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THE Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination (MDPAC) in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) recently held a Population and Development workshop in Munda, Western Province. A total of 18 provincial participants who attended the 3 day workshop from 11-13 October mainly work as provincial government officers, head teachers of schools in and around Munda, youth and...
POLICE at Lata in the Temotu Province are monitoring the situation in the province after the Tinakula volcano erupted on Saturday 21 October with the wind carrying ash to the nearby islands. “Police successfully rescued three people from Tinakula after receiving a report in the early hours of Saturday that the volcano had erupted. The three people were reported to...
POLICE in Honiara have arrested a 35-year-old male in connection with the death of a 10-year-old male in the West Kola Ridge area of the city yesterday - Tuesday 24 October 2017. It is alleged that the deceased was playing with other kids of his age outside his parents’ home between 9 am to 10 am this yesterday morning when...
PIF Secretary General Dame Meg Taylor to deliver keynote address at Business Excellence Awards 2017. Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) Secretary General Dame Meg Taylor will be the keynote speaker at the Business Excellence Awards (BEA) 2017 set to take place on Saturday 4th November at the Coral Sea Resort & Casino. Dame Taylor, a Papua New Guinean lawyer and diplomat who...
Minister Tozaka with Her Royal Highness Reem Al Hashimy, the Minister of State and International Cooperation for the UAE.
THE Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Honourable George Milner Tozaka and his counterpart, His Royal Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that paves the way for visa free entry into each other’s countries by the respective passport holders of the two...
THE business of parliament has again been adjourned for next week - Monday 30th October 2017. The Speaker of Parliament adjourned the meeting after accepting a motion of special adjournment by the Honourable Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare. The adjournment is to allow more time for the cabinet to tidy up the 2018 Appropriation bill for 2018 Budget. The PM said they...
THE Management of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources condemned in the strongest terms the allegations levelled against its Permanent Secretary and the Director of Fisheries for alleging the personal misuse of public funds to the amount of $13,185,508.37. As a Ministry that strives to uphold accountability and transparency in all its administrative processes and procedures, the Management wishes...
PEOPLE with Disability in Solomon Islands now have free access to legal advice after the Launch of the Public Solicitors Legal Advice Clinic in Honiara. Speaking at the launching ceremony, NCW General Secretary Casper Fa’asala said he is really proud and happy of the launching of the new clinic for persons with disability in Solomon Islands is the first of...
SOUTH Africa’s High Commissioner to Solomon Islands has presented his Letters of Credence to the Governor General Sir Frank Ofagioro Kabui at Government House today (5th October). Her Excellency, Ms. Beryl Sisulu said her country has a profound interest to strengthen bilateral relations between the Republic of South Africa and the Solomon Islands. South wants to enhance cooperation at multilateral fora,...
THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has recently staged their 7th successful ‘Public Talk’ seminar based on the topic 'Economy and Finance of Solomon Islands'. According to one of the main speakers of the program, Dr. Luke Forau, one of the most contributing factor to the economy is the engagement in the private business where the government should assist them...
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