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Matangiki end on high note

Despite the challenges Matangiki rugby team faces over the months they managed to overcome Avaiki with 15-6 on Tuesday.

Water shortage affects sports day

Alota’a secondary school sports day has been cancelled by the school sports master yesterday in Auki, Malaita due to water shortage.

MEDHR might face forfeiture

The ministry of education soccer team is likely to face forfeiture after reports of fielding a player from another ministry.

Youth Market boosts skills of youths here

YOUTH taking part in the Youth Market are taking their products, goods and services up to the next level.

Youths working on DVD

WORK is currently underway for the production of a DVD clip featuring various Adventist singing youth groups within the White River Adventist Church in west Honiara.

More PNG firms investing here

MORE than 20 Papua New Guinea (PNG) companies are operating in the Solomon Islands as part of the two countries continuous strengthening of relationship in terms of trade and investment.

Strong lead for Fiji's Bainimarama

RNZI: The party of Fiji's prime minister Frank Bainimarama holds a commanding lead based on provisional results in the country's landmark election.

Rugby 7s team gets support from Our Telekom

The Solomon Islands national team for the upcoming rugby competition in Australia has been boosted with a timely support from Our Telekom yesterday with a cheque of $41,200.

Alota’a,futsal champ

Alota’a school (primary division) snatched the top prize for futsal after defeating Sinasu B (Ambu primary) in a tough final at Auki primary school (APS) field, last Saturday.

Marist, Kingz ends in draw

The final match between Marist and Malaita Kingz ended in a draw last Sunday.