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  • 18
  • Sep

Fiji Airways, Fiji’s National Airline and Solomon Airlines, the national carrier of the Solomon Islands,  have signed a codeshare agreement for flights between Nadi and Honiara.

  • 15
  • Sep

CHINA United Cooperation clarifies that Shiyao Guo is not the main investor behind the development of the Town Ground rugby complex as stated in an earlier report.

  • 13
  • Sep

Australian miner Pacific Bauxite Limited announced late last week that it has identified three pockets potentially containing high-grade bauxite ore at its South West New Georgia Bauxite Project in the Solomon Islands.

  • 06
  • Sep

THE Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SICCI) has commended the national government for commencing work to undertake a tax review consultation that involves a wide scope of stakeholders including private sector groups.

  • 06
  • Sep

BETEL nut palm trees are next for the coconut Rhinoceros Beetle (CRB) to attack in this country.

  • 04
  • Sep

There’s a need to launch an all-out-war against the devastating Rhinoceros beetle, which is seriously threatening the coconut and palm oil industries.

  • 31
  • Aug

THE Guadalcanal Planning and Development Board and Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey are currently exhibiting a draft Local Planning Scheme for the Henderson area for public comment.

  • 25
  • Aug

The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SICCI) and other private sector representatives were privileged to meet the Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Takehiko Nakao in Honiara this week.

  • 23
  • Aug

The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources in partnership with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) has started implementing E-Monitoring on long line vessels.

  • 22
  • Aug

Tax Review Consultation Programme will be launched in Honiara this Friday August 25.

  • 20
  • Aug

Kautoga Corporative Society Limited (KCSL) is the largest Oil Palm Out-grower in Guadalcanal.

  • 17
  • Aug

The Government will continue to work with its development partners; private sector investors and other interested parties to continue provide necessary support towards East Rennell World Heritage Site development agenda said Minister of Environment and Conservation Samuel Manetoali.

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