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  • 01
  • May

A new report by the World Bank said Pacific Island countries including Solomon Islands should be cautious over any plans for mining of the seabed.

  • 26
  • Apr

THE Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) workers are now using a digital entry system to enter data, thanks to the SIPA reforms.

  • 18
  • Apr

THE Numbers of international visitors into the country has steadily increased from January to December last year.

  • 17
  • Apr

The Central Bank of the Solomon Islands (CBSI) has published the December 2015 Quarterly Economic Review on the CBSI website (www.cbsi.com.sb), Friday.

  • 07
  • Apr

THE Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Solomon Islands Government and the Skyline Investment Group of Companies which was sealed on 7 August 2015 has now been cancelled.

  • 04
  • Apr

Pan Oceanic Bank, has now launched its first Digital Banking Cadets programme  into the market to assist people from all walks of life to get onto POB Online Digital Banking.

  • 04
  • Apr

A NEW privately owned company that aims to address issues of research and science studies had been unveiled last week.

  • 31
  • Mar

NATIONAL CARRIER Solomon Airlines will be relaunching its Honiara-Sydney route starting on Tuesday 26th of this month.

  • 18
  • Mar

As part of the ongoing courtesy meetings with stakeholders, Solomon Islands Tourism Industry Council (SITIC) on Tuesday met with Josefa Tuamoto, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Solomon Islands Visitor’s Bureau (SIVB).

  • 18
  • Mar

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) has released a new policy guideline that will help support and safe guard all credit unions seeking to expand and grow their investment portfolios for member’s benefits.

  • 24
  • Feb

OUR Telekom company says the communication network failure affecting the mobile phone service over the weekend was caused by power-cuts experienced in the capital, Honiara.

  • 24
  • Feb

THE The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) welcomes the news report about the decision made by Solomon Islands Attorney General, James Apaniai, that the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) has breached the SIPA Act by focusing on business activities outside its mandate.

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