Anga heads tomorrow for PNG

NEWLY appointed Solomon Islands High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea (PNG) Barnabas Anga will leave the country for Port Moresby tomorrow. He confirmed this to the Solomon Star, Wednesday this week. “I will be leaving for PNG this Saturday to take up the office,” Commissioner Anga added. He said that his contract will last him…

8th Premiers conference, day 5

In brief with RONALD TOITO’ONA Vavanga: Tourism in Guadalcanal slowly expanding The tourism industry has started to expand in rural Guadalcanal says the Premier of the Province, Mr Bartholomew Vavanga. He highlighted this in his presentation during day five of the 8th Premiers Conference at the Heritage Park’s A’hara conference room yesterday. “Currently there are…

Misconduct in Opposition Office

Integrity of the office questioned LEADER of Opposition Jeremiah Manele had vowed to demand severe disciplinary action against two senior officers in the Opposition office accused of misconduct. Mr Manele told the Solomon Star in a telephone interview that he was taking the issue as a matter of serious concern. The Opposition leader was reacting…

Warriors a step closer to victory

THE Solomon Warriors FC team edges closer to claiming Melanesian Super Cup title for the second in a row following their 1-0 win against home rivals Western United FC on Thursday. Dennis Ifunaoa scored the one and winning goal of the match to push Warriors into the comfort zone. Warriors registered their first win against…

Hockey league kick off

The first ever hockey league to be organized in the Solomon Islands will kick off this weekend. This was confirmed yesterday by the president of the Solomon Islands Hockey Federation (SIHF), Nihal Seneviratne. The league venue will be at the Ports Authority Sports Ground, Kukum. Two separate leagues will kick off this weekend, the hockey…

HFA school comp into final eight

The Honiara Football Association (HFA) high school league has ended all group matches and is into the quarter finals following two months of pool matches. The quarter-finals are expected to kick off this weekend with the venue yet to be confirmed. It has been proposed that the quarter finals will be a curtain raiser match…

Credit Corporation glad to support rugby

Credit Corporation (SI) Ltd Managing Director Tony Langston has expressed excitement with the success of the Credit Corporation High School Rugby competition recently concluded in Honiara. And wants to see the competition grow in numbers and in the quality of the game. In a feedback provided to SIRUF Mr Langston stated that he was pleased…

U14 futsal players’ trial today

Solomon Islands Sports Coalition (SISC) calls on interested U14 players recently participated in the Bulk Shop Futsal League to attend trial matches at the SMI court 2pm today. SISC official Michael Bate’e told Star Sports that the trial matches was to identify U12 and U14 payers to participate in the Australian State Championship next year.…