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Games to have 2500 plus security personnel

THE NATIONAL - Over 2500 security personnel will be deployed at July’s Pacific Games, Security and Safety Committee chairman, chief superintendent David Manning says.

A call to upgrade Kobito1 sports ground

SOCCER lovers from Kobito 1 and 2 areas in East Honiara are calling on their MP for east Honiara and current Deputy Prime Minister Douglas Ete to upgrade their soccer fields.

Suva aims for top finish in Oceania event

FIJI TIMES - The Suva football team is all geared up and ready to give their best shot at winning the Fiji Airways sponsored Oceania Football Confederation Champions League which kicks off at the ANZ Stadium this weekend.

PNG Pepes going through final stage: Coach Rokoura

POST COURIER - The Papua New Guinea Pepes final squad of 20 will be announced following the second phase of the training program.

Fiji 7s team on right track

FIJI TIMES - Fiji 7s coach Ben has rated the Vodafone Fiji 7s team's statistics in the 2014/2015 HSBC World Sevens Series as one of the best in recent years.

Vanuatu seeks Russian assistance with rebuild

RNZI - The Vanuatu government says it is pleased with Russia's offer of assistance with the relief effort after cyclone Pam and says it has asked Russia to assist in the reconstruction phase of the recovery, RNZI reports.

A time to say thank you

Dear Editor – Today is recognized as World Health Day and a timely occasion to say Thank You!

Central Market needs the council’s attention

THE Honiara City Council recently inspected a line of buildings at Point Cruz with the view of pulling them down and replacing them with new facilities.

Micronesians in SI

Dear Editor – There was mention of Micronesians overstaying in the Solomons.

Reserved business

Dear Editor – I want to request the new Sogavare-led DCC government to seriously consider amending the Foreign Investment Act to make provisions for indigenous Solomon Islands fully participate in the economic development of our beloved Solomon Islands.

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