Editor - Solomon Star News


The fallen flag: Is it a premonition?

It was on the country’s 37th Independence Day celebrations that an extraordinary incident happened in front of heads of our Government, diplomats, visitors and our people.

Who is the real trouble maker here?

Dear Editor - allow me space in your editor’s column to register my response to a letter to the editor by Robert Luiramo in Saturday’s Solomon Star issue no. 5950.

Bodo’s inflexible policy

Dear Editor - I am writing this letter to you in response to not only the issue facing Evita Solomon Ltd but also in relation to the Sunday front page news featuring Minister of Forests Bodo Dettke again on his stance to clean up logging companies not operating legally or under proper license.

Child trafficking

Dear Editor - The media coverage on this issue recently should not take us by surprise.

United U16 women crowned champs

Western United U16 women’s team is the 2015 champion of the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) national women’s U16 soccer championship.

High school rugby action continues

The 2015 Credit Corporation High School Rugby 15s competition continues this week with some exciting matches being lined up.

Sports seminar kicks off in Auki

A TWO days Sports Facility Survey Working Seminar (SFSWS) for sports associations in and around Auki town kicked off yesterday at the Rarasu Restaurant in Auki, Malaita province.

Maneka: Sports brings unity

SOCCER can bring unity and peace in communities says Minister for National Peace, Unity and Reconciliation and MP for North Guadalcanal Samson Maneka.

OFC Appeals Committee to meet

OFC: The Oceania Football Confederation Appeals Committee will convene on Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 August in Auckland, New Zealand to consider the appeal lodged by New Zealand Football against the decision made by the OFC Disciplinary Committee on 12 July.

Guadalcanal U16 gets support

Guadalcanal Under 16 women’s team has been boosted with the donation of T-Shirts and food item on Sunday.