Taekwondo hails support

Head of the Solomon Islands Taekwondo team that went to Fiji late last month has thanked the DCC government and National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOSCI) for making their trip possible. John Alick said his executive were very honoured and would like to thank the DCCG government and NOCSI for their great support. “The…

Shark’s historical win

The Solomon Islands Sharks won their fourth match against Tonga on Tuesday at the AFL U15 Oceania Cup since 2012. This came after they lost their first three matches against Fiji, Tonga and Nauru on Monday – the opening day. Reports reaching Star Sports said, the under 15 national team 1.3 (9 points) defeated Tongan…

Help needed

Dear Editor – I am looking for two girls that I went to boarding school with at St Catherines School, Waverley, Australia, in the 1960’s. They are Suhote Sikihi and Rosie Piko. One of my girlfriends who was at school at that time and I are coming to Honiara from 03 – 07 February 2017…

Where are the anti-corruption laws?

AT this time last year, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare announced to the nation the DCC Government’s plan to tackle corruption. This was during the 2015 International Anti-Corruption Day event in Honiara. Mr Sogavare was the guest of honour at that event. The DCC Government, Mr Sogavare stated, has an ambitious agenda in the fight against…