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  • 19
  • Jun


A FOUR day training on tilapia was successfully conducted last week in Malaita province.

  • 19
  • Jun


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) has acknowledged the move by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, Labour and Immigration (MCILI) to put a stop to foreigners who are illegally operating businesses which are on the reserved list for local Solomon Islanders.

  • 19
  • Jun

 
For the fourth month in a row, international visitation to the Solomon Islands has shown double digit growth.

  • 18
  • Jun


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) as the peak body representing the private sector in the country applauds the Solomon Islands Government and the Australian Government for their commitment to progress the high-speed telecommunication undersea cable from Sydney to Honiara.

  • 14
  • Jun

HIRED Fokker 70 aircraft from Brisbane-based Alliance Airlines based in Australia has serviced the Solomon Airlines operated Brisbane-Honiara-Tarawa international route.

  • 06
  • Jun

REGISTERED participants at the Melanesian Arts and Culture Festival (MACFest) next month will now have access to fresh bottled water and soft drinks thanks to Szetu Enterprises Ltd (SEL).

  • 21
  • May

 

Solomon Islands National Teachers Association (SINTA) will soon benefit from ten newly built houses at Lungga area, east Honiara.

  • 17
  • May

SOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has purchased a further 10% share of Heritage Park Hotel in Honiara for $46 million.

  • 09
  • May

Local farmers in West Kwara'ae, Malaita Province on Monday got the opportunity to learn a new and effective method of cultivating sweet potato that will encourage more yielding.

  • 09
  • May

 

More male farmers in West Kwara'ae in Malaita Province are showing interest in the Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) farming method which encourages single vine planting in rows.

  • 09
  • May

Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, John Maneniaru says Solomon Islands, in his opening speech at World Tuna Day last week pointed to the need to "fish smarter" through fishing sustainably and maximising domestication of the industry.

  • 08
  • May

Local young women were winners in several competitions run by SolTuna as part of the World Tuna Day celebrations in Noro ov the weekend.

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