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Women discuss gender equality

THIRTY stakeholders from across government, civil society organisations and development partners attended a one-day consultation to discuss the challenges and achievements in implementing the Government’s national gender equality and women’s development policy.

Forum leaders to talk West Papua

PACNEWS - INCREASED regional awareness of alleged violence and human rights violations in West Papua has convinced the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat’s Specialist Sub-Committee on Regionalism (SSCR) to recommend that it becomes one of the five priority issues to be the agenda of the Pacific Forum Leaders when they meet in Papua New Guinea next month.

Catholic mothers to celebrate important feast day

Next week Catholic Christian mothers throughout Solomon Islands will have an important celebration of catholic women and feast day.

Tangarare women prepare for big event

Catholic women of Tangarare Parish in West Guadalcanal are in full strength preparing for the big day set for next week.

No offer to Ifunaoa

CLUB Champions Western United has apologized to Solomon Warriors management about an Island Sun article which stated that United has an offer for Warriors striker Dennis Ifunaoa to lure him to the club.

Japan helps NOCSI

The Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) through the Japanese Embassy in Honiara has donated 50 judo uniforms to the National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) at the Japanese Embassy Head office in Honiara yesterday.

Fiji FA names Krishna

Suva (Fiji Times) - NEW ZEALAND-based striker Roy Krishna will lead Fiji in friendly internationals matches against Tonga and American Samoa.

Star in the making

IPSWICH, (POST COURIER) - Surrounded by incredibly loud noise, Ipswich-based sprinter Miriam Peni did her home country Papua New Guinea proud.

RWC focus: Fiji Rugby Union boss

SUVA, ( FIJI TIMES)  - The Vodafone Flying Fijians will fly the Fiji flag in the 2015 Rugby World Cup regardless of the financial problems FRU faces to send the team to England.

Flying Fijians threat: Serevi

TORONTO , (FIJI SUN) - Fiji 7s great Waisale Serevi believes the Vodafone Flying Fijians will make serious noise come the Rugby World Cup in England next month.