More locals certified as hockey coach

About 26 officials of the Solomon Islands Hockey Federation (SIHF) are now certificate holders of the Oceania Hockey Coach level 1. They officially received their Certificate of Accreditation on Tuesday from the president of SIHF Nihal Seneviratne yesterday at the SIM sports grounds. Nihal said the recipients’ final received their Certificates after successfully completed a…

Kurukuru hailed

THE President of the Solomon Islands Hockey Federation (SIHF) Nihal Seneviratne has joined the mad Kurukuru fans and supporters in the country and abroad in congratulating the boys for the second victory Tuesday. Senevirantne stressed this to Star Sports in an interview yesterday. “On behalf of SIHF I would like to congratulate the Kurukuru boys…

Kurukuru soars, New Zealand is next

Solomon Islands national futsal men’s team, Kurukuru has done it again, another win in the Oceania Futsal Championship. This time an impressive 5-1 win over New Caledonia who suffered their first defeat following their win against the host Fiji with a similar score margin 5-1 on Monday. New Caledonia looked sharp and united as they…

Job not yet done

KURUKURU Captain Elliot Ragomo says the job of defending the title is not yet done after their second win, Tuesday. The reigning OFC Futsal champions won their second match comfortably with a 5-1 win over New Caledonia at the Vodafone Arena last night in Suva. There are three games left to play and Ragomo said…

Isabel govt welcomes SPO’s move

ISABEL provincial government has welcomed South Pacific Oil’s (SPO) move to open up two agents in Kia and Buala. This is part of SPO sales and marketing strategy to bring the service to the people with affordable price in petrol and diesel. Premier James Habu told SPO officials in Buala that the business does not…

Our View of God

Welcome to our continuing discussion on the topic, ‘Our view of God.’ Before we look more closely at some of God’s characteristics, let’s take a few moments to evaluate our view of God. It’s one thing to say we’ve avoided the misconceptions about God that we have discussed over the last three weeks. It’s another…

Luring tourists ‘not easy’

NADI, (FIJI TIMES) — The task of bringing more than 1500 Taiwanese tourists to Fiji has not been easy, says Rosie Holidays managing director Tony Whitton. This week, two chartered flights out of Beijing and Taipei landed at the Nadi International Airport with more scheduled to arrive in the coming weeks. Whitton said Taiwan was…