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In court with Assumpta

* Men committed to High Court for trial
* Sentencing next for alleged attackers 

* Courts to resume normal next week

NZ assistance for CAASI hailed 

THE Civil Aviation Authority of Solomon Islands (CAASI) within the Ministry of Communication and Aviation is glad to receive assistance in the form of USB drives from the New Zealand High Commission Office in the Solomon Islands as part of its support following the burning down of the CAASI office earlier this year.

Futsal coaches studying OFC Senior C License

Twenty (20) local futsal coaches successfully completed part of the OFC Senior Futsal C License in the weeklong training and studying held in Honiara at the Holy Cross church compound. 

12 teams for PAC Sevens

TWELVE rugby teams will participate in this year’s PAC Sevens Rugby Tournament.

MUP Gov’t issues immediate response measures

THE Makira Ulawa Provincial Government has issued immediate response measures on the COVID 19 situation in Solomon Islands.

HRUA calls for respect

THE Honiara Rugby Union (HRUA) president, Brian Taupiri has called for respect from all players and rugby clubs.

National Judicial Workshop

THE High Court of the Solomon Islands and the Pacific Judicial Strengthening Initiative (PJSI) will be hosting a three-day National Judicial Workshop from 21-23 October 2020.  

Health workers commended for successful rotavirus rollout 

PERMANENT Secretary of the Ministry of Health Pauline McNeil has acknowledged health workers for the successful completion of the Rotavirus vaccine rollout program across all provinces including Honiara.

79 graduate to RNs 

SEVENTY-nine (79) nurses have yesterday graduated to Registered Nurses (RN) status after successfully completing a 12-month ‘Nurses Supervised Practice program’.

MUP Gov’t sets measures for COVID

THE Premier of Makira Ulawa Province Julian Maka’a says his Government has agreed on measures it will take as it prepares for COVID 19 under an Adaption Policy. 

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