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Westpac installs horizontal sliding flood plank barrier

WESTPAC Fiji has installed horizontal sliding flood plank barriers at its Nadi branch to protect its property and increase the ability to serve customers during flooding.

Mamula bows out, No hope for U19

All hopes for the Solomon Island National U19 soccer team, Mamula to advance further and finish top of the Oceania U20 championship dashed after they conceded a 3-1 defeat to the determined New Caledonian side on Tuesday in Suva.

Development in West Kwaio


DEAR EDITOR – As our country draws near to the general election 2014, West Kwaio has come through a journey of development.

60 percent of log export earnings

DEAR EDITOR – Would you spare me a space in your letter to the editor’s column to make few comments on your article about FAMOA wanted 60 percent of log export earnings that was published on Friday 23rd May 2014.

The bech-de-mer case must be resolved

WE acknowledge the excellent job the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) are doing to keep law and order in our country.

Poor bus service

DEAR EDITOR – It was around 8:30am the other day I boarded a bus registered number AB9010 at Tamlan School heading east ward after dropping off my kids at Tamlan School.

CPO of South Choiseul constituency

DEAR EDITOR – It would be great, if you could allow me space in your paper to express my opinion on the above title.

Do or die

The Solomon Islands National U19 men’s soccer team cannot afford to lose or even draw any of its three remaining match.

Berets and Isa continue wins

Green Berets and Isa Purple have continued with their second win in the Honiara Netball Association (HNA) Netball League Proper’s premier division.

Hekari wins 9th NSL Title

MRDC Hekari United raced to their ninth National Soccer League title after defeating Lae FC 3-0 in a final that was abandoned mid-way into the second half due to poor crowd behavior and field invasion by Lae supporters.