Vote in FIFA Awards

SOLOMON Islands will be voting in the Best FIFA Football Awards amongst 211 member associations. Representing Solomon Islands is Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Media Officer Simon Abana who is currently in Europe with the country’s national futsal team, Kurukuru. The best FIFA awards includes the Best FIFA Women’s Player, Best FIFA Women’s Coach, Best…

USP offer flexible fee payment

THE University of the South Pacific (USP) will now be offering flexible fee payment arrangements to its existing students wanting to continue studies in semester 2, 2021. In an email circulated to staff and students, it stated that students with debts less than FJD $1,000 can re-enroll in Semester 2. This means the account hold…

16 teams for Kwara’ae Super League

A total of 16 football teams have been confirmed to participate in the upcoming Kwara’ae  Super League in Malaita Province. The newly organised league is confirmed to kick off on Saturday 21st August which next weekend. All league games (tournaments) will be played at Gwaunaoa village football field in ward 3 of West Kwara’ae. According…

Preparation for big day underway

WARDS in Malaita Province have been preparing to host the Malaita 38th Second Appointed Day which will be celebrated Monday next week. This will be first time for Malaita Provincial Second Appointed day will be celebrated at the ward Level. This means that population who are living in rural parts of Malaita will have an…

CAUSE project continues to face-lift Gizo

THE Community Access & Urban Service Enhancement (CAUSE) Project continues to facelift Gizo, Western Provincial capital. Since the roll-out of the project few years ago it has engaged more  unemployed men, women and youths. And through the project they were able to help contribute to the many projects that have been undertaken in Gizo. On…

Premier into books supply deal

Guadalcanal Province Premier, Francis Sade has reportedly signed a contract for the supply of exercise books for the Guadalcanal Provincial Schools in return for a commission, according to documents obtained by the Solomon Star. The document, sighted by this paper showed Premier Sade signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with road construction firm, NAYA Company…