GOV’T ASKED TO APPROACH TEACHER ISSUES POSITIVELY

Sibc News- January 15, 2015

SINTA General Secretary Samson Faisi speaking at the SINTA AGM. Photo credit: SIBC. The Solomon Islands National Teachers Association (SINTA) has asked the Democratic Coalition ... Read More

GOV’T CALLED ON TO SET UP MORE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS

Sibc News- January 15, 2015

Students at the Don Bosco Technical Institute in Honiara. Photo credit: infoans.org The Government must set up more vocational schools to cater for the country's ... Read More

H.C.C COUNCILLORS INDUCTED

Sibc News- January 15, 2015

City Mayor Alference Inoga Fatai (left) and the Chairman of LCC Francis Cecil Luza (right) after the Induction. Photo credit: HCC. Honiara City Councillors (HCC) ... Read More

2014 AUDIT REPORT UNIMPRESSIVE: COMMUNITY LEADER

Sibc News- January 15, 2015

The Audit Report 2014. Photo credit: SIBC. The audit reports for 2011 to 2012 was very unimpressive to the people of Solomon Islands says a ... Read More

SOLOMON’S U-17 STARTS CAMPAIGN WITH CONVINCING WIN

Sibc News- January 15, 2015

Solomon Islands players congratulate each other after. Photo credit: OFC. Solomon Islands begins its OFC U-17 Championship campaign on a convincing 10- 1 goals against ... Read More

NINE-YEAR-OLD BOY GONE MISSING AFTER FISHING TRIP

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

A Royal Solomon Islands Police Force cap. Photo credit: SIBC. Guadalcanal police are continuing its search for a nine-year-old boy who went missing, after a ... Read More

WHARVES UPGRADE COMPLETED

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

The completed Atoifi Wharf in East Malaita. Photo credit: www.nawae.com.pg Upgrades on a number of wharves across the country have been successfully completed. These include ... Read More