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  • 24
  • Jul

Members of the Solomon islands National Provident Fund has questioned SINPF board and management to explain what happened to its other investments onshore and offshore.

  • 24
  • Jul

Papua New Guinea airline company, Air Niugini has opened a sales office in Honiara.

  • 24
  • Jul

Soltuna’s major competition is set to be announced in August says Soltuna marketing manager Kenwood Harry.

  • 24
  • Jul

Improvements are being made in the ability of Solomon Islands fish export industry to comply with requirements for the European Union (EU) market.

  • 20
  • Jul

“Pacific Island states have suffered greatly for too long at the mercy of distant rich nations who for decades have systematically plundered their natural oceanic resources offering in return a pittance, which has been accepted without much complaining by Pacific leaders”.

  • 20
  • Jul

Leading the world in environmental protection

  • 20
  • Jul

“Perhaps the region’s hospitality industry needed global endorsement about the islands’ cuisine to take it more seriously.

  • 18
  • Jul

LACK of sun during wet weather can also interfere with the communication network in parts of the country because some of the mobile towers are solar powered.

  • 18
  • Jul

 Following the number of enquiries being received at the Solomon Islands chamber of commerce and industry (SICCI) office concerning awards and award categories, the chamber has came out to inform the nine awards on offer.

  • 16
  • Jul

SAMSUNG Electronics Co. said it has suspended business ties with a Chinese supplier that allegedly hired children.

  • 16
  • Jul

The National Provident Fund (NFP) has been urged to introduce electronic prints on the cards of its members.

  • 16
  • Jul

ANZ has won the global award for Best Digital Channels Strategy under the prestigious 2014 Retail Banker International Awards in recognition of its mobile phone banking application tailored for the Pacific markets.