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Media urged to report accurately

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    Young people celebrate international youth day

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA YOUNG people under the Youth, Sports and Women Division of the Honiara City Council have marked the International Youth Day 2018 in a consultation workshop with Child Fund New Zealand on...

    Movements can be positive if well planned: Dr Tammy  

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    BY GEORGINA KEKEA CLIMATE change will likely increase the rate of migration in the coming decades. Speaking in the workshop on a proposed draft resettlement policy, Dr Tammy Tabe of the University of the South Pacific...

    Business training kick starts youth-led social enterprises

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    YOUNG social entrepreneurs from Malaita province advanced their ventures to address community challenges through a business training in Auki last week. The three-day training for winning teams of the Malaita Youth Peacebuilding Innovation Forum held...

    Taiwan inspection mission makes donation and tours Visale Community School

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    BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE THE Solomon Islands and Taiwan Health and Medical Services Cooperation Inspection Mission have donated school equipment to Visale Community School on Wednesday. Speaking at the donation ceremony, Mr Wei-Chou Chang, a senior...

    SINU expands network with Romania

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA   SOLOMON Islands National University has expanded its link with Romania, opening the door to any of the country’s 92 universities. On Wednesday, SINU held a brief ceremony to welcome a team of...

    Plea for support for new uni

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    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO THE archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) Reverend George Takeli has requested support towards the establishment of the John Coleridge Patterson University. Reverend Takeli made this call on Thursday during...

    Suffering patiently

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    SINU’s student body reassures no planned protest over Gov’t fund delays BY LYNTON AARON FILIA SOLOMON Islands National University Students Association (SINUSA) will not stage any protest despite government’s delay of allowances to SINU sponsored students. SINUSA...

    Allowance cut hits law students

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA SOLOMON Islands scholars studying at USP’s Emalus campus in Vanuatu are frustrated over allowance cuts which is affecting their studies and living. Some are reportedly considering deferring their studies for next year. Sources...

    Japan helps build Arnon Atomea classroom

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA THE Government of Japan has offered financial assistance in a handover ceremony yesterday to the Arnon Atomea Primary School in Malaita province. The assistance will go towards developing Arnon Atomea’s new classroom...

    Team Vasuni insistent on extension completion for kids

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    BY BARNABAS MANEBONA A kindergarten extension is underway near Tulaghi’s Smoking Residential area. This is purposely to prevent children from walking long distances to the other side of the island to access education. Central Islands Province...