Rugby planning course training

A DEVELOPMENT Planning Course for rugby was held at Tanoa International in Nadi, Fiji over the weekend. It was attended by Oceania rugby union development managers and chief executive officers (CEOs). Over 130 participants, presenters and educators from around the Oceania Region and 16 Member Unions attended the training in Nadi, Fiji for the 2017…

Hockey semi finals tomorrow

The High School Hockey league semi finals is set to kick off tomorrow at the King George Sixth Hockey pitch. King George Sixth girls will take on Koloale girls for the first women’s semi finals at 3pm. This will be followed by King George boys and Don Bosco boys at 3:30 pm. The second semi…

Malaita to discuss ‘secret agenda’ with gov’t

Malaita Province Premier Peter Ramohia says his executive has a ‘secret agenda’ for discussion with the national government delegation that will be in Auki for the province’s 34th second appointed day anniversary. Mr Ramohia told Solomon Star on the weekend that he has already requested the Provincial Secretary Jackson Gege to include the ‘secret agenda’…

Students urged to respect their hosts

Former Assistant Special Coordinator of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) Masi Lomaloma has called on the Solomon Islands students studying in Fiji to show respect to their neighbours. Lomaloma made the call yesterday after witnessing the unruly behavior of some intoxicated Solomon Islands students who are renting a house behind his home…

PLAQUE REMOVED

At Bloody Ridge only after a week of launching AN engraved plate located on top of the monument which was  unveiled last week at Bloody Ridge National Park in East Honiara has been removed. The incident which was claimed as an act of theft was discovered over the weekend. The monument was declared opened by…