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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Lack of rooms poses huge problem: PM

BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO THE National Oversight Committee of Covid-19 and the camp management are...

    ‘We’re with Pal

    USP student association Solomon Islands throw support behind Prof Ahluwalia By Alfred Sasako SOLOMON Islands students studying at the University of the South Pacific (USP) Solomon...

    3 students on Chinese scholarship

    By EDDIE OSIFELO THREE Solomon Islands students will travel to China on Saturday to do their degree programme for the next four years. They are: Shadie Haikau who will do Bachelor of International...

    Additional scholarships surpass confirmed Opportunity list

    By EDDIE OSIFELO THE number of additional scholarships has exceeded the initial number of scholarships approved in the 2020 Opportunity list. Initially, the National Scholarship Division (NSD) in the...

    Honiara back to class

    Education ministry gives greenlight for schools in capital to resume this month BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO ALL schools in Honiara are to resume classes this month,...

    Government yet to decide when students overseas return home: Mua

    BY CHRIS HAPERT HA’ARABE GOVERNMENT is yet to decide when its sponsored students studying overseas will return home, says Minister for Health and Medical Services Dickson Mua. This...

    SIG ‘stand’ on USP Saga to be made known today

    BY BARNABAS MANEBONA SOLOMON Islands Government (SIG) ‘position’ on the University of the South Pacific (USP) saga will be made known today. Towards call made by...

    More female students receive Pre-Service Scholarships

    Most of the female students will pursue Bachelor, Diploma and certificates at Solomon Islands National University, USP Honiara campus, regional universities in Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea,...

    Council of Trade Union eyes SINU

    BY BARNABAS MANEBONA THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) saga has now caught the attention of the Solomon Islands Council of Trade Unions (SICTU). SICTU says...

    Grade 6 exam likely to phase out by 2019

    BY BARNABAS MANEBONA THE Grade 6 National Examination known as the Solomon Islands Secondary Entrance (SISE) is highly likely to be phased out by 2019. Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development...

    MEHRD finalises updated covid-19 plan

    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO MINISTRY Of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) has finalised its updated overall national plan for Coronavairus-19 (COVID-19) preparedness, response and recovery plan.