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October 30th, 2020
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Dolphin attraction booms

PEOPLE interested in watching dolphins play and swim in style will now be able to do so, thanks to Alistair Morris who initiated the establishment of Dolphin View Beach, a dolphin  off shore water way along a reef line, just  a short drive west of the capital Honiara.

Long dry spell affects local oil palm growers

The National, PNG - WEST New Britain’s small oil palm growers are feeling the effects of the long dry spell in low fruit harvests and a slump in market price for palm oil.

Solomons named ‘Hottest travel destination for 2016’

IT’S official. The Solomon Islands has been named the number one ‘Hottest travel destination for 2016’ in Australia.

Fa’arodo joins SIFF force

Fa’arodo appointed new technical and development officer

Hockey gains momentum

The first ever hockey competition has been successful in their start a week ago and is scheduled to continue with more interesting matches this weekend.

U14 and U12 futsal squads revealed

The national U12 and U14 futsal squad has been announced, Monday.

PNG 7s Squad trimmed

PORT MORESBY, ( POST COURIER) -The Puma Energy Papua New Guinea Sevens train-on squad has been finalised to prepare for tournaments in Singapore and New Zealand.

New Caledonia mourns emblematic figure

OFC: New Caledonia is mourning an emblematic member of the football community following the passing of Gaïtcha president and deputy mayor of Noumea, Dr. Paul Qaeze at the weekend.

Code share deal provides massive opportunity tourism

FOLLOWING the sealing of an agreement last week for the code-share between Solomon Airlines and Qantas, the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has described the deal as a catalyst with the potential to thrust the country fully into the international tourism spotlight.

Music federation revived in a banquet

AFTER more than decade being dormant the Solomon Islands Music Federation (SIMF) was revived over the weekend.

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