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PNG too strong for netters

THEY improved on their last result, but the Solomon Islands netball team have been beaten heavily again.

Volleyball teams still winless

A TOTAL of seven matches for the men’s and women’s volleyball teams have produced no victories for Solomon Islands, the latest being two defeats on Tuesday.

Police urges sea travelers to think ‘safety first’

SAFETY first, thats the advise from the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in light of the current bad weather currently being experienced in the country when traveling at sea.

First meat workers going to Australia 


IN a major milestone for Solomon Islands, meat workers have been recruited as part of the Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS) for the first time.

Axiom hits outs  at mine bosses

AXIOM Mining has hit out strongly at the minister and director for mines over the delay to issue them an export permit.

Heroau is new deputy Speaker for Malaita

MEMBERS of the Malaita Provincial Assembly have elected Joe Heroau to be their deputy speaker.

Thrower claims bronze

JEMIMAH Otoa made history on Tuesday with a bronze medal in the women’s para javelin. The event was the first of its kind at a Pacific Games tournament.

Silver in Taekwondo 

Solomon Islands Taekwondo debuted fighter Junior Fred Gwali won a silver medal at the Pacific Games in Samoa, Tuesday.


CURRENT water shortages in the city will be the subject of discussions at a meeting scheduled to take place tomorrow in Honiara.

Wale wants police to probe bribery claim

OPPOSITION leader Opposition Matthew Wale has commended Dori Tuhaika for taking the bold stance to report the alleged bribe offered to him by the Manager of Bintan Mining Company Ltd.  

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