Woodford share point with Epalle

Woodford International School men’s hockey team has again shared a point each with Bishop Epalle School yesterday in the eWorld High School Hockey match played at the Woodford sports field. Fresh from their 2 all draw against St Nicholas College on Thursday, the host school again shared a point each with Bishop Epalle School after…

Exciting soccer actions today

MORE exciting Telekom S-League matches are set for football fans and supporters in Honiara with the competition entering round 11 battles starting at 2pm this afternoon at the Lawson Tama stadium. KOSSA FC will take on FC Guadalcanal in the opening match, to be followed by wounded Marist FC up against West Honiara FC at…

Course for coaches here

The Honiara Football Association (HFA) alongside Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) will be organising Level 1 coaching for interested teachers in Honiara. HFA General Secretary Leonard Paia revealed this to Star Sports in an interview, Friday.      “HFA Executive is organising a SIFF Level 1 coaching certificate in partnership with the SIFF Technical Department for interested…

Why resign?

Dear Editor – Hooray! They did it again. I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate Bodo Dettke and Douglas Ete for topping the record of resigning from the government. They did it in the last government, and now they did it again like former MPs Martin Sopage and Mark Kemakeza, who topped the list…

New SSPM

Dear Editor – He may be eligible but I am maintaining my worries about his suitability. From a similar posture from the Prime Minister’s Office previously, I am alleging that this person was a poor representation of that Office on the Task Force charged with formulating the Integrity and stability Act. As a result feedback…

Motion of no confidence

Dear Editor – Please publish the following: In the hapi isles, this is the prime Development throughout the ages Let them ask themselves Is it legal to destroy the forward motion? Of the DCCG whose plans Are yet to be reality on the ground   This nation tired of the megalomaniacs Who covered themselves in…

Kiloe: mining, curse and blessing

CHOISEUL premier Jackson Kiloe says mining development in the country can be a curse or a blessing depending on how we do it. Premier Kiloe highlighted this at the national mining forum this week. He said development such as mining in this instance can be a curse and a blessing at the same time. “Whether…

MPs urged to show loyalty

LOYALTY is a virtue that all members of parliament should possess, a school teacher Peter Tahiliu says. Mr Tahiliu was referring to the seven ministers who resigned last week from the DCC government. He said the seven showed no loyalty to their leader Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare. He stated loyalty is a virtue that can…

USP health week ends

THE University South Pacific Solomon Islands Campus Health Week & Family Day ended yesterday with a directors’ Zumba held at the Multi-purpose hall. The week-long event, which provided students and staff the opportunity to discover that they live a healthy lifestyle, has been described as worthwhile and notable. The one-week event brought together staff and…

Deputy Speaker’s post vacant

THE position of the deputy Speaker in the National Parliament has been left vacant. This followed the elevation of Central Honiara MP John Moffat Fugui to become Minister for Education. Mr Fugui was the deputy speaker until this week when he was sworn-in to take up his ministerial appointment. Speaker of Parliament Ajilon Nasiu, announced…