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Karate members asked to resume training

Members of the Solomon Islands (Jindokai) Karate Federation (SIKF) are being urged to resume their training sessions as soon as possible.

Hockey registration opens

Registration for the upcoming hockey club league is now open.

New archbishop spells out priorities

Newly-elected Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia Right Reverend George Takeli has spelled out his priorities for the church.

SIPA noodle import

Dear Editor – It was with a great deal of disappointment that I read the article published in the Friday edition of the newspaper that covered the CEO of SIPA and his intention to add Noodles to his long list of folly's outside the remit under which SIPA is supposed to operate.

NZ seasonal work scheme

Dear Editor – Thanks for allowing me space so I can express myself some of the practices and unfair salary returns working in a farm in New Zealand under the much publicised Seasonal Workers scheme.

Power hungry politicians

Dear Editor – A subject that had got out of hand and where some writers had to look in all the wrong places to back up their points.

ANZ launches mega campaign

ANZ Solomon Islands last Friday launched its mega campaign, joining other ANZ branches across the Pacific to give its customers the opportunity to win a new brand Toyota hilux.

Kurukuru rules

6-1 thrashing of Vanuatu to make it four wins in a row

Church Of Melanesia elects new Archbishop

THE Right Reverend George Takeli is the new Archbishop elect of the Anglican Church of Melanesia.

Lai praised stars

THE President of the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) has commended the national futsal team for the successful victory over their hot rival, Fustal Whites on Wednesday in their third match of the 2016 Oceania Futsal World Cup Qualifiers in Fiji.