Flying Fijians threat: Serevi

TORONTO , (FIJI SUN) – Fiji 7s great Waisale Serevi believes the Vodafone Flying Fijians will make serious noise come the Rugby World Cup in England next month. The Seattle, Washington-based IRB 7s Hall of Fame star made the comment following Fiji’s triumphant 39-29 World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup final win against Manu Samoa Tuesday…

$2,000 bribe exposed

Dear Editor – I wish to applaud Jimmy Hanahunu for his courageous exposure of bribery and stand against such malpractices. I do not believe that it is the work of Jefter, but someone or organisation behind him. I say this because I have experienced such an experience where the law was being manipulated divert the…

Sore: $3.7M is support payment

Dear Editor – The above news article made me want to puke. Why? Because it makes me sick feeling the rottenness of our leaders in their way of thinking. Right, so you made a payment. You found out later it’s not legal according to the financial orders or whatever legal apparatus there is.  You cook…

Where’s our water tank?

Dear Editor – Would you please allow space in your paper to voice my complaints on the above issue? Dear chairman, we are counting down the 47 days release of the Gold Ridge tailing dam and still some villages are omitted or without water tank. My village is just a few kilometers from the tailing…

Help for the Solomons

Dear Editor – In a recent letter to the Private Views column of your newspaper I read an article which, although overall was political in nature, it did mention the current plight of the National Referral Hospital when it said (quote) “see the current state of our National Referral Hospital where patients are without beds.…

Cervical cancer high on summit agenda

PACNEWS – PACIFIC Islands Forum Leaders are expected to make a strong political statement on addressing cervical cancer on women and girls in the Pacific, when they meet in Port Moresby next month. They will urge governments to take leadership and allocate adequate resources to address the increasing burden of cervical cancer in many Pacific…

Report says PNG debt levels rising

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Takwa primary school upgrade

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USPSI registration closes

STUDENTS who wish to take studies at the University of the South Pacific Solomon Islands (USPSI) Campus in Honiara have the last chance to register/enroll by Friday (today). This came after the University’s decision to extend its registration date until Friday 7th August. The one week extension is to permit late students to register for…

GPG, MPs meet to discuss issues

AS PART of pushing social and economic developments in Guadalcanal forward, eight Members of Parliament (MP) from the province and the Guadalcanal Provincial Government (GPG) have held two separate meetings. This was highlighted by Premier Bartholomew Vavanga on Monday during the celebration to mark Guadalcanal Province day. The event was held at Nguvia Catholic station…