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SUVA, (FIJI TV) - Athletes taking part in this week’s Oceania Weightlifting Championship will be selected for anti-doping tests during the competition.

School netball kicks off today

The Honiara Netball Association (HNA) School League will kick off today at the Multipurpose Hall outdoor court.

Undersea cable project gets green light

Minister for Communication and Aviation (MCA) Peter Shanel revealed in parliament, Monday that the short fall of US$10 million to fund the submarine cables now stands at US$5 million after some donors willing to fund the other half of the outstanding cost.

Ministers to review Pacific Regional Cultural Strategy in Guam

Hagatna, Guam – A mid-term review of the Pacific’s 10-year regional cultural strategy is high on the agenda as representatives from over 25 countries and territories gather for the 27th Council of Pacific Arts and Culture meeting in Hagatna, Guam, today.

A postmortem of SIPA

Dear Editor - I read with much interest the exchange of words and counter-argument between Mr. Dora and Mr. Tuhanuku on the SIPA saga.

Island Sun misleading headline

Dear Editor - The Island Sun heading “ Political Appointee Sacked” in reference to Mr. Martin Housanau is not correct.

Bribery claim denied

A land acquisition officer has dismissed claims AU Capital Mining Limited bribed landowners in Temotu to acquire its prospecting licence to seek minerals on their land.

Cease the shipping grant

CONGRATULATIONS to Northwest Choiseul Constituency and its Member of Parliament Connelly Sandakabatu.

Curse or mismanagement

When anything goes wrong, there are always two explanations: blame it on bad luck or poor judgment.

Central Roviana crowned champs

Central Roviana football team has been crowned the 2016 Western cup football tournament champions after facing off and winning 2-0 to a very strong Southeast Vella team on Thursday at Gizo's John. F. Kennedy stadium.