TOUGH CALL

SOLOMON Warriors Football Club (FC) president, Honourable Bodo Dettke has strongly urged the Warriors team to give more sacrifices in their preparation for the upcoming Telekom S-league (TSL) competition and the TSL competition. Dettke made the call during the Solomon Warriors Football Club presentation of awards over the weekend. Warriors eyes to make another impressive…

HHH, TIA secures second wins

The Fletcher Kwaimani ManUp Rugby Challenge defending champions, Henderson Hammerheads (HHH) and TIA Warriors have both has two wins following their impressive round robin match wins. TIA Warriors defeated Islanders 18-16 while HHH defeated Diesel 54-22 over the weekend. They will battle each other in the final round robin match before proceeding into the cross…

Govt on ICT priorities

THE Minister for Communication and Aviation says Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is very important to elevate the country’s socio-economic development but it needs preparation to fully exploit its positive impacts. Hon. Peter Channel made the statement during last week’s event to mark the National ICT day in Honiara. He said, with the Government’s perspective,…

More workers to Canada

CANADA: Guadalcanal Province is expected to witness an increase in the number of workers it will be sending to Canada this year as part of its International Human Resources and Foreign Worker partnership with CITREC Canada. Whilst greeting two more Guadalcanal-CITREC graduates at Canada’s Vancouver International airport on Sunday, CITREC Canada Chairman Mr. Ashwant Dwivedi…

PM keen on CT scan

  PRIME Minister Rick Houenipwela has expressed the need for the Government to begin the process in seriously purchasing a CT scan for the country. The Prime Minister highlighted this when he visited Sony’s Medical Container Facility in Iwaki City, Fukushima, Japan recently. The Sony’s medical container is the latest state of the art innovation…

CANDIDATES BACK BILL

Vow to support Anti-Corruption Bill (ACB) if win By ANDREW FANASIAIn Gizo Newly contested candidates supported the Anti-Corruption Bill (ACB) as part of their campaign message in Gizo yesterday afternoon. Kenneth Bulehite and Ronald Dive a lawyer by profession made it very clear during their campaign in Gizo that they will support the Anti-Corruption Bill…

Women benefit from Sewing

BUYING expensive clothes from second hand clothing for Tikopian women in the Far East of the country could be a thing of the past after a month-long training on sewing organised by Ms. Freda Tuki ended successfully. This came after the women attended a sewing training organised by their Member of Parliament (MP) Ms. Freda…

BEC students visit farm

Form six students of Bishop Epalle Catholic Secondary School have visited the Taiwan Technical Farm last Thursday. The visit was part of their field trip to broaden their knowledge and learning experiences. Agriculture teacher George Wale Alasina told the Sunday Star that the two hour field trip has helped the students to deepen their understanding…