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Lai: My OFC appointment important

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) William Lai says his inclusion to the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Executive is important for Solomon Islands Football.

GP malaria supports rugby 7s

The country’s national rugby sevens squad yesterday received 17 mosquito nets as they remain in camp in preparation for the Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea next month.

Ronia slams budget claim

Dear Editor – In Star No. 5834 I raised a concern over the press release in which SIG Media Consultant, Alfred Sasako, was boastful about the “A Major Economic Victory” which the DCCG had achieved during the first quarter of this year.

HCC tender board

Dear Editor – Reading through the article on the Saturday 30th May 2015 in the Island Sun newspaper gives me a lot of questions about the heading “Public call City Mayor to clarify legality of the HCC Central Tender board”.

Immigration hiccup

Dear Editor – Please editor allow me space to kindly call on the Director of Immigration to clearly clarify the piece of legislation regarding the issuance of entry visitor’s visa to foreigners coming to visit our country.

Becoming self-sufficient

Dear Editor – Following up on the theme of sustaining our rural communities, I would like to share a little story with your readers which might help to encourage one or more to become self-sufficient in food production.

We need genuine foreign investment

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands is asking the question – do we have sufficient laws and policies to attract legitimate foreign investment?

Bauxite saga raises many questions

UNDER the Mining Act, an operator is only allowed to hold three tenements at a time.

Bmobile-Vodafone 3G+ coverage goes on air for GPPOL

Bmobile-Vodafone are delighted to announce that they will now be providing 3G+ coverage for the GPPOL area in the Guadalcanal plains.

North Malaita operators request travel writers

TOURISM operators in Takwa in North Malaita have requested Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) to send in some overseas travel writers to their areas to write about culture and historical sites.