Youths undergo management training

A THREE days youth management community reflection workshop for North Malaita youths got underway in Auki this week. Adventist Development Relief Agencies (ADRA) based in Honiara is organizing the training which was held at the Malaita women Resource Centers Building in Auki. This training came under the Youths Engagement and Livelihood Project (YELP) which is…

HFA league kick off date

Football clubs in Honiara are gearing up preparations for the resumption of the Honiara Football Association (HFA) league which is set to kick off in two weeks time. The HFA administration has revealed the kick off date will be on Saturday April 25th. This year’s games is a completion round two of 2014 and 2015…

Athletics squad revealed

Solomon Islands Athletics Federation has revealed the names of 16 athletes that will represent the country at the coming Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The runners are grouped under two categories, the sprinters and the middle and long distance runners. For the sprint category, there are new faces who are in for their…

United ousted

Western United FC’s hope of advancing further into the second stage of the Fiji Airways Oceania Club Champions League has diminished after they lost 3-0 to the defending champions, Auckland City FC of New Zealand on Tuesday. United after the match still has a glimmer of hope remaining as it awaits the result of the…

Police minister faces assault charge

Magistrates decline warrant of arrest application for Peter Shanel APPLICATION for the magistrate to issue a warrant of arrest yesterday for the Police Minister was declined. This was when the Member of Parliament for Central Guadalcanal Peter Shanel failed to show up in court for his assault case. The court refused to issue the warrant…

Beche-de-mer case mentioned

THE Beche-de-mer case that has been remitted back to the Honiara Magistrates’ Court for a re-trial has been mentioned on Monday. Accused Dr Regional Aipia was not present in court except for his lawyer, Wilson Rano of Rano & Company. Public Prosecutor Maito’o Hauirae told the court yesterday prosecution will be filing amended charges. An…

Court of Appeal sits

THE Court of Appeal has started its hearings on Monday at the High Court.   Three appealed cases have been heard yesterday before a three panel judge, Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer, Sir Gordon Ward and Justice Edwin Goldsborough.   A total of 13 cases have been listed to go before the judges this week.   Among the…