Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

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  • Oct

The National Statistics Office (NSO) of the Ministry of Finance and Treasury is ready to conduct the second Solomon Islands Demographic Health Survey in 2015 (2015 SIDHS).

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  • Oct

GUADALCANAL Civil Society Network has called on its eight national parliamentarians to respect the decision of Parliament Entitlement Commission to reduce the $400,000 terminal grant.

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  • Oct

The United Democratic Party (UDP) vows to reform our customary land tenure system in Solomon Islands if in the event they formed the new government.

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  • Oct

IT is still unclear whether intending candidates’ practice of chartering boats for their voters to travel to their constituencies is legal or illegal under the National Parliament Electoral Provisions Act.

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  • Oct

MALAITA Provincial Principal Education Officer has reassured Aligegeo Provincial Secondary School (APSS) that his Ministry is fully committed to execute plans to improve the school its infrastructure early next year.

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  • Oct

MORE than 300 students at the Aligegeo Provincial Secondary School (APSS) near Auki, Malaita Province have graduated with certificates on Friday.

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  • Oct

The University of the South Pacific (USP) is pleased to announce a salary award for its Fiji-based Hourly Paid (HP) and Intermediate and Junior (I&J) staff.

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  • Oct

Parents in Makira/Ulawa province are being encouraged to give their children the education they rightly deserve as it is the key to make the province a better place.

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  • Oct

Despite of the numerous challenges it faced during the course of the 2014 academic year, St Stephen's Community College Pamua in Makira/Ulawa province celebrated an important day in the school calendar last Friday, that was the prize giving and graduation ceremony.

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  • Oct

Secondary school students of St Stephen's Community College Pamua have been encouraged to enrol in Rural Training Centres (RTC) if they drop out of the formal education system.

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  • Oct

A four days workshop on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United Nations Human Rights Records is currently underway at the Heritage hotel.

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  • Oct

While appreciating accessing of the $3.0 million from the National Government for a proposed shipping service for North West Choiseul Constituency by the out-going MP for the constituency, the public meeting for NWC constituents in Honiara held on Sunday 26th October, the meeting recommended that more consultations with the people in the constituencies be conducted before any set up is finalised.

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