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  • 30
  • May

AIR Niugini’s sales office in Honiara, Solomon Islands, will be re-opened on Monday to look after interest of customers in the region, chief executive Simon Foo said.

  • 30
  • May

ONLY two companies have been recommended by the ministry of agriculture and livestock (MALS) through quarantine division that have legal import permit licences to import vegetables seed into the country.

  • 30
  • May

Officers from the quarantine department within the ministry of agriculture and livestock have confiscated seeds from a number of shops in Honiara which have been sold without any approve permit license.

  • 30
  • May

Communities in and around Banika ward, Yandina, Central  province can now access secure, convenient, effective, efficient, banking services, through Westpac’s new In-store Banking outlet which opened last Thursday at the Te-mite store.

  • 29
  • May

Inspection of the Lomlom airstrip on Reef Islands, Temotu province has been further delayed.

  • 29
  • May

The Solomon Island Artist Association (SIAA) is unhappy with the selection done by the committee formed by ministry of culture and tourism (MCT) for participants to attend the 5th Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture in Papua New Guinea (PNG) next month.

  • 29
  • May

A member of the Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) board of directors has praised the Kobuana landowners on Bonavesta, Central Island province for willingly offering their land to the government to build an airstrip.

  • 29
  • May

The Indonesian mining firm Bintang Borneo would upgraded the road links between Tingoa to Lake Tegano on East Rennell once they kick off their initial operations.

  • 29
  • May

Indonesian mining firm Bintang Borneo will financially assist Renbel provincial government with the extension of the Tingoa airstrip runway.

  • 29
  • May

Pacific churches have welcomed Fiji’s support for self-determination of the Kanaky people and called on regional governments to follow this course.

  • 29
  • May

Songs of the Pacific have been heard at Parliament House as islanders from countries likely to be most at threat from rising sea levels braved the Canberra winter to highlight the issue of climate change.

  • 29
  • May

Profound change is underway in the Papua New Guinean economy — and the fortunes of Australian Securities Exchange-listed companies Oil Search and Santos — following the first shipment from the ExxonMobil-led PNG liquefied natural gas project.