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Tough matches to mark TSL start

Football entertainment will return to the capital Honiara this weekend as the Telekom S-league fourth season kicks off.

Eels futsal celebrate

Eels futsal team from Auki in Malaita province celebrated along the streets of Auki following their arrival in Auki last week.

‘Start preparation now’

CONCERN citizens group, Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) has appealed to sporting federations eyeing the Pacific Games next year to start their preparations.

Toata boosts Vanuatu provincial football

The involvement of a young Solomon Islander in the West Tanna TVL championship league in Vanuatu has become a boost to Vanuatu’s provincial level of football.

Boy, those kids can sing!

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Ministers’ spouses assists care centre

THE Church of Melanesia’s Christian Care Centre (CCC) has been boosted with a timely donation of $34,000 cash, thanks to the spouses of the government ministers led by Prime Minister’s wife, Bronwyn Lilo.

Concern over delay in salary processing

THE delay in processing of salaries through accounts by one of the commercial banks in the country has not gone down well with some of its customers.

Bokona Dorcas hold training for women at Phamphylia Village

MEMBERS of the Bokona SDA Dorcas group carried outa three-day workshop at Phamphylia Village in the Malango Ward of Central Guadalcanal.

No time for blame game, says Samoan PM

SAMOAN Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi has urged governments of all Small Island Developing States(SIDS) to stop the “Blame and Shame” game and instead partner to address the growing challenges facing SIDS.

AS the global community focuses its attention on partnerships at the Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS), the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) took an ‘unconventional’ approach by acknowledging the role of the media as key development partners.