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US expert to lead seminar for women here

U.S. entrepreneurship expert Samira Cook Gaines will give women entrepreneurs the insight and skills they need to get ahead in business during her August 14-18 visit to Honiara.

Netters’ battles continue into round eight

The 2015 Honiara Netball Association (HNA) League enters round eight today with another 13 exciting matches scheduled for Lawson Tama Netball Courts.

HFA organises ‘School League’

THE Honiara Football Association (HFA) will be organising a school league for all interested schools within Honiara as of this month.

DCCG's pledge fulfilling: PS

PERMANENT SECRETARY of the Ministry of Home Affair says the recent handing over of the International standard Boxing Ring to the Solomon Islands Amateur Boxing Federation (SIABF) this week is a first step of fulfillment of the DCC government’s pledged to sporting federations in the country.

NOCSI acknowledges support rendered to Team Solomon

The National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands on behalf of the National Team Contingent representing the country at the XV Pacific Games in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, has express appreciation for the support rendered towards the team during their campaign in Port Moresby last month.

Judo looks for training venue

THE Solomon Islands Judo Federation is in desperately seeking venue to conduct its trainings to help prepare the team for upcoming Regional and International competitions.

School Futsal League heads into final stages

The 2015 Bulk Shop Junior Futsal League enters the quarter and semi finals, Saturday (today).

Judo acknowledges JOC assistance

PRESIDENT of the Solomon Islands Judo Federation says the recent donation of 50 sets of uniforms from the Japanese Embassy through the Japanese Olympic Committee is a milestone achievement for the Judo Federation in the country.

Sasako termination

Dear Editor – During the beginning of the year when the former PS of Mines and Energy was axed for defending his ministry amidst the controversial Bintang mining issue; Sasako as the media consultant arrogantly came out in the media and defended the DCC government decision; telling the country that the government had the power to ‘hire and fire’ its servants under any circumstances.

Magistrates up against each other

Dear Editor – I read your front page story in Friday’s paper with considerable interest.