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Monday, October 3, 2022

TSI urges politicians to embrace digital era

By EDDIE OSIFELO TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands is urging...

CBSI announces policy stance to tame inflation for next 6 months.

BY JENNIFER KUSAPA Central Bank has announced an...

SINPF to pay $77.5 million to members

BY NED GAGAHE SOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund...

PNG lands with high hope

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BY ROMULUS HUTA THE PNG national under-16 soccer boys landed in Honiara on Wednesday afternoon with high hopes ahead of Sunday’s kick-off of the 2018 OFC Under-16 Championship at Lawson Tama Stadium. Led by Anthony Pakatoka...

Morgan into quarterfinal of Fiji Open

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BY ROMULUS HUTA SOLOMON Islands female tennis player Zorika Morgan has made it into quarterfinals of the open women’s category of the Fiji Tattslotto Open Tennis Championships currently underway in Fiji. She will meet Mulan Kamoe...

“Tell the truth”

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SIFF urges Konofilia not to deny assistance given to pay for his boys’ Australian visas in last year’s failed overseas soccer trials attempt BY ROMULUS HUTA THE national football governing body has urged its critic Joel...

Wini appointed flag bearer for Gold Coast

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BY ROMULUS HUTA MEDAL hopeful Jenlyn Wini will be the country’s official flag bearer for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games next month. Wini has been elected for the role during a ‘One Team Solomon’ meeting held...

Upset for Marist

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SIPA Futsal Challenge takes off with a bang BY ROMULUS HUTA THE SIPA Futsal Challenge gets off with a bang yesterday at the Multipurpose Hall with the first round of matches. Six matches were played across...

Selection was tough: Suri

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BY ROMULUS HUTA THE national under-19 head coach Batram Suri says they faced a lot of difficulty in selecting the best out of the 146 players who attended the trials in their preparation for next...

Warriors qualify for champions league

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Marist moves into second spot By Taromane Martin SOLOMON Warriors FC has secured their spot for next year’s Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Champions League. S/Warriors secured their spot for the champion’s league over the weekend despite losing 2-1...

They were KOSSA players

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By Taromane Martin THE three Real Kakamora FC players who were asked by the Telekom Soccer League competition manager to leave the field before their match with Henderson Eels FC were registered KOSSA Honiara Football...

Kaua misses first leg

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Marist releases 15-man travelling roster for semi’s away leg BY ROMULUS HUTA MARIST midifelder Atkin Kaua will sit out the first leg away encounter of the Oceania Champions League semi-final against Lautoka this weekend, it was...

Quarter draws

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Warriors meet Auckland while Marist takes on Nalkutan in Oceania Champions League quarter BY ROMULUS HUTA THE Oceania Champions League quarterfinal fixtures were made known yesterday. The draws were held at the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Secretariat...