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Sunday, October 25, 2020

Media urged to report accurately

CHIEF Electoral Officer Jane Waetara urges media to report with facts and responsibility...
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    Malaita province dominates scholarship awards

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    BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI   MALAITA province continues to dominate the Solomon Islands Government scholarship scheme at around 50 percent of recipients each year, it is reported. Minister for Education John Dean Kuku voiced this during a dinner...

    Solomon Islands APTC alumna makes progress for women in trades

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    HELLEN Samo holds an Australian qualification from the Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) in Painting and Decorating, joining the many women unveiling their potential in Solomon Islands' trades industries. Hellen, an APTC alumna from Malaita...

    OVERSEAS STUDY CUT

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    Government to review its scholarship scheme, 50 percent to study in country as of next year   THE Ministry of Education and Human Resource will review the Solomon Islands Government Scholarship Scheme. This may mean a huge...

    Over $8million owed to SINU by 34 constituencies

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    By Gary Hatigeva WHILE members of Parliament are asking for the government through the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) to maintain the number of scholarship awards for constituencies, institutes are also asking...

    MP scholarship

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    Reduced because of poor management   By Gary Hatigeva THE number of scholarships that are given out as part of a scholarship scheme for members of Parliament (MPs), with the privilege to send out students within their...

    First proficiency Mandarin test in Sols

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    BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE FORTY-FIVE candidates have sat for the first official Mandarin proficiency test- TOCFL (Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language), Listening and Reading Test Novice level at the Solomon Islands National University...

    Country still lack access and quality education

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA SCHOOLS across Solomon Islands is yet to see much progress in accessibility and quality of education. Many schools still experience inefficient learning opportunity due to classroom space, lack of teachers and facilities. Permanent...

    Government scholarship result anytime soon

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA THE Solomon Islands Government Scholarship result is expected to be published early next month, December. Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development Mr James Bosamata said scholarship results are expected...

    Discussion to improve education system underway

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA THE Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) has met to discuss ways to improve the country’s education at all levels. The joint review meeting provides an opportunity for MEHRD and...

    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...