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JFK stadium opening

After five years of waiting a date has been announced for the opening of the JFK Football Stadium in Gizo, Western Province.

Netball action continues

THE Honiara Netball Association league mid-week matches continued, Wednesday at the Lawson Tama netball courts with two entertaining games.

Guadalcanal, Central to semi

GUADALCANAL and Central Provinces have booked their spot for semi-final matches of the SIFF womens U16 Invitational championship currently taking place at the SIFF Academy.

3x3 teams prepare for debut

Solomon Island will send a men’s and women’s 3x3 basketball squad to compete at the ever first ever FIBA Oceania 3x3 Open Zone Championship in Southport, Gold Coast, Australia.

SIAFL set to host Big Meat Pie

With the AFL season coming to a close, Solomon Islands AFL (SIAFL) has begun preparations for its annual ‘Big Meat Pie’ which will be hosted at Tenaru secondary school on Saturday the 26th of September 2015.

West to stage netball

Western netball association (WNA) is planning to organise a netball competition next month to select a squad for the upcoming end year national netball championship in Noro.

Rewa books PC spot

Suva (Fiji Times) - Champions Rewa has not only won the 2015 Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants but the side has also booked a spot in the 2015 Pacific Cup which will be played in New Zealand this year.

$2000 bribe exposed

Dear Editor - THE exposure by Magistrate Jimmy Hanahunu of the alleged $2,000 bribe by Jefter Tuhagenga that appeared in the front page of the Solomon Star issue No.5942 of Thursday 6 August, 2015 is in no way convincing that Hanahunu and his sister adviser Esther Lellapitu are honest and ethical as the article implied as I quote from the reporter’s pen, “Jimmy Hanahunu, who is the responsible officer for civil cases, decided to go public to send a message to the community that bribery is a crime that officials like him will not tolerate.”

Healthy environment, healthy life

Dear Editor – Most often we ignore the fact that our surrounding predetermines our living.

Matchbox or better?

Dear Editor – I applaud the Honiara City Council's vision to improve the image of Honiara by demolishing the first stretch of buildings along the Pt. Cruz shoreline.