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More youths undertake free business training

About 238 young people aged between 15 to 30 in and around Honiara Town have enrolled for the free business training facilitated by Youth At Work (YAW).

Business mission for SI next week

Businesses are invited to participate in the Australia Pacific Islands Business Council’s trade mission to the Solomon Islands, which begins Monday next week - March 10.

SIVB appoints Australia Experience international PR consultant

The Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has appointed Australia-based Mike Parker-Brown to manage its global public relations (PR) portfolio.

Chamber meets donor groups

The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SICCI) last Thursday met with donor organisations to discuss the state of the private sector in the country.

Govt equips Solomon Host

Local tourism company, Solomon Host will now be able to deliver quality tourism training following a timely support from the government recently.

West approves land for tourism complex

The Western provincial government has allocated a piece of land to the ministry of culture and tourism for the construction of a new tourism office in Gizo, Western province.

Airlines, SIVB commits to aggressive promotion

Solomon Airlines and the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) have announced a new memorandum of understanding (MNOU) that will see the airline and the Bureau work together to advertise and promote the Solomon Islands overseas.

$6m support from NZ to HCC

A deal was signed last week to extend New Zealand’s funding support to the Honiara City Council through the Honiara Economic Development Support Programme (HEDSUP) for this year.

New tower for Tetepare next month

The Tetepare conservation island in the Western province will join the rest of the world through internet and mobile services once Our Telekom sets up a mobile tower there next month.

Mobile banking can boost Savings Clubs

New forms of electronic and mobile phone banking recently introduced in the country can definitely boost and improve the basic services provided by rural savings clubs.