THE 2021 Budget can be described as the ‘most inclusive budget.’
THE Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) continues to seriously recognise the rural sector development as stated in the 2021 budget.
• 2021 Budget into 2nd reading
• SIEA tariff rates reduction by May
Govt takes steps to promote domestic tourism
Solomon Airline faces big lose in revenue
THE Governor of the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) Dr. Luke Forau says this year is the recovery phase of our economy and the country needs to get the economic fundamental rights.
GIZO food vendors in Western Province have been provided with new gazebos (tent) and umbrellas to use while selling their food products.
National flag carrier Solomon Airlines will continue to be able to operate its Friday weekly service in April.
Govt faces budget shortfall of $300million
The building that will host the Winrock office in Auki Malaita Province is expected to complete towards the end of the month.
The current nation-wide ban imposed on beche-de-mer harvesting is necessary to control over-harvesting of the marine product.
OWNERS of large and small plantations, among other resource owners on Kolombangara say they are in the dark about the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) and the big picture that everyone was so hyped up about in the last 12 months.
Aus’t, NZ support tourism sector
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MAL committed to deliver Sape, Varivao Food Bank projects