S-LEAGUE GAMES ON HALT

Bad weather blamed for decision. THE much anticipated kickoff of the second round of the Telekom S-League season has been delayed due heavy rain in the capital over the past few days. Four matches are supposed to take place this weekend but the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) competitions department has confirmed that all have…

Split of the civil society groups

A SPLIT between two of the nation’s outspoken civil societies has widen. Differences between the popular Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) and the emerging Joint Civil Society Group and Concerned Citizens (JCSG & CC) started to show some three weeks ago. This was after FSII publicly declared it has withdrawn its collaboration with the joint…

Peace training ends on Mala

A THREE-DAY peace building and trauma healing workshop, hosted by the Anglican Church in Auki Keava region, ended successfully yesterday. The workshop, which started on Tuesday, attracted about 40 youths from different churches around Auki township. Leslie Filiomea, Malaita diocese reconciliation and peace coordinator, said this was the second region to hold this kinds of…

New executive for BBA

Bellona Basketball Association (BBA) now has a new executive who will lead in the development of the sport for the next four years. This was confirmed by the Solomon Islands National Basketball Development Officer, Moses Kivo who recently returned after a short visit to the province. The new members are President Mosley Taika, Vice President…

S-LEAUGE SHOWDOWN

SECOND round of the Telekom S-League is scheduled to kick off tomorrow pending the improvement of the current bad weather condition. A statement from the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) said most of the clubs have utilised the December/January transfer window to strengthen their line ups as they anticipate tighter competition in the second round…

United signs new players

Western United Football Club will be marching onto the pitch this weekend with a slightly different line-up compared to that of the first round of the Telekom S-league. The club yesterday revealed they have signed nine new players. The players are Fredrick Dola, Jonathan Tonisi, George Stevenson, Timothy Bakale, Atkin Kaua, Michael Sira, Alfie Chacha,…

Stop such brutal attack

The early morning attack on Brother George last Friday by some thugs should be condemned to its strongest term. It’s a cruel act coming from some selfish-minded people who are trying to take advantage of some few kind hearted people who are supporting the work of disable training in the country. Whoever, that is responsible…