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Rarawa lauds bidding team

THE GOVERNOR of Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) has congratulated the country’s bidding team, for a successful effort to host the Pacific Games in 2023.

City backs 2023 games preparation

The Honiara City Council (HCC) executive has congratulated the bidding team for the successive bid to host the 2023 Pacific Games here in the country.

Schools carnival kicks off today

The Secondary Schools’ Sports carnival will kick off today at the St Joseph’s Tenaru sports field.

New taekwondo club for Central

A NEW taekwondo club has been established in Tulagi, Central provincial capital.

Fiji FA selects squad for Pacific Nations

SUVA,  (FIJI TIMES) - Fiji Football Association has selected a 23-member squad for the Pacific Nations Cup.

LONDON,  (INSIDE THE GAMES) - Sevens must be considered in all discussions about the rugby calendar as the discipline looks to capitalise and build on the opportunities provided by its first appearance on the Olympic programme at Rio 2016, it has been claimed in London Tuesday.

Gold Coast 2018 new chairman

SURFERS PARADISE,  (INSIDE THE GAMES) - Gold Coast 2018 has appointed a new chairman with former Queensland Premier Peter Beattie being appointed to replace Nigel Chamier to oversee preparations for the Commonwealth Games.

Fiji lifters brace for Oceania championship

SUVA, (FIJI TIMES) - Twenty-four athletes have been selected to represent Fiji at the Oceania Weightlifting Championship scheduled to for May 24-28 at the Vodafone Arena, Suva.

New Pacific climate change programme to have regional recognition

Suva, Fiji – Fifteen countries are meeting this week in Nadi, Fiji, to finalise the competencies that will make up Pacific regional qualifications in sustainable energy and resilience, including climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction.

Safety in midwifery: critical service for national progress

IN 2013, just three years ago, the majority of an estimated 289,000 women and about three million newborn babies died globally from preventable complications and illnesses.