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Sunday, October 25, 2020

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    ‘We’re with Pal

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    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...

    CE Fox concludes academic year on high note

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    BY GEORGINA KEKEA LAND disputes have greatly affected Charles Elliot Fox Memorial School in Sa’a, Small Malaita. Students’ performance were said to be affected over the last eighteen years. However, it is not all doom and...

    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...

    Where is the ‘Fee Free’ policy?

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    By Mike Puia THIS is a question most parents ask at the beginning of each year since 2009. Footing school fees for one or a couple of kids are stressful, especially after the Christmas and New...

    Slow start to classes

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    By EDDIE OSIFELO IT was slow start for exam classes, mainly forms 3,5,6 and 7 outside of Honiara, Guadalcanal, Noro, Munda, Choiseul bay and Shortland Islands, which were supposed...

    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...

    MPs LOSE DEAL

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    SINU no longer accept MPs funding arrangement, G-province tops list   BY GEORGINA KEKEA AS of 2019, Solomon Islands National University (SINU) will no longer accept any sponsorship of students through Constituency Funding arrangements from MPs. In a...

    Council of Trade Union eyes SINU

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    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...

    King George VI 2017 merit awards

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    BY ALICE NANTARA KING George Sixth National Secondary School yesterday held a low-profile event to award its scholars merit awards. More than 400 students crowded the school assembly hall yesterday to receive their merit awards according...

    New story books for Solomon Islands schools launched

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    BY BARNABAS MANEBONA THE Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) yesterday launched a series of story books that will add to the collection of teaching and learning resources for students in classrooms. Handing over...