Editor - Solomon Star News


The potential fallout from the SIPA saga

Shortly before the then deputy prime minister forced Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s hand to push me to jump ship last July, I had a number of visits by displaced or aggrieved employees of the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA).

Psalm Sunday celebrated in Gizo

The Bishop of Gizo Diocese along with the congregation in Gizo celebrated the Palm Sunday at the main Cathedral, St Peter.

First friendly this Thursday

It is happening this Thursday, football fans and supporters are in for entertaining football action on Thursday with the friendly match between the Solomon Islands national men’s football squad and the Papua New Guinea (PNG) national football team.

Hockey for world league

THE Solomon Islands national men and women’s hockey teams will be flying the country’s flag in Fiji again after 37 years.

Taekwondo gets support

Solomon Islands Taekwondo Union (SITU) over the weekend received a timely boost ahead of this year’s Solomon Games.

HFA pre-season kicks off

The Honiara Football Association (HFA) pre-season competition has successfully kicked off over the weekend.

Sponsors acknowledged

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) and the Telekom S-league board has acknowledged all who have thrown their support towards the success of another TSL season.

Ryder aims for a national 7s jumper

Suva (Fiji Times) - YEARS on from having donned the nationals jumper William Ryder is fighting for a ticket back in with the national squad.

SIRUF lay out its programs for the season

After some times of waiting the Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) in collaboration with its member union associations, its sponsorship partners and other stakeholders will officially kick start its programs and activities for the season this week.

Give Yow a chance

Dear Editor - The world is changing in technology and in order to change we have to spend some millions of dollars to feel the change and betterment.