Bible College to start in Kwaibala

THE National Bible College at Kwaibala near Auki in Malaita province will begin its academic year on 27th January. Principal Reverend George Andrews said students who are enrolled for this year should arrive at the college compound next week. Mr Andrews said school registration and orientation will commence on 29th Wednesday. “Students from Western region,…

Adventists prepare for Religious Liberty Day

The worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church will place special emphasis on religious freedom at church services on Sabbath, January 25. The internal Religious Liberty Day is celebrated every year to heighten the awareness of human rights and religious freedom among church members. Adventists in Switzerland have produced a video for the event in six languages—English, German,…

UN Women vows support to electoral office

THE UN Women says it is looking forward to implement their new project on women’s political participation in close partnership with the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission office. Gaylyn Puairana of UN Women office in Honiara made the remarks yesterday at the launching of projects to support the electoral registration process. Solomon Islands Development Trust (SIDT)…

Mamaloni Cup a Success

A long week Tournament, the West Makira Mamaloni Invitation Cup (WMMIC) has ended up successfully. It was an exciting event as some of the players received mobile handsets give away prices for man of the matches starting at Quarter finals. It’s a massive sponsorship, a first of its kind which definitely boosts the moral of…

Hopeful for good weather

Football fans, supporters and clubs vying in the Telekom S-league (TSL) are high in hopes for a better weather this weekend so as to kick of the second round of the Telekom S-league. The second round of the TSL could not start as earlier scheduled due to the week-long rainfall experienced in the Solomon Islands…

SOCCER ACADEMY SETUP

A new soccer academy is about to start. Called Pacific Football Academy it will be based in Honiara and privately funded. It will be open to interested players from all over the country. Headed by a well-known former Solomon Islands international the aim is to develop players both mentally and physically to the stage where…