Accommodation

Pacific Games athletes to check out after completing events

Team Samoa Chef de Mission, Nynette Sass says athletes will check out from their place of accommodation after completing their events.

“The first wave of athletes checking in and it depends on the sports schedule for first week and second week. So those competing in the first week will come in and check in and do the competition and then check out and then next wave comes in.”

“So in that way we don’t get to overload the system too much,” she said.

Rugby Africa apologises for hotel

The Sables were pictured lying among their luggage on the streets in Tunisia, having been angered by the condition of the hotel they were due to stay in ahead of Saturday's Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash.

Having been contacted by World Rugby, Rugby Africa assured fans that the issue was resolved as Zimbabwe were shown to another hotel, while executive member Khaled Babbou is en route to Beja to examine the accommodation.

​Fire service warns landlords

This is the message from the PNG Fire Service, after a child tragically died in a fire at Badili on Sunday.

The Port Moresby residential building, which was once a shop, caught fire at around 2pm.

While the cause of the Badili fire is yet to be established, Acting Chief Fire Officer, Bill Roo, raised concerns about buildings that have had their class of occupancy changed to another without complying with proper processes prescribed in the Building Act (Regulations) chapter 301 or the PNG fire code.