DURING the past 10 weeks, St. Barbara Mining Company spent $42 million on salaries alone without any single return.
SOLOMON Islands is the only Pacific country represented on the United Nations Women Executive Board.
SINCE January this year there have been 24 notified cases of leprosy in Solomon Islands as part of the routine surveillance of the disease in the country.
A CROSS-AGENCY business investment meeting was convened last Wednesday at the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, Labour and Immigration.
LEADING experts from around the South Pacific will come together at the Australian National University (ANU) from today to discuss major issues affecting the region over the coming year.
NEWLY appointed Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) chairman has met with SIVB chief executive officer (CEO) as part of improving tourism promotional activities locally and internationally.
Soltuna Limited will again organise another major competition in few months time which will include Auki, Gizo, Noro and Honiara.
A STAFF member of Our Telekom is currently undergoing three months training on administration and management in New Zealand.
Solomon Islands is ready to participate at the upcoming 5th Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture in Papua New Guinea.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) yesterday signed with the Solomon Islands grant and loan agreements to help the Government boost energy access and renewable energy generation in Auki, the capital of Malaita province.
The New Zealand Government is contributing $3.8 million to the Fred Hollows Foundation to build a new eye clinic in the Solomon Islands.
A BIO gas training conducted under the Choiseul Integrated Climate Change work programme is currently underway at the Taiwan Technical Mission in Honiara.
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