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  • Apr

BRISBANE Airport chiefs are planning to build a monorail system to move passengers around the hub as they prepare for a huge increase in traffic over the next 20 years.

  • 02
  • Apr

The country faces a challenging future in terms of its economic growth given the dwindling forestry industry as more natural forests are being logged out.

  • 02
  • Apr

ANZ on Tuesday announced the addition of another ANZ goMoney merchant  to its expanding network across the Solomon Islands.

  • 02
  • Apr

SOLOMON Islands Postal Corporation violated the Universal Postal Union Convention when it temporarily closed its Auki office in Malaita.

  • 03
  • Apr

Tourism operators in Marau, east Guadalcanal have urged the ministry of tourism and culture to explain how the tourism funding for the constituency was allocated.

  • 03
  • Apr

The Solomon Island visitors bureau (SIVB) is targeting to increase its visitors’ arrival into Solomon Island up to a billion within a year.

  • 03
  • Apr

A slight pickup in economic growth is being forecasted for Solomon Islands this year (2014) from 2.9 percent in 2013 to 3.0 percent.

  • 03
  • Apr

The ministry of culture and tourism in partnership with the Live and Learn International non-government organisation have successfully carried out a tourism awareness last week in Isabel.

  • 03
  • Apr

SP Brewery launched a new beer brand in Lae last Friday.

  • 04
  • Apr

AUSTRALIA geothermal energy company Geodynamics on Thursday announced the appointment of Mal Kuper as its Country Representative resident in Honiara.

  • 04
  • Apr

“AUSTRALIA and New Zealand (ANZ) have told us time and time again that they do not have a commercial interest in these negotiations, but the reality is that without substantive commitments on labour mobility and development assistance, they (ANZ) will be the major beneficiaries of this Agreement,” says Trade Negotiations Envoy Robert Sisilo.

  • 04
  • Apr

THE awareness program that is being carried out by Guadalcanal Plains Palm Oil Limited (GPPOL) in  North East Guadalcanal has now resumed after being disturbed due to the wet weather experienced earlier in the year.