M4D welcomes US establishment in Auki

MALAITA for Democracy (M4D) President Knoxly Atu last Friday welcomed the Deputy Chief of Party for Winrock International Solomon Islands Dr. Morgan Wairiu. The brief welcome ceremony was held at the Auki Central Market at 2 pm and was attended by members of the public.  During the brief welcome ceremony, Dr. Morgan was asked to make some…

SINPF confirms new deal for Tavanipu

THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has confirmed it is considering a management proposal it has received for the Tavanipupu Island Resort (TIR). The confirmation which came in the form of a letter, published yesterday by Solomon Star, however, did not come from the Management. Instead, it came from “SINPF Media”.  It was in…

SINPF confirms new deal for Tavanipu

THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has confirmed it is considering a management proposal it has received for the Tavanipupu Island Resort (TIR). The confirmation which came in the form of a letter, published yesterday by Solomon Star, however, did not come from the Management. Instead, it came from “SINPF Media”.  It was in…

Scholarship screening in process 

ALL 2021 government scholarship results are expected to be released in April. Screening of the Solomon Islands Government 2021 scholarship are now in the processing stage, Deputy Secretary at the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development James Bosamata said this during the radio talk-back show yesterday. Bosamata has dismissed rumours circulating through the public…

Philippines flight delayed

THE scheduled Philippines flight that is expected to bring about 40 students from Manila is being delayed. This was revealed by the Secretary to Prime Minister (SPM) Dr. Jimmy Rodgers on Sunday at the fortnightly talk-back-show. He explained the flight is being delayed to accommodate more people from all over the world coming on the same…

TEST FEE JUMPS

For mandatory pre-departure test   THOSE wishing to travel overseas will now have to dig a little deeper into their pockets to pay for the pre-departure test fee. The new amount which will come into effect today is $1500 per test from the previous amount of $500. This was announced by Attorney General John Muria…