NEW DEAL

NPF ‘Negotiating’ new management deal for Tavanipupu Resort   THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) is believed to be considering new management for its Tavanipupu Island Resort (TIR), sources close to the Fund’s Management have revealed. The Fund’s Investment Committee is believed to be discussing the matter before it makes its recommendation to the…

KOSSA up one spot

KOSSA FC moved a spot up the Telekom S-league (TSL) after thrashing Malaita Kingz FC 7-1 at Lawson Tama, Wednesday. It was anticipated to be an equally fought match however KOSSA proved too strong for the young Kingz side. KOSSA led the first half with a comfortable 4-1 lead before extending their lead with another…

FAREWELL TO A GREAT MAN

PM pays final tribute to late Sir Paul Tovua PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare on Tuesday has paid his final respects to the late Sir Paul Tovua. The Prime Minister and his wife Madam Sogavare paid their final respects as the body of the late Sir Paul Tovua Lay-in-State at the National Parliament Chambers, a statement issued…

Bad weather closes schools

SOME schools in Honiara have been forced to close their doors due to the continuing inclement weather. The Solomon Star was told that some schools postponed classes as of Tuesday. One parent said he had received a text message from the administration of the school his children are attending that classes would be postponed until…

In Court with Assumpta

* Man jailed for hitting brother-in-law with cup* Three-tonne driver’s sentence today* Summons served on duo   Man jailed for hitting brother-in-law with cup A YOUNG man who hit his brother-in-law on the head with a cup during a soccer match on Gela last July was yesterday sentenced to one year in prison. Nelson Bonogo…