TSI CALLS FOR FAIRNESS OVER SCHOLARSHIPS

Quoting Radio New Zealand 05-Mar-2019

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands (TSI) has called for greater transparency in the National Training Committee (NTC) and National Training Unit (NTU)

A FIRST EVER CT SCAN FOR THE SOLOMONS NRH IN THE OFFING WITH GENEROUS DONOR HELP

Quoting Radio New Zealand 05-Mar-2019

Solomon Islands National Referral Hospital (NRH) seems to be a step closer to getting its first CT scan thanks to an Australian philanthropist who is

BAUXITE MINE WORKERS LEFT WITHOUT WAGES

Quoting Radio New Zealand 05-Mar-2019

This came after MV Solomon Traders had wrecked on Kangava Bay on February 4, which resulted in a oil spills and a huge man-made disaster on the island

UK MUSIC ENSEMBLE STRIVING TO HELP THE SOLOMONS PIANO ASSOCIATION AND ITS YOUNG MUSICIANS

Quoting Radio New Zealand 05-Mar-2019

I am very pleased to be able to tell readers in the Solomon Islands that the Dionysus Ensemble in the UK, closely affiliated with the Commonwealth Ins

80 TONNES OF OIL SPILLING OUT FROM STRICKEN SHIP

Quoting Radio New Zealand 04-Mar-2019

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“The oil spill in Rennell is now estimated to be 80 tonnes, as of yesterday, according to the Solomon Islands government. Latest aerial photos

FURTHERING HUMAN RIGHTS IN FIJI

Quoting Radio New Zealand 04-Mar-2019

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“The Fiji government has urged its people to report any human rights violations to the relevant authorities.

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