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Manu Samoa Sevens team named for Olympics qualifier

APIA, (TALAMUA ONLINE) - Manu Samoa Sevens 12 man squad for their last chance to make the Rio Olympics has been announced.

Hayne's battle 7s selection

SUVA, 16 JUNE 2016 (FIJI TIMES) - While he has that ability to create a media circus, Jarryd Hayne has also been able to win the respect of Vodafone 7s coach Ben Ryan.

Fiji eyes 7s event

Suva (Fiji Times) - PRIME Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Fiji would like to host one of the tournaments of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands understands that a big government delegation has left for Vienna to report on the progress the government has achieved with regard to implementation of the UNAC nationally.

Strong stuff from SFA

Urgent action is needed

Facing up to corruption

Dear Editor – Taking a principled stand against corruption, especially when corruption is entrenched, doesn’t come without some cost, personally and even politically, as appears to have been hinted at in the latter case in the Solomon Islands.

Have we not learned the lesson?

RECENT rumours of another tension have reportedly forced a number of families to leave Honiara for their home province.

Tension will affect investment: Barker

Port Moresby (The National) - AN economist says disruptions to business operations by public protests may incur additional costs to business operators.

Fijian PM promises help for affected businesses

SUVA, (FIJI TIMES) - The Fijian Government is working on ways to assist people who already received Micro and Small Business Grants (MSBG), but suffered damage in the aftermath of Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston.

Inquiries to begin, UPNG bid dismissed

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) - The Papua New Guinea Government’s immediate task is to salvage the 2016 academic year at State-run universities which have been hit by protests and boycott of classes by students for more than one month, Chief Secretary Isaac Lupari said Wednesday.