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No offer to Ifunaoa

CLUB Champions Western United has apologized to Solomon Warriors management about an Island Sun article which stated that United has an offer for Warriors striker Dennis Ifunaoa to lure him to the club.

Japan helps NOCSI

The Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) through the Japanese Embassy in Honiara has donated 50 judo uniforms to the National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) at the Japanese Embassy Head office in Honiara yesterday.

Fiji FA names Krishna

Suva (Fiji Times) - NEW ZEALAND-based striker Roy Krishna will lead Fiji in friendly internationals matches against Tonga and American Samoa.

Star in the making

IPSWICH, (POST COURIER) - Surrounded by incredibly loud noise, Ipswich-based sprinter Miriam Peni did her home country Papua New Guinea proud.

RWC focus: Fiji Rugby Union boss

SUVA, ( FIJI TIMES)  - The Vodafone Flying Fijians will fly the Fiji flag in the 2015 Rugby World Cup regardless of the financial problems FRU faces to send the team to England.

Flying Fijians threat: Serevi

TORONTO , (FIJI SUN) - Fiji 7s great Waisale Serevi believes the Vodafone Flying Fijians will make serious noise come the Rugby World Cup in England next month.

$2,000 bribe exposed


Dear Editor – I wish to applaud Jimmy Hanahunu for his courageous exposure of bribery and stand against such malpractices.

Sore: $3.7M is support payment

Dear Editor – The above news article made me want to puke.

Where’s our water tank?

Dear Editor – Would you please allow space in your paper to voice my complaints on the above issue?

Help for the Solomons

Dear Editor – In a recent letter to the Private Views column of your newspaper I read an article which, although overall was political in nature, it did mention the current plight of the National Referral Hospital when it said (quote) “see the current state of our National Referral Hospital where patients are without beds. There is shortage of nurses, doctors, medicines and there is dire need of proper equipment’s for our people."