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SOLOMON Islands is taking part in Youth Leadership Program in Korea.

Local scoop double in Vanuatu

A Solomon Islands student studying at St. Patricks College in Penama Province, Vanuatu has scooped two awards at an annual weeklong Penama Inter Secondary Association (PISSA) games.

OPMC Bullets heads west to test strength for Inter-Ministry games

The Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet soccer team, the OPMC Bullets, has taken a new initiative to enhance people to people interaction and friendship through sports.

Futsal awaits nod from SIFF

Kurukuru coach wants early preparations

Sheer hard work paid off: SOSA coach

The coach of SOSA the newly crowned Honiara Netball Association (HNA) Netball League champions, Shalom Akao says she was impressed with her team’s performance.

Aqorau: Tuna Commission must address high seas fishing

A NEW newly released stock assessment that shows bigeye tuna is being over-fished underlines why the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) must take decisive action at its December annual meeting to reduce further reductions in bigeye mortality.

Scientists: Pacific big eye tuna population in steep decline

SCIENTISTS have released new assessments of tuna populations in the western and central Pacific Ocean, and the results include several troubling developments for the world’s largest tuna fishing grounds.

PNA hailed for tuna efforts

PEW, Greenpeace and World Wide Fund (WWF) have congratulated the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) for their increased commitments to the sustainable management of their tuna fisheries.

PNA chief says killings on high seas a 'tragedy'

THE head of one of the region's key fishing agencies, the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA), says he has witnessed clashes at sea over fishing but nothing as tragic as the killing of several men on the high seas, portrayed in a Youtube video Monday.

Minister urges landowners to sort out Gwaunaru’s airport issue

GWAUNARU’U airport has been closed for quiet sometime now and efficient air transport to Auki has been paralysed affecting the traveling mass.