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SIVB informs operators about international promotion

NEWLY registered North Malaita Tourism Association (NMTA) and people of North Malaita in Malaita Province have been informed about the new marketing approach conducted internationally by the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB).

SI to host women’s regional conference

The Women’s Leadership and Political Participation Regional Conference will be hosted in Honiara, from the 2nd to the 4th of June at the FFA Conference centre.

Vois blo mere gets fund to fight gender violence

Local non-government organization, Vois Blo Mere Solomon Islands gets the nod to involve in fight against gender violence in Solomon Islands.

Thanks PM Sogavare!

MEDIA workers marked World Press Freedom Day on Wednesday night in Honiara – three weeks after the official designated day on May 3.

Councillor Aruhane assists Koa Hill women’s club

A women’s centre group at Koa Hill in the Vavaya ward has received assistance from their Councillor.

Two matches set for womens rugby 10s

The Womens Rugby 10s Competition continues today with two great matches set down for Panatina field this afternoon.

KOSSA remains atop as Warriors slid two spots

The chase for the 2015 Honiara Football Association League (HFA) title for the premier division may have experienced some movements in the team positions but KOSSA remains in charge of the lead.

Training halts

Bad weather to be blamed for no training

Franchise deadline looms

Football clubs hoping to secure licences for next two seasons of the Telekom S-League have until Sunday 30th May to submit their applications or miss out of the country’s top football competition.

NSJC told not to expect too much

A sports fanatic, Adrian Mutu has lashed out to the National Selection and Justification Committee (NSJC) for the Pacific Games, saying they should not expect so much from athletes since they have not helped in putting in place proper and upgraded facilities for athletes to train in for the Games.