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New firm addresses science, environmental issues

A NEW privately owned company that aims to address issues of research and science studies had been unveiled last week.

Cyclone Winston survey sets new baseline for damage data

Suva, Fiji – Coastal hazard experts from the Pacific Community (SPC) have surveyed wind and wave damage from tropical cyclone Winston in more than 40 communities across the provinces of Bua, Cakaudrove, and Lomaiviti in Fiji last week, producing detailed data that will have immediate and long-term benefits for Fiji and the region.

Schools 7s final showdown

THE annual High Schools Easter Rugby 7s Championship 2016 will wrap up today with four semi-finals and four finals.

USPSI to host inter-tertiary

THE inter-tertiary games for this year 2016 will be hosted by University of the South Pacific- Solomon Islands Campus (USPSI).

Bellona launches new rugby initiative

On Easter Monday 28th March 2016, the Bellona Rugby Union Association (BRUA) led by their president Lungu Kiloko and his vice Andrew Batangi kick start their season with the successful roll out of the new rebranded Get Into Rugby (GIR) initiative at Gongona village on Bellona island in the Renbel Province.

Super six-gender parity competition

Twelve basketball teams have been confirmed to take part in the Super Six-Gender Parity basketball competition which is set to kick off this weekend.

SIFF congress deferred

Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has rescheduled the 2016 ordinary congress set for early this month to May 2016.

Volleyball quarter finals staged

The men’s quarter final matches of the 10th Easter annually volley ball championship in Honiara has successfully ended on Thursday.

Soccer suspends comp

Port Moresby (The National) -  THE PORT Moresby Soccer Association will suspend its season for the second consecutive year due to the upgrading of the facilities in preparation for this years’ FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup in November.

PNG boxers bow out of regional Olympic qualifiers

Port Moresby (The National) - PAPUA New Guinea’s boxers all bowed out of competition at the Asia-Oceania Olympic Qualifiers in Quian’an, China, with welterweight Andrew Asaiga losing to Iranian Sajjad Kazemzadehposhtiri on Monday.