Kurukuru show their class

OUR young Kurukuru guns are two matches away from a fourth Futsal World Cup birth in Columbia this year. On Wednesday, they showed they class when they demolished the highly fancied Futsal Whites of New Zealand4-1,to keep their world cup dreams alive. Their winning streak started since Monday, when they silenced archrival Tahiti 3-0 and…

Kurukuru on the lead

AFTER Day Three of the 2016 OFC Futsal Championship the defending champions, Solomon Islands National Futsal Team, known as Kurukurus are currently leading the competition with nine points from three successive victory. Their 4-1 victory over hot contenders Futsal Whites edged them a step closer to 2016 Futsal World Cup set for Colombia later this…

LCC to probe $15,000 bribe

NEWLY appointed Chairman of the Leadership Code Commission (LCC) Solomon Kalu says his office will probe into allegations of $15,000 bribery payment to Naha Police officers by the Member of Parliament for Lau Baelelea, Augustine Auga. He said if the allegations were true, it would amount to a breach of code of conduct by both…

Provincial govts to be project implementers under new law

Provincial Governments will be mandated with greater responsibility for the implementation of projects of local and national interest earmarked for the provinces under the Democratic Coalition for Change Government’s proposed Special Economic Zone Legislation. Chief of Staff in the Prime Minister’s Office George Kuper said this Legislation is amongst the nine Bills that the DCC…