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  • 13
  • Jan

THE residents and government employees in the Isabel Province headquarter are badly affected by network outage from Saturday till Tuesday.

  • 09
  • Jan

THE cat is out of the bag – the Government’s much-talked-about Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) has run out of money, an investigation by Solomon Star has established.

  • 08
  • Jan


Solomon Airlines and airfreight specialist Pak Fresh are proving that where there’s a will there’s a way, even in an era of COVID-19, to supply vital prescription drugs and 
pharmaceuticals to people stranded far from home.

  • 07
  • Jan


BRED Bank Solomons has been commended for demonstrating trust and confidence in the country.  

  • 04
  • Jan


AN angry applicant has fired this year’s first salvo in the war of words over the disbursement of the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP), describing the $320 million give-away as a “scam.”

  • 23
  • Dec


Vaccine development light at the end of the tunnel

  • 23
  • Dec


The Manufacturing Industry Working Group (MIWG) of the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) reiterates its call for the Solomon Islands Government to seriously work on improving its enforcement processes to make sure all companies, both local and foreign, follow all laws, regulations, standards and ethical practices that apply to each company and industry.

  • 17
  • Dec


The Australian Government initiative, Strongim Bisnis, is boosting the success of Solomon Airlines’ ‘Helpful Holidays’ domestic tourism initiative. Strongim Bisnis is providing marketing support and helping tourism operators improve their business practices for a domestic traveller market. 

  • 15
  • Dec


With the COVID-19 restrictions easing, Solomon Islands High Commissioner to Australia Robert Sisilo is reaching out to small and medium enterprises investing in Solomon Islands.  

  • 15
  • Dec


THE Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) cash payment for successful recipients will be suspended until next year, 2021.

  • 10
  • Dec


A Kava training for farmers in the Northern part of Vella La Vella Island in the Western Province was deemed successful.

  • 10
  • Dec


AMIDST the COVID 19 pandemic, the agriculture sector continues to perform well from the second quarter of this year with moderate growth of 2.1 percent.

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