KWARA’AE constituents residing in the mountains of the Kwarea bridge region have called for the urgent repair of that portion of road.
Chairman of Namoia Community High School Enoch Idui told the Solomon Star in Auki the steep road connecting high Kwarea Bridge is very dangerous for vehicle to use.
“This is a very important portion of the road connecting the eastern region of Malaita but it is in the West Kwara’ae constituency,” Mr Idui said.
He said the road has been ignored and never repaired for so long now and is having a huge impact on the lives of farmers who depend on trucks to transport their produce to Auki.
“Something has to be done now than later.”
Rokera School gets proper water supply
ROKERA Secondary School will soon have proper water supply when a project piping water to the school completes.
Work on the water supply started early this month.
Final tasks are being carried out this week and already water had reached the school.
Students and staff of the school are delighted and thanked Caritas Australia for funding the project.
Rokera Secondary School in the Southern region of Malaita, is under the Education Authority of Malaita Province and runs classes from forms 1 to 5.
Generator breakdown hampers school work
SIOTA Secondary School in the Central Islands Province is facing problems with electricity after the school’s generator was down.
Reports reaching The Solomon Star said the generator broke since last year and has never been fixed.
As a result, students and staff are struggling to cope and execute school programs especially night studies due to the problem.
A report from the school said the part that needed repair costs about $25,000 which he said is beyond the school’s affordability.
The Central Islands Provincial government is called to intervene.