RSIPF appeals for good behaviour

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has thanked the huge crowds that have turned up for the games played so far in the Solomon Cup 2017 for their good behaviour and have appealed for the same during the rest of the games this week. RSIPF’s Deputy Commissioner (DC) Gabriel Manelusi, who heads the police…

Shields ready for Turtles

CENTRAL Shields are prepared to put in all efforts for a win against Western Turtles in the first semi- finals of the 2017 Our Telekom Solomon Cup tournament. This match will kick off at 1:30pm at the Lawson Tama today. Shields had to make a final come back in their group battle after their biggest…

Solomon Cup referees criticised

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KILLED OVER A PACKET OF SUGAR

A MAN from Savo is dead following an argument over a price of a 500gram packet of sugar over the weekend at Yandina, Russell Islands, Central Islands province. As a result a man, 63, is facing murder for allegedly stabbing the 39 years old father on the chest. The suspect, Abraham Kaveru, who faces one…

STUDENT’s BODY ARRIVE

THE body of late Henry Galo has arrived back in the country from Philippines and was flown over to his home province of Malaita on Sunday. Late Galo was a student doing his study in Philippines but suddenly die last week.  “The deceased went to his room and never woke up another day, student’s president,”…

GOVT, SICCI sign framework deal

A DEAL to strengthen the newly introduced Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement between government and the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce (SICCI) was formally sealed yesterday in Honiara. A statement from the Prime Minister Press Secretariat said, this historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), paves a way for a strengthened partnership between the government and private…

Independence parade today

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) and the Correctional Services of Solomon Islands (CSSI) will be mounting a ceremonial parade to mark the country’s 39th Independence Anniversary this morning. Police Commissioner Matthew Varley in his weekly conference yesterday said they are preparing for today’s important event that will be held at the Lawson Tama…

Hiri leads Golden boost race

REAL Kakamora striker Joseph Hiri is currently leading the Golden Boot race of the 2017 Solomon Cup Tournament. Hiri bagged five goals from three matches played since the start of the competition. He scored his highest number of goals in one match against Renbel Avaiki Chiefs in their opening group match. If he continues to…