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Ringi community happy with new wharf

The construction of a new wharf at Ringgi, South Kolombangara in the Western province had received positive response and wide support from Ringi and the surrounding communities.

A step forward for Green Tourism

With the signing of the consent agreement this week between the eco-tourism operators at Roderick Bay in West Big Gela, Central province and Green Tourism Solomon Islands Ltd the development of the proposed holiday package for Tapuipui, Saurangi, and Roderick Bay is well underway.

Chamber takes tuna, tourism focus for outreach launch

A visit by business leaders to the SolTuna cannery and Trimarine processing facility in Noro next week will mark a historic new level of outreach to the Western Province for the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI).

TOURISM COMPANY BOOSTED

Local tourism company, Solomon Host’s operational capacity is being boosted with the opening of its new training room last week.

A role model in reforestation

With close to 30 years of experience and operating in the country, Eagon Pacific Plantation Limited (EPPL) says it wants to be a role model for the country and the region in the area of tree planting and reforestation.

SIVB and chamber assists local designer

The Solomon Islands visitors bureau (SIVB) and the Solomon Islands chamber of commerce & industry have joined forces to raise money for local fashion designer Miss Lyan Tingiia.

Highlands of Hograno gets connected

Our Telekom this week launched

PNA urged to act well on tuna

PARTIES to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) members are urged to take rigorous action on tuna fisheries.

Aqorau: PNA is for the people

PARTIES to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) was established for the well-being of the people of member countries.

Marine stops tug boat

MARINE officers in Noro, Western province have ordered two tug-boats carrying logs not to sail due to the current bad weather and overloading.