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Friday, December 3, 2021

    Youth groups end successful tour in Western province.

    Two youth-driven campaigns Side By Side Movement and U-REPORT successfully completed a joint weeklong learning exchange in the Western Province marking the start of a mash-up learning event for young leaders of Honiara and...

    SOSA gives back $645,000 to Selwyn College

    Selwyn Old Scholars Association (SOSA) and students have raised $645,000 through its fundraising activities coincide with the 50th Golden Jubilee celebration of their school.As part of celebrating the 50th Golden Jubilee the school body...

    Gauging how many children are not in school

    Recently, READ SI Director, Joyce Boykin, and members of Rotaract, a youth service NGO, met to discuss surveying settlements to see how many children are not in school. Along with the numbers of children who...

    Concert to raise funds for Tenakoga school

    A gospel concert will be held this Sunday in aid of Tenakoga school which lost a classroom building to a fire earlier this month.The concert will be hosted at the Maranatha Hall.It is made...

    St Joseph Tenaru’s feat

    ONE of the country’s leading secondary education institutions, St Joseph Tenaru, on Saturday received a special book which was launched to mark the school’s 75th anniversary.The book, titled ‘Sacrifice and Leadership’, documents commentaries and...

    Selwyn College: overcoming 50 years of challenges

    BY CHARLES KADAMANASelwyn College has survived the ravages of time to remain one of the important education institutions in the country for the past 50 years.This was highlighted by Governor General Sir David Vunagi...

    GG leads hundreds of SOSA members in historic Walk Back to SELCO.

    Hundreds of Selwyn College Old Scholars Association (SOSA) members walked nearly two kilometers to their old school on west Guadalcanal to witness the unveiling of the college’s Golden Jubilee Monument by the Governor-General, Sir...

    Struggling without a father

    By BEN BILUAGizoWe watch them on movies, read them in books and most of us sympathized for them, yet never felt it as a person who had gone through such a tough journey in...

    VIEWPOINT- Are female MPs bad as men?: TSI

    WHILST Transparency Solomon Islands supports gender balance in parliament and in public sphere, Solomon Islands continues to suffer from the impact of irresponsible, non-transparent and unaccountable national leadership. Twenty years on after the ethnic tension...

    Japan to fund classroom building for Mala school

    BY MAVIS N. PODOKOLOJAPAN will fund a new classroom building for Dala South Primary School in Malaita worth $516,000.Agreement for the funding was sealed in Honiara yesterday.Japanese Ambassador Yasuhiro Morimoto said his country is...