Be united, women told

WOMEN are urged to work together if they are to contest in this year’s general elections. The reminder came from Margaret Fale, former president of the Holy Cross Mothers’ group. “It is only through working together that women can achieve their aims and objectives in this year’s election,” Ms Fale said. She said she decided…

Date set for SIRUF meet

The Solomon Islands Rugby Union federation (SIRUF) has finalised a date to stage its annual general meeting (AGM) and council meeting to elect its new executive. The SIRUF\ AGM has been moved from the 20th of January to the 5th of February 2014. This was due to the bad weather currently experienced in the country…

Chess boost

The Solomon Islands Chess Federation (SICF) received a boost of morale entering the New Year with the current visit of International Chess Federations Chief Executive Officer and of Global Chess, Geoffrey Borg. His visit is no ordinary, seeing the level of experience and skills from the top being relayed to the local federation and key…

More to be qualified

Chess players in the country will get their qualification if they do pass a test set by the International Federation of Chess. Visiting FIDE chief executive officer (CEO), Geoffrey Borg is conducting a seminar for key chess players in the country on this. They will be qualified to be a development instructor and national instructor…

Lets support the tourism industry

TOURISM is a growing industry. As more people are traveling and trying to discover something simple, special and unique its important that Solomon Islands must take advantage of the opportunity. This is because we have a lot to offer when it comes to cultures, natural beauties and history. Solomon Islands is rich in terms of…

Slave by choice

I read a story recently which resonated with me, and I thought it was a great illustration of my own experiences with God. It helped me to understand, and hopefully to explain, a little more about righteousness by faith. It was a story of a slave in ancient times who was on the auction block…

Dunn family thanks Church for support

THE family of the Seventh Day Adventist medical missionary who was killed on Atoifi some forty nine (49) years ago have thanked the Solomon Islands SDA Mission for its support toward them, especially in finally resting their son and brother the late Dr Brian Dunn at his final resting place at Betikama over the weekend.…