Archaeologists find huge amounts of lithic products in East Are’Are

  The Solomon Islands National Museum (SINM) is proposing a special exhibition for materials excavated from a site at Apunirereha, East Are’Are in Malaita Province. These materials were excavated under an archaeological cooperation project between the Solomon Islands National Museum (SINM) and the Commission for Archaeology of Non-European Cultures of the German Archaeological Institute which started…

Malaita qualifies for $11.2m funding

Malaita Province will benefit from $11,215,275.00 million after qualifying again for the Provincial Capacity Development fund (PCDF) 2016. Provincial Premier, Peter Ramohia relayed this on the National Malaitans social media forum. “It is my pleasure to let everyone on this forum knows that Malaita Province has qualified for PCDF again this year for $11,215,275.00,” he…

East Malaita constituency gets new machinery

East Malaita constituency will no longer have difficulties to hire machines to do road maintenance within their area. Yesterday, Parliament Member for East Malaita Constituency and acting Prime Minster Manasseh Maelanga handed over a new brand excavator machine worth $1.58 million to the constituency in Honiara.  “This machine is purposely for East Malaita constituency,” Mr…

Waisisi CHS gets computers from Georgia government

Waisisi Community High School in Malaita Province became the 11th recipient of computers which were generously donated by the Georgian Government to the people of Solomon Islands. On Friday, the School’s principal Mr. Christian Sao’ia took delivery of two new computers which were donated by the Georgian Government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and…

SIG to stage healing, apology week

A WEEK-LONG national healing and apology programme will be conducted in Solomon Islands, Honiara starting on Thursday 30 June 2016. The programme, spearheaded by the national government (SIG), will bring Malaita and Guadalcanal provinces to say sorry to each other over the killings and hatred that took place during the ethnic tension. Prime Minister Manasseh…

Australia assist Mt Alasa’a communities with water tanks

AUSTRALIA is helping communities on Mt Alasa’a in Central Kwara’ae, Malaita Province access clean drinking water by providing twenty water tanks. The Mt Alasa’a Community Water Tank Project has provided 1,209 people with access to clean drinking water through the construction of 20 water tanks across twelve communities as well as the Busurata Community High…