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  • 27
  • Mar

UNDER the country’s 10-year National Development Strategy for 2011-2020, Asian Development Bank (ADB) is assisting Solomon Islands in a number of specific projects.

  • 27
  • Mar

THE Asian Development Bank (ADB) stands ready to kick off the submarine fibre optic cable network once the government indicates where the cables will be connected.

  • 27
  • Mar

RENBELL plans to look into its licensing policies as part of moves to increase its revenue collection.

  • 27
  • Mar

THE Youth market event last week with the theme youth and corruption organised by SPC Youth at work project was a great initiative.

  • 28
  • Mar

WOMEN participation in business in the region has been under-reported, a media seminar in Sydney was told this week.

  • 28
  • Mar

THE New Zealand government will help to fund the construction of the Susubona wharf in Isabel province this year.

  • 28
  • Mar

PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says while his Government is aware and conscious of the demands for economic development; importantly, economic growth must be linked and relevant to the human development of the citizens of this nation.

  • 28
  • Mar

MEMBERS of the Pacific media have been challenged to report on issues that affect lives of people in order to help bring changes to their standard of living.

  • 28
  • Mar

A VISIT by business leaders to the SolTuna cannery and Trimarine processing facility in Noro last weekend marked a historical new level of outreach to the western province for the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

  • 28
  • Mar

THE Asian Development Bank (ADB) will be supporting the next phase of the sustainable transport infrastructure improvement programme this year.

  • 29
  • Mar

A PEOPLE’S Alliance Party led Government will review the country’s Investment Act so national entrepreneurs can be protected from unfair competition posed by rich investors.

  • 29
  • Mar

STAFF of the Commonwealth Youth Programme (CYP) Pacific Centre in Honiara, were farewelled Thursday, as the office comes to its closure.