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  • 12
  • Aug

The Solomon Islands Extractive Industries Transparency Initiatives (SIEITI) is pushing hard for transparency and accountability around the revenue collected from the mining industries in the country.

  • 12
  • Aug

The newly established coconut crushing mill in Mangakiki, West Guadalcanal will venture into bio fuel production soon.

  • 12
  • Aug

SOLOMON Airlines says it has become one of the first international carriers to employ the latest in online customer service web-based technology with the launch of its newly revamped website.

  • 12
  • Aug

A new crashing mill for West Guadalcanal was launched over the weekend at Mangakiki village.

  • 12
  • Aug

The Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) board of management normally meets in Solomon Islands with most of its decisions done here.

  • 11
  • Aug

INVESTORS of the country’s newly established bank – Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) are taking risks to invest in Solomon Islands.

  • 07
  • Aug

After weeks of suspending its services fast craft 360 Discovery is now back in service after a new engine was replaced.

  • 07
  • Aug

A judging panel of ten high-powered women and men are gearing up for the selection of 17 winners and runner up winners for the second annual Solomon Islands Business Excellence Awards (BEA) starting Monday 11th August 2014.

  • 07
  • Aug

National Provident Fund (NFP) this year received more applications from newly formed companies to register with them.

  • 07
  • Aug

Tourism operators on Malaita have expressed their frustration over the inefficiency of transportation services to Auki and around the island that negatively affects their business operations.

  • 07
  • Aug

ONE of the aims of the newly established bank in the country – Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) is to ensure people of Solomon Islands can enjoy a more affordable service.

  • 05
  • Aug

ANZ today announced an agreement with the Australian Government to support the increased roll out of mobile banking and financial literacy programs to a further 65,000 Solomon Islanders previously excluded from traditional banking services.