GO GREEN introduced in Gizo

The Solomon Islands Athletes Commission (SIAC) has successfully introduced a new program called the ‘Go Green’ program in Gizo on Tuesday. The message given to young primary school students is called “Love Your Coast” and it is about keeping the environment clean. “We educate athletes and the public about “LOVE YOUR COAST” and how important…

KG VI and Vura in hockey lead

King George Sixth School and Vura School men’s hockey teams maintain their lead in their respective groups of the high school hockey league with 15 points. They maintained their undefeated run in group A and group B respectively 15 points from five undefeated matches. KG VI registered their fifth straight win against Selwyn 2-0 on…

MARIST SIGNS FA____ARODO

Solomon Islands defending club Champions, Marist Football Club has signed up Solomon Islands most capped player, the national team captain and veteran midfielder, Henry Fa,arodo Junior. The signing was confirmed on Monday by Marist Head Coach, Juliano Schmeling. This is Marist’s first major signing since Marist’s participation in the OFC Champions League. His inclusion will…

Great example of community policing

JIMMY Goufi faced the Honiara Magistrate’s Court yesterday after he surrendered to police on Monday. The 23-year-old is charged with the murder of the Chinese couple whose bodies were found in their shop at Town Ground last month. Goufi was the guard providing security for the couple. He was also the same person who showed…

Ocean acidification is global warming’s forgotten crisis

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On a collision course

The shipping industry could undermine global climate efforts. But Pacific islands and EU nations are joining together to force them to change. THE international shipping sector sits outside the Paris climate agreement, yet it is a significant and growing source of carbon emissions. Unless it is controlled, shipping will undermine all our national efforts to…

Community acknowledgement

Dear Editor – Grateful if you could kindly allow me a space in your daily Newspaper to convey our appreciation and sincere thanks towards the St. George communities of Kolona Bari Siroa, Rauni, Kolaubola  Kela Komukea, Ngangare and Koivo. Spiritual celebration of Mother’s Day at St George Chapel Communities of North East Guadalcanal constituency. As…