Lomo fired

THE Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Communication and Aviation Francis Lomo has been terminated from his job. Lomo’s premature dismissal was issued fortnight ago although his contract remains valid which is expected to end March next year. Mr Lomo has confirmed his termination but could not comment further on the details of his…

Beware of scammers

Computer and internet users nationwide must be conscious of online scammers who attempt to trick anyone to get their money. This warning was issued by an officer from a Foreign Exchange Company in the country told this paper over the weekend. A scammer is a person that involves in a fraudulent business scheme or a…

New data services for Bmobile-Vodafone

Bmobile-Vodafone have upgraded their data services at the end of May in conjunction with their new data product launch and new coverage areas starting June: Bmobile-Vodafone are delighted to announce that they have successfully upgraded their data services on Tuesday May 26th. This improved service was completed by both the bmobile-Vodafone and the Huawei teams…

‘Reshuffling not influenced’

THE move by the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government to reshuffle its Ministers was not influenced by personal interests, as alleged by some people, an insider from the Office of the Independent Group says. Speaking to the media recently the insider told this paper that the swapping of Ministers portfolios are done with good…

Silentworld’s ten years of service and support to our economy

Silentworld Shipping and Logistics directly contributed over SBD$500,000,000 into the country’s economy over the past ten years, This was highlighted on Saturday night when the company celebrated its 10th anniversary since its establishment in Solomon Islands. This is one of the facts the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Meyric Slimming highlighted when reflecting’s the company’s inception.…