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  • 01
  • Oct

Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) yesterday received the first acquittal report from Kiriom Homestay in Bita’ama, Malaita province.

  • 01
  • Oct

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade (MFAET) in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) and the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) are requesting innovative tourism project proposals from the public.

  • 01
  • Oct

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) Board at its meeting last Tuesday, after considering the developments in the economy during the first six months of the year, has decided to adjust its monetary policy stance over the next six months to a more accommodative monetary policy from the neutral position adopted during the first half of the year.

  • 29
  • Sep

Varivao Holdings Ltd has secured a new market in the United States (US) to sell its locally produced kava.

  • 28
  • Sep

MORE than a hundred people have signed up as Telekom top-up agents in Malaita province recently.

  • 28
  • Sep

Two more communities in Malaita will now access mobile phone use following the launch of towers within their areas, Thursday.

  • 28
  • Sep

SOLOMON Islands Chamber of Commerce (SICCI) last Friday launched its redesigned website after much input into the restructuring of the organisation.

  • 28
  • Sep

A TRADE delegation from the Solomon Islands visited Australia recently, keen to promote their country as a top destination in the Pacific.

  • 26
  • Sep

The Government is negotiating with foreign investors to buy the Gold Ridge Mine on Central Guadalcanal from the Australian mining company, St Barbara.

  • 25
  • Sep

Our Telekom is wrapping up its tower launching programs around Malaita Province this week.

  • 23
  • Sep

Tourism operators are calling on the government to quickly resolve the Fiji-Solomons flight impasse.

  • 23
  • Sep

Solomon Island needs bigger wharves to cater for cruise ships coming here says Deputy Director of Tourism, Savita Nandan.