MANENIARU ASSURED NATION OF TACKLING FISHERIES ISSUES HEAD ON

Sibc News- February 9, 2015

Honourable John Maneniaru-Minister for Fisheries and Marine Resources and MP for West Are'are. Photo credit: GCU. The Minister of Fisheries Honourable John Maneniaru has assured ... Read More

S.I.N.T.A GIVEN GOVERNMENT UNTIL MARCH 19th TO ADDRESS ISSUES

Sibc News- February 9, 2015

SINTA General Secretary Samson Faisi. Photo credit: SIBC. The Solomon Islands National Teachers Association (SINTA) has announced it has given the Government until March 19 ... Read More

S.I.N.U STUDENTS TURNED BACK AFTER ORIENTATION CANCELLED

Sibc News- February 9, 2015

The SINU official logo. Photo credit: SINU. Students at the Solomon Islands National University were told to go back this morning following the cancellation of ... Read More

JAPANESE EMBASSY IN HONIARA TO SIGN OFF WATER SUPPLY GRANT

Sibc News- February 9, 2015

Japanese flag. Photo: Photo dictionary. The Japanese government will sign a grant contract project for the improvement of water supply and sanitation for Koge community ... Read More

MAKIRA ULAWA PREPARES FOR ANOTHER BANANA FESTIVAL

Sibc News- February 9, 2015

Map of Makira Ulawa province. Photo credit: www.24point0.com Makira Ulawa Province is in full swing in its preparation for this year's Makira Banana Festival celebrations. ... Read More

GOV’T CALLED ON TO RE-INTRODUCE SPONSORING STUDENTS AT HOME

Sibc News- February 9, 2015

SIBC North Malaita stringer John Andrew Kiri. Photo credit: SIBC. A number of teachers and school leavers in Mbita'ama, North Malaita are calling on the ... Read More

D.C.C COMMITTED TO DEVELOP S.I. INTO UNIQUE TOURIST DESTINATION: PM

Sibc News- February 9, 2015

Prime Minister Sogavare with SIVB Chairman Wilson Ne'e and SIVB CEO Josefa Tuamotu after their discussions. Photo credit: OPMC. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the ... Read More