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BY ALEX DADAMU THE Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale through a statement this afternoon has described the sacking of Dr. Claude Posala, Head of the Eye Department at National Referral Hospital by the government as ill-considered and a decision based on bad judgment. The opposition press quoted Hon. Wale as saying that the Solomon Islands need all the qualified...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THERE will be a hefty fine should anyone breached the curfew this coming weekend according to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force Acting Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau. Speaking to the Media, the Acting Police Commissioner said the penalty is $10,000 or five years imprisonment or could be both. “The penalty for this curfew is $10,000 if you breached...
NURSES and midwives play a critical role in keeping the Solomon Islands healthy and make up most of the health workforce. On World Health Day, the Ministry of Health and Medical Services remains committed to strengthening the nursing and midwifery workforce to ensure better health care for all. This year on April 7, Solomon Islands celebrated with the rest...
THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is preparing for a deployment to the common border with Papua New Guinea as Solomon Islands continues to protect its borders from the coronavirus (COVID-19) entering the country. RSIPF officers from Western and Choiseul Provinces including members of the Police Response Team (PRT) from Honiara have been manning the Solomon Islands...
THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade is currently calling for submissions of Expression of Interest (EoI) from exporters of Cassava and Taro to submit their proposals to the Ministry. This is part of the work to speed up the implementation of the Enhancing Capacity for Agriculture Trade project (ECAT) in the Solomon Islands. The ECAT project support targets Cassava...
BY ALEX DADAMU A mock curfew is confirmed for this weekend, starting on Friday 10th April until Sunday 12th April. This was confirmed by the Prime Minister (PM)) in responding to suggestions made in parliament by the leader of opposition Mathew Wale. The leader of opposition Mathew Wale was suggesting that a lockdown be moved to a different time other than the...
BY ALEX DADAMU FULIKAOMAE Village located just within Auki Township in Malaita – with the help of two youth activists, Phillip Subu and Maverick Peter Seda has set up a COVID-19 Committee this week on Monday 6th April. According to Phillip Subu, the committee which consists of 7 members was formed purposely to work together on preventive measures with the Malaita...
BY ALEX DADAMU A group of youths representing the Rotaract Club of Honiara, Solomon Islands, on more shot photography members, all Saints youths plus other youths in Honiara has joined together to pay respect and tribute to the 27 lives that were lost in the recent sea tragedy on Friday 3rd of April. The group of youths turn up at the...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA AS the country is preparing to fight off the COVID-19 from entering the country, some are struggling to recover from a horrific incident they have been through caused by the category one Tropical Cyclone Harold which swept parts of Guadalcanal and causing damages to properties along the Honiara coastline. A popular hotspot fish market, Maromaro...
BY ALEX DADAMU THE office of the Auditor General of Solomon Islands has today issued a clean audit report to Central Province on their 2018/19 Financial Statement – an unqualified audit opinion. This is confirmed by the Ministry of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening (MPGIS) who just this evening, 4th April 2020, informed the general public about the report, via...
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