ABD Gives SIG US$15.4 Million

THE Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) revealed that the government has secured US$15.4 million from the Asian Development Bank for the development of the USP fourth campus project in the country. The prolonged development of the project has received an encouraging progress and its ground breaking ceremony is scheduled for next month.…

Frustration rises for Malaita ANZ customers

ANZ bank customers in Malaita province who wish to do money transaction through cheque will have to travel to Honiara to be able to access this very service. And this was causing so much frustration and inconvenience amongst customers. This was after the ANZ bank has decided to close down its operational branch in Malaita…

New fisheries centre to open soon

A FISHERY centre build at Tambea in Northwest Guadalcanal will be opened for use. This was confirmed by a contractor Richard Ubua who builds the centre. Speaking to the Solomon Star’s Northwest Guadalcanal stringer, John Toki, Mr Ubua said that the centre will be opened soon in three months time. He added this fisheries centre…

Pacific fisheries observers safety a concern: WWF

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) – Concerns have been raised that some countries have not yet implemented the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) requirements, imposed in 2016. This is to provide all regional observers with appropriate technology that will not only save lives but ultimately improve data they submit. The concern was raised by…

National tourism forum, Thursday

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Rota tanks meet international quality standard

ROTA tanks, manufactured locally by Rotomould (Solomons) Ltd, are the first and only water tanks in the Solomon Islands to be certified to international quality standards – the ISO Type 5: AS/NZS 4766 standards. In a statement on Tuesday Rotomould Group of Companies Managing Director, Prakash Chand said the company has always been absolutely committed…