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  • 12
  • Sep



SOLOMON Islands’ advantage to capitalise its strategic 21st century is yet to be fully appreciated and capitalised such as opportunities to be a central hub in aviation trade and shipping.  

  • 12
  • Sep



Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has reiterated the government’s commitment to work closely with the private sector.

  • 11
  • Sep



STATE Owned Entity (SOE) Solomon Ports last week unveiled its hi-tech LED lighting system and CCTV Surveillance System at the Honiara Port.

  • 09
  • Sep



LOCAL kava farmers in the country are benefiting financially from the lucrative kava industry due to global demand.

  • 06
  • Sep


A
new roads and aviation project worth $433M that is set to benefit the country was officially launched by the government and donor partners in Honiara yesterday.

  • 03
  • Sep



The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) highlighted what Solomon Islands as a country has to offer in terms of potential for business to invest during the 2019 Papua New Guinea Investment Conference.

  • 03
  • Sep

One of the more high-profile identities on the South Pacific tourism scene, Tourism Solomons’ Freda Unusi has stepped down from the marketing manager role she has held for almost ten years.

  • 02
  • Sep

KOKONUT Pacific Solomon Islands limited launched three of its new products on Thursday in Honiara.

  • 07
  • Aug

Bungusule Customary Landowner Trustees have refuted yesterday’s front-page article of the Island Sun newspaper alleging that Axiom Mining Limited has deserted its camp on San Jorge.

  • 07
  • Aug


THE country is expected to see more visitors arriving by boat this year.

  • 31
  • Jul



THE Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) was part of a local delegation that attended the Pacific tripartite high-level forum on climate change and decent work last week from 24-26 July in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG).

  • 31
  • Jul

THE Governor General (GG) His Excellency Reverend, David Vunagi says the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) recognises that the private sector is fundamental in driving our economy forward.

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