Meeting to discuss by-laws

Chiefs of Kobito 1in east Honiara will continue their community by-laws meeting today. A statement from the community said the meeting is held to discuss community by-laws that will guide and direct residents in how they live, behave, and relate to each other.  “We want a community that is free from of crime. Having by-laws…

Urgent call to fix east road

The travelling public of east Malaita have renewed for authorities to quickly fix their deteriorating road. This followed damages cause by a landslide to a portion of the road leading to Atori, subsequently disconnecting the eastern region from provincial capital, Auki. “It is our plea to the government and the responsible authorities to step in…

Visale packed with peace advocators

Catholics from various provinces are joining hundreds from around Guadalcanal for a religious gathering at Visale, West Guadalcanal. Solomon Star’s Guadalcanal stringer John Toki said Visale is packed with visitors at the moment. Toki said the gathering is to share peace under a religious ministerial initiative called ‘Ministry of Light’. “Ministry of Light started within…

Visitor arrivals down

The number of visitor arrivals for the first quarter of 2016 was 9,754. This is a decrease of 22% compared to the previous quarter (4th Quarter 2015), according to the latest report the National Statistics office released, Friday. “Compared to the same quarter a year ago, an increase arrival of 3.5% was recorded,” the report…

Pikinini soccer to continue on

The SWIRE pikinini program will continue during this school holiday. HFA General Secretary Leonard Paia confirmed this to Sunday Sports last Saturday. “Despite the school holiday the pikinini program will continue,’’ he said. Paia said so far the program has significantly improved. “Since the program was introduced, basic understanding of football has been very obvious…

Hockey squads jet out

The national hockey squads jet out to Fiji last Saturday for the Hockey World League Round One, set to kick off from the 28th June to 3rd July. The squads comprised of 18 players for both men and women’s team, with six officials. Hockey President Nihal Senevirantne told Sunday Sports prior to their departure that…

Race on for U19 top spots

THE race for the U19 top spots continues as top contender Real Kakamora FC edged its way closer to leaders Marist FC. Kakamora reduced the gap yesterday following their default victory over Western United. The much needed win gave them 34 points but still remain 4 points behind the current league leaders Marist FC who…