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  • 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.

  • 09
  • Dec


The Bulk Shop has opened a new shopping centre at NPF Plaza precinct on 8th December 2020. This is a new addition to its line of supermarkets at the NPF Plaza in Point Cruz. 

  • 08
  • Dec


CONSTRUCTION of Solomon Water’s multi-million dollar Kongulai Water Treatment Plant and Pipeline Project will commence in May 2021.

  • 07
  • Dec


The Central Bank of Solomon Islands has successfully hosted the Solomon Islands Credit Union League (The League) special general meeting in Honiara on the 3rd December 2020 to elect a new Board of Directors for SICUL. 

  • 01
  • Dec


THE Gold Ridge Mine Pit removal exercise which is part of the recommissioning process of the country’s only gold mine in Central Guadalcanal is progressing well. 

  • 01
  • Dec


THE Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) continues to lend money to borrowers regardless of the negative impacts of COVID-19 on the local economy since the bank’s inception in June this year.

  • 01
  • Dec


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) expressed its appreciation to the Government and the people of Japan for their continuous support to infrastructure development in the Solomon Islands.

  • 30
  • Nov


The National Consumer Price Index (CPI) has dropped 0.7 percent to 105.1 in August 2020 and rebounded by 0.3 percent to 105.4 in September 2020. The Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) revealed in its latest NCPI statistical report.

  • 28
  • Nov


IT’S the time of the year again for pineapples to be in season and once again, Auki market in the Malaita Province has abounded with the crop.

  • 28
  • Nov


THE Gold Ridge Community and Landowners Council [GRCLC] has called for an urgent review of a subsidiary agreement it signed with Gold Ridge Mining Ltd in 1996.

  • 26
  • Nov


LOGGING performs stronger than expected in the third quarter despite global restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • 23
  • Nov


REVENUE collection by the Ministry of Lands, Housing, and Survey (MLHS) through land rentals over the years continue to increase and this year is expected to be highest in eight years.

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