THE Board of Directors of the Melanesia Holdings Limited (MHL) trading as Provincial Press (PP) at its meeting on 31st May 2016, approved a 20% dividend to the shareholders being the ACOM Trust Board INC. owning 99% of the share and 1% the Archbishop of Melanesia. This relate to the company making an net operating profit of more than million dollars in 2015
Primary school students of St. Nicholas College will enjoy the use of their brand new multimillion dollar two -storey classroom when they return for the fourth term on 26 September after it was officially dedicated and opened as part of school’s anniversary celebration on Friday 16th September at the Primary compound.
One of the renowned Anglican Church of Melanesia owned schools, SAINT NICHOLAS COLLEGE, celebrated its 31st anniversary for Kindergarten, 30 years for Primary and 20 years anniversary for the Secondary strand on Friday 16th 2015 at the school compound.
THE Community of the Sisters of the Church (CSC) has organized a very successful awareness program on Gender Violence for Guadalcanal Beach Resort Henderson (GBR) Community, east Honiara on Sunday night. (28th/ 08/ 2016).
AROUND a hundred Mothers Union (MU) members and Girls Friendly Society (GFS) members within the Diocese of Central Melanesia and Selwyn College came together to mark the Annunciation day at Vura parish on Saturday the 9th of April 2016.
A piece of message recorded at the sharing by Bishop Willie Pwaisiho who preached at the feast of annunciation celebrated by Mothers Union members and Girls Friendly Socity on Saturday 9th April 2016 at the Transfiguration church -Vura parish, Diocese of Central Melanesia.
MORE than ten Members of Parliament are attending a three day Training Workshop program that commenced on Monday despite their very busy schedules.
The Province of the Anglican Church of Melanesia that includes Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and part of New Caledonia made a farewell liturgical service marking the official retirement of the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia the Most Reverend David Vunagi yesterday Sunday 6th Sept. 2015.
Twenty Three Literacy Teachers has successfully completed a week long Literacy Teachers’ Training held at the Mothers Union hall, All Saints area in the Diocese of Central Melanesia from 27th April to the 1st of May 2015.
“The CHURCH must bring about Transformation in the life of people” Archbishop David Vuinagi of the Anglican Church of Melanesia made the statement in his opening address to a six days Alcohol Awareness and Dry Out workshop held at the All Saints hall yesterday morning (Monday 8th June 2014).