Solomon Islands Business News - Solomon Star News

Business (847)

  • 24
  • May

Minister for Communication and Aviation (MCA) Peter Shanel revealed in parliament, Monday that the short fall of US$10 million to fund the submarine cables now stands at US$5 million after some donors willing to fund the other half of the outstanding cost.

  • 23
  • May

A land acquisition officer has dismissed claims AU Capital Mining Limited bribed landowners in Temotu to acquire its prospecting licence to seek minerals on their land.

  • 20
  • May

SOLOMON Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (SICCI) has maintained the organisation has not been in breach of any laws.

  • 19
  • May

A NEWLY launched inland lodge has opened its doors for guests after a successful opening on Wednesday.

  • 19
  • May

THE development of an NGO Code of Minimum Standards for the Solomon Islands will be discussed in Honiara, says the Pacific Islands Association of NGOs head, Emele Duituturaga.

  • 19
  • May

THE continuous pint-sized hourly rate payment received by local security officers through their various firms is still a serious concern, according to former Police officer Henry Kahui.

  • 19
  • May

Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) has recorded a major turnaround on the bank’s operations last year.

  • 17
  • May

Our Telekom’s Super Sunday TOPIDUP promotion has received widespread commendation for its convenience in the country.

  • 12
  • May

MANY commercial farmers throughout Guadalcanal have been empowered in the four days workshop held in Honiara from Monday to Thursday this week.

  • 12
  • May

SUVA, (SPTO) - A delegation from the provincial Government of the Solomon Islands’ Western Province wants more programmes from the regional tourism body to assist in up-skilling their local workforce and developing their industry as a whole.

  • 12
  • May

SUVA, (SPTO) - A delegation from the provincial Government of the Solomon Islands’ Western Province wants more programmes from the regional tourism body to assist in up-skilling their local workforce and developing their industry as a whole.

  • 12
  • May

Chiefs of North West Guadalcanal are appealing to landowners and tribes within the region and the island to release their land for development purposes, whenever the government or an investor requests for it.

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