Gov’t sworn in 8 new ministers

THE GOVERNMENT on Wednesday swore in eight new ministers amidst the persisting political uncertainty. They are:  (a)  Ishmael Avui, Minister for Development, Planning and Aid Coordination; (b)  Augustine Auga, Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development; (c)   Nestor Ghiro, Minister for Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening; (d)  Bradley Tovosia, Minister for Forestry and Research; (e)  Moses…

Village census set to roll

THE much anticipated nationwide Village Resource Survey and Household Listing 2017-2018 first phase is set to start with deployment of field enumerators as of next week. Headed by the Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) within the Ministry of Finance & Treasury (MoFT), this is a pre-census count for the 2019 national census. VRS National…

Woodford School offer Full Scholarship towards A Level – world-class Cambridge secondary curriculum (F7 equivalent)

Woodford International School is delighted to announce Full Scholarships for deserving students to pursue Cambridge ‘A’ level qualification. Applicant must have earlier completed minimum Form 5. Students who have successfully completed Form 6 can also apply. Ministry of education and human resource development (MEHRD), Solomon Islands Government accepts the A Level qualification as equivalent of…

GARU, MUA REJOIN GOV’T

·    Gov’t sworn in eight ministers ·    Four ministries are still vacant ·    Honiara Hotel camp claims it has 28 MPs By JOHN AATAI A GOVERNMENT minister who resigned over the weekend has rejoined the government on Wednesday. West Guadalcanal MP and former minister for Police, National Security and Correctional Services Moses Garu was one…