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  • 09
  • Aug


Solomon Islands Discovery Cruises and Strongim Bisnis, an Australian aid initiative are partnering to boost cruise tourism in three provinces and provide opportunities for small enterprises along the route to flourish by selling artefacts, food, entertainment and tour guide services to cruise ship passengers.

  • 08
  • Aug


As the peak body representing private sector, the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) believes the country has so much to offer in terms of business investment.

  • 07
  • Aug


BOARD chairman of the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF), Peter Boyers has revealed that 7.9% is the interest rate to be paid for the money borrowed by government.

  • 06
  • Aug


Businesses in and around Gizo, Western province last week on August 2-3 2018 benefited from a ‘Marketing and Customer Service’ training workshop.

  • 01
  • Aug

HONIARA domestic port at Point Cruz in Honiara has improved over the last two years and sets a good example of a neglected facility that now turns into a more organised, and revenue generating source for SIPA.

  • 25
  • Jul

The Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) and the Solomon Island National Provident Fund (SINPF) are yet to sign the SBD3.5 million deal that will see SINPF taking over Auki Plaza.

  • 23
  • Jul


Air Kiribati CEO, Mr. Tarataake Teannaki, has announced that Air Kiribati has launched its new fare promotion “Kids Fly Free” on its international air services to Funafuti and Honiara.

  • 11
  • Jul

THE Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) has congratulated the people and Government of Solomon Islands on the occasion of the country’s 40th Independence Anniversary on 7th July 2018.

  • 28
  • Jun

GOVERNMENT together with the private sector and other development stakeholders must work in partnership to support inclusive forms of growth in this country.

  • 25
  • Jun

Rove’s debilitated bus stop in west Honiara has been given a new look – thanks to Bank South Pacific (BSP).

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