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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Wood tops SI export to NZ

BY BEN BILUA Gizo WOOD remains top of Solomon...

NZ to support tourism here

A funding arrangement of NZD$550,000 (SBD$2.8m) to...

Call to upgrade rundown Maluu nursing facilities

BY SAMIE WAIKORI Auki THE Ministry of Health and...

APTC training gives Monica a job in Australia

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Gaining an internationally recognised qualification expands employment prospects for Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) graduates seeking employment in international labour markets.  APTC graduates like Monica Wale from the Solomon Islands see value in pursuing Technical...

Students call for fairness

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ABOUT 26 students from Malaita Province doing their bachelor programmes under SIG scholarships at Solomon Islands National University (SINU) call for “fairness” from the government. This after the National Scholarship Division (NSD) at Solomon Islands...

Ministry to meet airfares of terminated students: PS Rodie

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By EDDIE OSIFELO MINISTRY of Education and Human Resources will meet the airfares of the six terminated students in Philippines. Permanent Secretary, Dr Franco Rodie confirmed this after the terminated were worried that government would not...

Parents eagerly wait for school results

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA PARENTS, guardians and students are anxious to know the placements for forms four, six and seven. However, the ministry of education is silent. No one is working in its offices. Deputy Secretary of the...

Zobule: scholars have obligation to contribute to society

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BY CHARLES KADAMANA Every Scholar has the moral obligation to contribute to society which can make a difference to the world and improve life. This was highlighted by Dr Alphaeus Zobule guest of honour at the...

Schools to remain closed: Rodie

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BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO SCHOOLS in the country will still remain closed as the emergency period is extended another four months. This was revealed to Island Sun on Tuesday 14th April by Franco Rodie, Permanent Secretary...

Debt choke

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Private students top SINU’s unpaid tuition fees By Alfred Sasako THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) is owed about $48 million in unpaid tuition fees with more than half the amount owed by private students, it was revealed yesterday. Insiders...

Govt provides additional $5000 to students in Fiji

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By EDDIE OSIFELO MINISTRY of Education and Huma Resources has allocated an additional $5000 (1373 FJD) to government sponsored students in Fiji. This is part of the government’s assistance to support the students as Fiji records...

Law of the jungle

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-Togamana hits back at lecturers and staff of SINU that process must be followed to remove Vice Chancellor Chand -Lectures and Staff of SINU demand removal of VC By EDDIE OSIFELO SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) Council...

Schools to benefit from new Israeli biogas system

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MAIN national secondary schools across the country will benefit from an Israeli-designed Home BioGas System. This new system is expected to significantly reduced their costs in purchasing gas for their cooking. Israeli consul in Solomon Islands...