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High school rugby sets to kick off

Secondary school students within Honiara will have another opportunity to expose their rugby skills when Credit Corporation High School 15s competition kicks off this coming weekend.

Rugby Plus programme set to roll

The Rugby Plus group is currently in the country led by the former Wallaby Illi Tabua to run rugby promotion programmes.

Taiwan to donate soccer balls to SIFF

Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) will receive a timely donation of footballs from Taiwan this week.

G-camp aims to retain position

Honiara Football Association (HFA) division 2 runners up, G-Camp, aims to maintain their current position as second round of the soccer competition sets to kick off.

Auki matches cancelled due to poor field condition

Matches in the Our Telekom sponsored soccer league in Auki, Malaita, were cancelled yesterday due to poor field condition.

PNG investor eyes Gold Ridge mine

A Papua New Guinea investor is reportedly eying to purchase the Gold Ridge mine in central Guadalcanal, and create a joint venture with landowners.

Church donates blood to hospital

Church members of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of Solomon Islands recently donated to the low level of the Blood Bank at National Referral Hospital (NRH) in Honiara.

Growing demand for [email protected]

The demand for the [email protected] internship programme is growing rapidly, says Programme Manager Sandra Bartlett.

An appeal to Gov’t

Dear Editor – The website www.solomonislandsinfocus.com which I established just two months ago to support the Solomon Islands and to try to aid charitable causes has had a wide local and international following and prompted a good deal of feedback from people of all backgrounds and social status in the Solomon Islands in particular.

Composition of PEC

Dear Editor – The Parliamentary Entitlements Commission (PEC) would like to briefly respond and clarify some incorrect statements made by the Solomon Star regarding PEC Membership as published in its newspaper issue # 5798 of Friday 17th April, 2015.