Editor - Solomon Star News


SIAFL commences training in school

AS the term three (3) of schooling commences few weeks ago, the Solomon Islands AFL is kicking off its school outreach programmes ahead of the week-long competition at the end of the school term.

Women’s U16 comp set for weekend

The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) national women’s under-16 invitational championship will kick off this weekend at the SIFF Academy field in Honiara.

HNA to host school competition

The Honiara Netball Association (HNA) will be hosting a schools netball competition soon.

Club promo, relegation in force

The promotion and relegation of clubs from all three divisions will now take place as the 2014-15 Honiara Football Association (HFA) league season reaches its conclusion.

BSP country managers meet in Fiji

SUVA, (FBCNEWS) - Bank South Pacific (BSP) Country managers from Samoa, Cook Islands, Solomon Islands and Tonga met in Suva to work closely with BSP Fiji.

ANZ’s Sharma receives top award

PRENIL Sharma, of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Solomon Islands was recently awarded the widely recognized CAMS® credential by the Association of Certified Anti-Money.

New Zealand Offers More Jobs

ISLANDS BUSINESS - More jobs will be made available to Pacific Island workers in the construction and fishing sectors of New Zealand, the delegation from New Zealand attending this week's PACER Plus trade negotiations in Apia has offered.

‘Take pride of tourism’

MINISTER for Culture and Tourism (MCT) and Member of Parliament (MP) for Gela Constituency says Solomon Islands should take pride of its tourism development.

Forty-one detained after brawl at Fiji wharf

RNZI: Forty-one Asian fishermen have been detained in Fiji after they were allegedly involved in a brawl at Kings Wharf in Suva.

Why short bus routes?

Dear Editor – The problem of short bus routes has been around for a while now and it has been a 'Thorn in the Flesh', a 'Pain in the Neck' and a 'Kick in the Guts' to all of us; while those causing it are enjoying seeing the public suffer.