Monthly Archives: November 2020

Youths to Hold Dialogue on fb Suspension

BY ALEX DADAMU – Sunday Isles A dialogue between ‘Changemakers’ will be streamed Live on facebook via the ‘Youth Online Campaign – Solomon Islands (YOCSI) facebook page at 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm on Thursday, 26 November. According to a YOCSI statement, Young Entrepreneurs, Advocates, Youth Innovators, Activists, Artists and others will come together in […]

Efona Wins Central Honiara By-election

BY MIKE TUA – Sunday Isles THE anticipated by-election result in Central Honiara Constituency has concluded, with Alfred Efona of United Party winning the parliamentary seat. Conducted under the first past the post voting system, the election counting went down to elimination. Efona edged Gordon Darcy Lilo of Solomon Islands Party for Rural Advancement who […]

Mother of Three who walks 3hrs to cast a single ballot

By, Maverick Peter Seda Observing the By-Election in North East Guadalcanal at Papae Polling station (In the Highland of North East Guadalcanal Constituency), I had a chance to talk with a Mother of three children who walked three hours through muddy mountain roads to cast a single ballot. “For Me, I cast my ballot not […]

Youth Vote with high hope

By, Maverick Peter Seda Young People in Papae who cast their vote on by-election polling day at Papae Polling Station said they cast their vote with high hope. “We decided to walk side by side as brothers, today we cast our votes with higher hope. Higher hope for better education, good road access, and also […]

Statement by Peter Kenilorea jnr on the proposed ban on Facebook

Statement by Peter Kenilorea jnr on the proposed ban on Facebook. If true, the planned ban or suspension of FB by Cabinet is a direct and brazen assault on the freedom of expression in Solomon Islands which is guaranteed by the country’s own national constitution . In making this decision, instead of protecting this fundamental […]

‘United in frustration’

Young climate activists create global Mock COP26 to drive climate action and challenge world leaders to do betterSolomon Islands climate activist, Belyndar Rikimani to join more than 350 fellow delegates from 145 countries for two-week virtual climate conference  19 November – 01 December 2020 ● Belyndar Rikimani a 23-year-old climate activist from Solomon Islands will be […]


The President of Malaita Provincial Youth Council visited potential sites for noni farming in Fiu, Central Kwara’ae and Kwaibala, Auki last week. A village leaders at Fiu village, Walter said he is happy to engage the youths in Noni Farming. “Noni grows wild here and the soil is suitable for it, it is good news […]

Lucky Day for Young David

By, Maverick Peter Seda After hours of waiting patiently for Soltuna Staff to announce the lucky winner for the first prize which is a brand-new Toyota Caldina, David Kaua finally drove away from the lucky draw venue with a brand-new Toyota Calinda. It was really emotional for this Young man the moment when SolTuna staff […]

MAL, MARA signs MoU

By, Lesley Sanga – Rural News The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock early this week signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the Malaita government. The MoU was for the MAL and Malaita provincial government to work together this area to help the people of the province. Speaking during the signing, Minister Senley Filualea said that […]

Tai people urge to get ready for development

By, Lesley Sanga – Rural News The Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani is urging people of Tai in west Are’are to prepare for the developments. Suidani uttered this when he briefly touched on the 25Million that USA is said to give Solomon Islands focusing on Malaita province.”Let me explain and clarify any doubts in your […]

New Zealand High Commissioner Host A Dinner With The Malaita Provincial Youth Council Executive

The New Zealand High Commissioner Her Excellency Georgina Roberts and Development Program Coordinator Berris Olitisa this evening hosted a dinner with the Malaita Provincial Youth Council Executive at Auki Lodge Restaurant. The Malaita Provincial Youth Council Executive that presents at the dinner are; President Phillip Subu, Vice President Jason Oihanua, and Treasurer Elizabeth Oge. Her […]

Polomuhu Kava farmers end basic training

By, Lesley Sanga – Rural News More than hundred Kava farmers of Polomuhu and surrounding communities on Ngella Islands complete a basic Kava training over the weekend. The training was organized by few individuals, Ngella Forum of Ngella province and supported by Ngella provincial government through Agriculture Extension and facilitated by Malaita Kava Revolution Movement […]

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