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Wednesday, June 16, 2021

    The man behind Buri CHS

    BY BEN BILUAGizo ROBY Paul is described by others as a super hero, a visionary person and a man full of concern towards shaping better human resource for the future of his community, his province...

    ‘Education opportunities not fair in Solomon Islands’

    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA PRIVILEGE to tertiary education tends to be entrenched in a privilege belonging to the elite, a report shows. According to the United Nation Development Programme’s 2018 report on Solomon Islands Youth Status...

    Call for bosses to step down

    It is happening at SINU, Our Telekom and …   By Alfred Sasako   THEY were once seen as “saviour” of institutions they were recruited to administer. These institutions are national icons, but none is headed by a...

    New police recruits learn English grammar

    By Jeremiah Lloyd Dauara ONE of the primary responsibilities of a police officer is to do formal investigations into criminal and civil cases and write formal statements or reports. This responsibility, of course, requires a good...

    ‘Where’s our allowance?’

    SINU SIG-students urge gov’t to pay up By EDDIE OSIFELO ABOUT 1,055 government-sponsored students at Solomon Islands National University (SINU) are calling on the Ministry of Finance and Treasury to settle their second semester allowances. The students...

    Scholarship awards before semester 2

    BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO SCHOLARSHIP awards for successful students will be issued before semester two, says Director National Scholarship Division (NSD) 2021. Director Curtis Kalu yesterday said: “We have explained this over and over again previously...

    SINU council refers VC visa rejection to court

    By EDDIE OSIFELO SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) Council through its legal counsel has lodged an application to the High Court for a judicial review over the visa issues involving Vice Chancellor Dr Ganesh Chand...


    Student ‘seriously’ wounded in school, education ministry investigates BY JARED KOLI The Ministry of Education and Human Resources (MEHRD) will investigate a recent incident in which a grade-one student of St Nicholas primary was ‘seriously injured’. This...

    Exam classes need to resume today: PS Rodie

    By EDDIE OSIFELO MINISTRY of Education and Human Resources has seen the need to resume exam classes mainly forms 3,5,6 and 7 living outside the Emergency zones and high risk areas. Permanent Secretary, Dr Franco Rodie...

    Beulah PSS brace for worst case scenario

    BY BEN BILUAGizo BEULAH Provincial Secondary School has braced itself as future prediction of COVID-19 remains uncertain. The school has turned back time by introducing the old system and practice where students will be distributed into...