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Fiji's sevens star Kunatani joins Toulouse

PARIS, (AFP) - Free-scoring Fiji rugby sevens powerhouse Semi Kunatani has joined French Top 14 club Toulouse on a two-year deal, the club said on Tuesday.

Sunday sch teachers training

A TWO days workshop to equip Sunday school teachers with teaching skills ended successfully on Sunday 3rd May at Tulagi, Central province.

Virgin Coconut Oil response

Dear Editor – I am writing to thank Frank Short for his letter to the Star dated Monday 11th May and to provide some more information to your readers.

Vote West Papua for MSG

Dear Editor – My good people of Solomon Islands, I write to appeal to you all to render your support for our Melanesian brothers and sisters of West Papua by calling on our Prime Minister and his government to cast their vote in support of their application to be a member of Melanesian Spearhead Group come this June.

Recognise your Limit

Dear Editor – Allow me space to briefly comment on statements made by Jonathan Tohuika in the Solomon Star issue 09/05/2015 in relation to the Bintang Borneo mining operation in ward three (3) Central West Rennell and also his brave accusation of Anthony Tamaika.

FAO here

Dear Editor – I am very pleased to learn that the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has signed an agreement with the Solomon Islands Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock to aid sustainable agriculture and rural development.

Council must clean up its backyard

SOMETHING is not right within the Honiara City Council.

Crowded houses

Dear Editor – Many thanks for giving me space to express my views on your paper.

BSP waiting on approvals from island nations

THE NATIONAL - Bank South Pacific (BSP) says it is waiting for few more regulatory approvals before it can fully acquire the banking operations of Westpac in Samoa, Cook Islands, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Tonga for A$125 million (US$99 million).

Govt commits to improve roads

THE GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) is committed to ensure most of the feeder and connecting roads plus the drainage system within the Honiara city and the outskirts of the city are improved.