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Women important stakeholders in ECE 


A WOMEN’S representative for the Baroo Catchment Community in East Bauro of Central Makira Constituency says women are important stakeholders in the development and operation of Early Childhood Education (ECE). 

Second bail for alleged firearm accused


A SECOND bail application has been made for the man accused of discharging firearm in March at Tinge, Honiara on Friday.


THE Minister of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) Honourable Dr. Culwick Togamana endorsed the Vaccine Preventable Diseases Regional Framework for Implementation of the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) and Framework for Safe and Affordable Surgery (SAS) in his statement this week to the 71st session of the Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, WHO’s governing body in the region. 

Suidani applauds PHEB committee 


MALAITA Provincial Premier has acknowledged the Public Health Emergency Bill (PHEB) committee for involving Malaita in its consultation exercise.

RSIPF Fire & Rescue Service display road crash rescue capability


NEW officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Fire and Rescue Service undertaking the specialist Fire and Rescue Course this week undertook the Road Crash Rescue Training at the Fire and Rescue Training Facility at Hells Point east of Honiara.

Baroo Kindy now has new classroom 


THE Makira Ulawa Provincial Government Minister of Education and Human Resources, Mr. Henry Rata has handed over a new classroom block to the Baroo Kindergarten School Committee in East Bauro of Central Makira Constituency. At the recent handover, Mr Rata who was speaking on behalf of the World Bank through the Rural Development Program of Solomon Islands said he was happy Baroo children will now attend classes in a new classroom. 

12 year-old guilty of criminal offences

A TWELVE year-old male facing three criminal offences has confessed to all the allegations made against him this week in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court.

Gov’t intervenes, SINU Council furious


THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) saga has taken another twist.

PM: gov’t budget needs redirection


Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare says the government’s budget needs redirection. 

SIFF to discuss blacklisted officials


The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Executive will meet on Saturday to look into the issue of blacklisting of six football officials by the National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI).

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