, Honiara PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare officially welcomes the first ambassador of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to the Solomon Islands, His Excellency Li Ming with a firm belief that their new embassy is a step forward for the Solomon Islands. Sogavare made these sentiments…

BLAST KILLS EXPATS

TWO foreign nationals have lost their lives during an accident last night at their private rented home in Tasahe, West Honiara. The duo – a British and an Australian national died when an Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) they were working on with went off between 7.30 pm and 8 pm last night. reports reaching the paper…

Miners eye SI

MINING companies are tussling to get their hands on the lucrative mineral resources of the country despite oppositions indigenous landowners. The opposition to mining is nowhere more marked than in the Choiseul Province. Recently, the Forum Against Mining on Choiseul (FAMOC) has come out strongly in the media against mining in the province. On Monday…