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  • 11
  • Dec

Michael Wate has been appointed the new general manager of Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (NPF).

  • 29
  • Nov

THE Central Bank of Solomon Islands announces the introduction of the new $10 note, the fourth banknote in the new family of banknotes, which also starts circulating today.

  • 08
  • Nov

It is vital that businesses of all sizes, including small medium enterprise (SME’s) are honored to note their impact on community development said Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat's secretary general Dame Meg Taylor.

  • 06
  • Nov

 The 75th anniversary of the Battle of Guadalcanal has been attributed as the key factor in the Solomon Islands recording its biggest ever August visitor intake since arrival records began.

  • 02
  • Nov

Hot on the heels of a highly successful 2017 Solomon Islands Dive Festival, the Solomon Islands has kept the international dive spotlight firmly on the destination with a major tourism team attending the world’s biggest dive EXPO in Orlando, Florida - DEMA 2017.

  • 25
  • Oct

The joint venture between Taiwanese Global Fisheries Limited and local Solfish Company has produced significant economic impacts in the country.

  • 25
  • Oct

SOLOMON Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) through discussions with their trading business partners has drafted plans to transform the ports into a car transshipment hub in the region.

  • 24
  • Oct

Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) Secretary General Dame Meg Taylor will be the keynote speaker at the Business Excellence Awards (BEA) 2017 set to take place on Saturday 4th November at the Coral Sea Resort & Casino.

  • 23
  • Oct

THE recent signing of the SIPA- Maersk-Tri Marine Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is expected to bring more economic opportunities for people in the Western province.

  • 18
  • Oct

THE Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) today (Wednesday 18th 2017) released the latest figures on the International Merchandise Trade Statistics (IMTS) with a balance of $57.5m surplus recorded in the March quarter of 2017.

  • 17
  • Oct

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) Shipping Line of Japan is looking at the possibility of working with the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) to boost its cargo-holding capacity.

  • 17
  • Oct

Historic achievement for the country’s leading SOE

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