School matters making the local news

Frank Short 17-May-2022

The Government should consider providing school fee subsidy for rural-based schools in light of the financial struggle and economic situation facing t

A claim the rate of cancer in people from 15 to 39 that has gone up almost 30% since the 1980s, sending a signal to the Solomon Islands

Frank Short 17-May-2022

The American Cancer Society has said in that age group, breast cancer is the most common cancer type for women, and testicular cancer in men.

Australia’s ongoing support for the Solomon Islands evidenced in a review of today’s local newspapers

Frank Short 16-May-2022

Contrary to the view of some pundits in Australia in the lead up to a General Election in that country the news locally is that Australia is continuin

Climate change, an existential threat to the Pacific nations

Frank Short 16-May-2022

Tuvalu fears that climate change, an existential threat to the Pacific nation, is being forgotten and it worries that fellow island nations could beco

Prediabetes linked to higher heart attack risk in young adults and the importance of screening in the SI

Frank Short 16-May-2022

I share the following news from Associated Press with the MHMS/NRH in the SI in view of the high degree of diabetes affecting young and hold in t

What happen to the CITREC programme for Malaita?

Frank Short 16-May-2022

A local resident prompted the following to story to be published in the Island land Sun newspaper, and I quote the article in full.

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