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SI seafood businesses stand chance to grow from Fish 2.0

Solomon Islands entrepreneurs working within the seafood sector from boat to plate could exponentially expand their businesses through the Fish 2.0 competition launched globally early this month.

Women want more PS, envoy posts

THE National Council of Women (NCW) last week met with the Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare during which they delivered a package of concerns and recommendations.

SIWIBA’s 10th anniversary celebration starts today

SOLOMON Islands Women In Business Association (SIWIBA) is celebrating its 10th anniversary today at the national Art Gallery.

Rennell people benefit from mining spin-offs

Village farmers, fishermen and village shop owners of West Rennell and surrounding communities are experiencing the influx of cash-flow and increase of revenue in their shops and communities as a direct result of the current bauxite mining operation in the area.

Police negotiate end to Port Moresby blockade, averting crisis

RNZI: A five-day blockade that cut fuel supplies to Papua New Guinea's capital, Port Moresby, and forced some power stations to close has ended.

Basketball boosts management capacity in Oceania

The Federation of International Basketball Associations (FIBA) in Oceania in partnership with the Oceania Sports Education Program (OSEP) is enhancing the management and administrative capacity of selected Basketball Federations in the Oceania Region through a Management in Sports Organization (MiSO) workshop.

Solo sum up with huge win

SOLOMON Islands national U-16 team concluded their competition at the OFC U-17 Championship with an overwhelming result, 13-0 against the American Samoa on Thursday.

NOCSI reveals funding

THE National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) reveals that its annual funding it received from the Oceania Olympic Committee is US$85,000 which is equivalent to SBD$648,000.

TSL resumes tomorrow

FOOTBALL fans and supporters will witness the first soccer actions for this year when the country’s biggest soccer league, the Telekom S-league (TSL) resume this weekend.

Police Arrest Mbike suspect

Investigation into island shooting continues