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Australian ‘Mad Hueys’ visiting Papatura

 A renowned Australian group who travelled around to surf and fish will be arriving this afternoon in Honiara.

SIEA provides linemen training to staff

AT Solomon Islands Electricity Authority (SIEA), Linemen play an important role in our operations; they ensure that the distribution network, safely and reliably provides the required supply of electricity to the customer.  

NTDC holds first meeting for 2014

THE National Trade Development Council (NTDC) on Friday held its first quarterly meeting for 2014 at the Kairos conference centre.

MSG hails indigenous businesses

THE Melanesian Spearhead Group High Level Representative, Ambassador Kaliopate Tavola said indigenous business in Melanesia serve as important conduits in economically empowering its citizens as well as creating wealth and redistributing wealth and national benefits.

Plans for promotional clips at airport

Local tourism company Sol-Host is taking a lead in trying to set up four large video screens which aims to show promotional clips about the country as part of tourism awareness program.

Quarantine vows to supports airport project

Quarantine division within the ministry of agriculture and livestock (MALS) is committed to supporting the project undertaken by a private tourism firm Sol Host Project in trying to set–up of four (4) LCD screens at the Honiara’s international and domestic airport.


The Central Bank of Solomon Islands’ (CBSI) has clarified recent media statements regarding the applications of the Pacific Alliance Bank Ltd (PAB) and the Pan Oceanic Bank (POB).

Near disaster at Auki power station

THE Solomon Islands Electrical Authority (SIEA), Auki power station escaped what could have been a disaster.

OUR Telekom Company limited has been reported to have owed the government millions in unpaid sales tax from its prepaid Me Top Up services throughout the country.

Media gather in Sydney to talk business

Media industry professionals, publishers, proprietors, editors, and journalists from across the Pacific are gathering in Sydney for the inaugural Asian Development Bank (ADB) Pacific Business Media Summit.