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Landowners told to open land for development

Chiefs of North West Guadalcanal are appealing to landowners and tribes within the region and the island to release their land for development purposes, whenever the government or an investor requests for it.

Students arrives back from exchange, education program

BISHOP Epalle students who went to Australia for a cultural and education engagement program are due back in the country today.

Guam ready for FOPA

GUAM Governor Eddie Calvo said he is feeling a positive vibe as the island community “comes together” to ensure that the 12th Festival of Pacific Arts is a success.

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IMF loan for Saudi Arabia?

POB online banking signs up with Our Telekom

Pan Oceanic Bank recently signed the air-time topup deal with Our Telekom  which now enables both POB and Our Telekom customers to topup through their smartphones or computers via POB Online Banking.

PMO claims nonsense

Dear Editor – The statement by the Office of the Prime Minister and cabinet blaming the Parliamentary Independent and Opposition groups of not supportive in the government’s efforts in getting the anti-corruption bill 2016 through parliament was outrageous on the part of the government, and logically it holds no sense at all.

Women’s squad needs funds for preparations

Port Moresby (The National) - THE Papua New Guinea Under-20 team needs K3 million for its preparations leading to the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup later this year.

What’s going on in Rugby?

Rugby fans and supporters have lashed out at the Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) and the Honiara Rugby Union Association (HRUA) and questioned why the head of the two organizations still hold on to power while their time in office has lapsed.

New taekwondo club kicks off

NEWLY formed Solomon Islands National University (SINU) Taekwondo club has kicked off its first training session on Tuesday with a huge turnout from students.

SIPA-Kurukuru deal intact

DESPITE the removal of Collin Yow as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Solomon Islands Ports Authotrity (SIPA) the deal to support the national futsal side remains.