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  • 19
  • Oct


A GOOD number of people have flooded the Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) stall to taste a variety of local taros displayed during the world food day celebrate at Townground in Honiara this week.

  • 20
  • Oct


COMMODITIES Export Marking Authority (CEMA) will be working closely with the local farmers to obtain the best quality cocoa and coconut products as part of encouraging downstream processing.

  • 18
  • Oct


THE Solomon Islands and Australian governments are well underway in delivering high speed internet here

  • 17
  • Oct

Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) is currently focusing on the implementation of a quality, energy, and environmental management for port’s operations as the guiding principles of their work in support of the Pacific Community’s (SPC) Green Pacific Port initiative.

  • 16
  • Oct

On Saturday night Sullivans and Australian wine giant Tempus Two hosted a wine tasting at French restaurant Club Havana.

  • 10
  • Oct


THE Ministry of Forestry and Research (MoFR) has come out to clarify comments made on the Solomon Business Magazine online’s Facebook page as inaccurate and does not reflect the Ministry’s actual work plans.

  • 04
  • Oct

Central bank defends operations of Pan Oceanic Bank

  • 04
  • Oct

ANUHA Island, known as the Pearl of the Solomons, may spring back to life as the government sets to re-open Anuha airfield in Central Province.

  • 04
  • Oct


PRIME Minister Rick Hou has launched a new initiative with Canadian International Training & Education Corp of Canada [CITREC] that will further strengthen the labour mobility relations between Canada and Solomon Islands.

  • 04
  • Oct

The Young Entrepreneurs Council Solomon Islands (YECSI) now has a Board following its first ever Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 3rd October 2018 at the Heritage Park Hotel.

  • 03
  • Oct


LOMLOM airport on Reef Island will soon witness its inaugural flight following its recent test flight on Sunday.

  • 03
  • Oct

AN assessment of the Russell Islands Plantation Estates Limited (RIPEL) issue has uncovered serious pitfalls.

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