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Leaders urged to support sport

A senior teacher and sport master of Namoia Community High School (NCHS) along Kwaibaita Valley, east Malaita, says lack of support from leaders is the main hindrance to sport development in the area.

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.

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.

Young leaders leave for Myanmar

TWO members of the Young Women Christian Association (YWCA) in Honiara will leave for Yangon, Myanmar, Saturday.

Fiji NPF members get 6.25 interest pay-out

AS members of the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (NPF) await what percentage they’ll get on their savings next month, Fiji National Provident Fund has declared a massive 6.25 per cent interest rate payout.

CRUISE ship passengers injured in an horrific head-on crash in Vanuatu are in a strong position to sue P&O, an Australian law firm has claimed.

CRUISE ship passengers injured in an horrific head-on crash in Vanuatu are in a strong position to sue P&O, an Australian law firm has claimed.

Moving on from our past

THE Government plans to host a national reconciliation ceremony next month.

University saga

Dear Editor – One could not be left appalled by the way our students are now scrambling to return from PNG institutions over the recent political events resulting in the shooting of protesting students and the eventual closing down of normal classes.

Solomon Island’s Parliamentary system is based on the Westminster democratic system of British. A system which requires people from respective constituencies to elect a representative to represent them at the parliament.

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