Malaita to cancel shipping licenses

SHIPS that recently called off their services to Malaita Province will have their business licenses canceled for failing to provide reliable shipping services to the people of Malaita. For the past three weeks, traveling passengers between Honiara and Auki have experienced difficulties due to the fact that some ships called off their services. Shipping services…

Seasons greetings to players

United Kwara’ae football club management expresses Christmas greetings to its players as they go for their holiday break during this festive season. UKFC management in a statement posted via Facebook page, said the Club wishes its players and coaches a blessed festive season. “Have a great holiday and enjoyable Christmas season at your various homes…

Auki set to host pre-Christmas 7s tournament

The Malaita Rugby Union Association (MRUA) together with Honiara-based Malaita Crusaders Rugby Club have confirmed that they are hosting a year ending rugby union 7s competition in the Provincial Headquarter, Auki. Games manager, Walter Baekalia explained that the much anticipated tournament, the SPOL-Solomon Power Crusaders Auki 7s, will feature mostly teams from rugby clubs in…

SCOUT FOR TALENTS

SINIS partners with MEHRD for talent identification in sports SOLOMON Islands National Institute of Sports (SINIS) High – Performance program had established a partnership with the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD). The partnership allows the ministry as one of its key stakeholders to assist with the identification of potential athletes from high…

ECONOMY TO HIT HARD

The Minister of Finance and Treasury Harry D. Kuma (MP) says the adverse impacts of the recent riot and looting of business and destruction of properties represent the largest man-made economic shock that Solomon Islands has experienced since 2006. The Minister revealed this on Tuesday when contributing to the Motion of Sine Die in Parliament,…

Calls to strengthen revenue base

PREMIER of Western Province Christian Mesepitu has called onto the private sector development and local entrepreneurship to widen its revenue base. Premier Christian Mesepitu highlighted this key point last Monday during Western Province Assembly passes the budget as he outlined his five key strategic areas for implementation in his administration. One of his key strategic…