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Pacific leaders push for more funds to combat extreme weather

RADIO AUSTRALIA: Pacific leaders have launched a global campaign to improve weather forecasting and climate services for small island nations.

ABC: Ewen McKenzie chuckles when he recalls the baptism of fire in international coaching he underwent last year when Australia took on New Zealand in back-to-back Tests to open the Rugby Championship.

Twin sisters to lead girls’ basketball

The Solomon Islands girl’s U19 basketball squad will be boosted with the inclusion of the twin sisters Maya and Nefertiti Van Den Heever.

Gizo netball gets support

The Heritage Park Hotel has come to the support of Gizo netball association by availing their premier venue, the Club HP for the association to conduct its fundraising this evening starting at 6pm.

Fijians beat visitors in friendly

Fiji Times: The Fiji Invitational netball side defeated the visiting Singapore team 65-43 during their friendly match on Monday night at the FMF Gymnasium.

Fiji 7s Rugby Coach Ryan to miss Youth Olympics

Fiji Times: The Fiji 7s team to the Youth Olympic Games to be held in Nanjing, China will travel without their mentor Ben Ryan.

Black Ferns stunned by Ireland at World Cup

NZ Herald: The world champion Black Ferns have been stunned by Ireland 17-14 at the Women's Rugby World Cup in France Wednesday morning.

Rugby and Rio 2016 celebrate two years to go

IRB: With two years to go until Rugby Sevens makes its Olympic Sevens debut at Rio 2016, Brazilian boys and girls are getting into Rugby in record numbers.

360 Discovery back on service

After weeks of suspending its services fast craft 360 Discovery is now back in service after a new engine was replaced.

Pastor happy to get connected

A pastor of the Revival fellowship Centre of Dala north in West Kwara’ae, Malaita province has acknowledged Our Telekom for the launching of a new mobile tower in the area allowing the villages to get connected to the outside world through their mobiles.