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STUDENTS WARNED

September 21st, 2020
For allegedly breaching hotel rules By FOLLET ...

BLAST KILLS EXPATS

September 21st, 2020
TWO foreign nationals have lost their lives ...

Miners eye SI

September 20th, 2020
MINING companies are tussling to get their hands ...

Gold Ridge Mining ...

September 20th, 2020
The ownership of Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) ...

SI-China relation ...

September 20th, 2020
SOLOMON Islands and the People’s Republic of ...

Youths have high ...

September 20th, 2020
Most young people that are infected with COVID 19 ...

IS MALAITA PUNISHED?

September 20th, 2020
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Gov’t prioritizes ...

September 20th, 2020
Regardless of the onslaught of criticisms and bad ...

Tina River Project ...

September 20th, 2020
HONIARA, (SOL GOVT) - Local firm Pasifiki HR has ...

PM welcomes Chinese ...

September 20th, 2020
Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has officially ...
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Pool games set to kick off

FOLLOWING consultation with the organisers of the 2015 Malaita 32nd anniversary cup, soccer matches will now played in pool games and not as knock-outs.

England set up Australia meeting

SYDNEY, (BBC SPORT) - England beat Samoa 85-34 to finish top of Pool B at the Netball World Cup.

Fiji 7s team sets Rio target

SUVA, (FIJI TIMES) - The Fiji National 7s side is keen on defending their World Sevens Series title but their focus will be projected towards procuring a gold medal at next year's Olympic Games.

Jamaica the big threat to the Diamonds, says coach Roselee Jencke

SYDNEY, (SMH) - Leading ANZ Netball Championship coach Roselee Jencke​, a key figure in Australia's last home world title success 24 years ago, rates Jamaica ahead of New Zealand and a much-hyped England as the biggest threat to a repeat Diamonds triumph in Sydney.

Solomon soccer at Pacific Games

Dear Editor - I would like to make few comments concerning the recent participation and performance of our soccer team during the pacific game.

Point Cruz demolition to start

Dear Editor - The above article on your paper is a harmonious melody to my ears as far as the Honiara's Central Business District (CBD) is concerned.

Is it a support payment?

IN a media release this week the Special Secretary to Prime Minister (SSPM) Rence Sore made an attempt to justify to the public  that the $3.7 Million payment Government made to the  owners of Sun Express was a financial support.

$3.7M support payment

Dear Editor - I am writing to express my personal views after reading  PM's Special Secretary's comments in regard to the recent  government payout to Breakwater Cafe owners which appeared is Star issue No. 5942.

Rejection and success

Dear Editor - Although not directly related issues, two articles in the local Solomon Island’s media caught my attention during last week. The first article referred to the reported failure of 28 students to meet their academic studies at the University of the South Pacific and would be returning home.

Here it comes...

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