$60M PAYMENT

SINPF Board purchase new gov’t long term development bond The Solomon Islands National Provident (SINPF) Board has purchased a new $60 million bond issued by the Government on Tuesday 22 December 2020 within the framework of an emerging secondary market for government debts. This was announced by SINPF in a statement yesterday. The Central Bank…

Yogesh clarifies Vaccines entry

THE World Health Organisation (WHO) office in Honiara has confirmed that no COVID-19 Vaccines will be imported and be used in the Solomon Islands unless those vaccines are approved by WHO. Speaking during the weekly Talkback Show held on Sunday, Dr. Yogesh Dr. Yogesh Choudhri from WHO-Solomon Islands said as some countries have started their…

NEW THREAT 

Gov’t to closely monitor COVID-19 new variant THE Solomon Islands Government (SIG) is now monitoring very closely the COVID-19 new variant which becomes another threat on top of the COVID-19. Speaking during the weekly talk-back show yesterday, Secretary to Prime Minister (SPM) Dr Jimmy Rodgers said the new variant which has just picked up in…

SINU to open on 4 Jan

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) will resume normal duties as of 4th January 2021 after its closure today for Christmas and New Year’s break. In a statement issued yesterday, SINU management said that the University will have its final half-day of work today (until 12 pm) and will resume normal business on Monday 4…