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Submarine Cable project progresses

Chief Executive Officer of Solomon Oceanic Cable Company (SOCC) Robin Russell says that the tender for the main supply of the submarine cable contract will closes on the 17th of July, 2015, which is a first step towards implementation.

Its 10 percent interest

A crediting rate of 10 percent totaling SBD$187.5 million will be added to all NPF contribution balances.

Tuvalu hosts 11th FFC Ministerial

FUNAFUTI, (FFA) - Pacific ministers for Fisheries from all corners of the region arrived in Tuvalu’s capital Funafuti on the weekend to join local communities for a traditional Sunday to’onai feast. The family-style feast, hosted by Tuvalu’s Minister for Fisheries, Elisala Pita has set the tone for a similarly rich discussion at the 11th Fisheries Ministerial, from 30th June to 1 July.

Tourism group cleans up medical ward

VARIOUS departments within the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) including Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) have conducted a major clean-up effort at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) medical ward on Friday.

SIVB organises service tourism awareness

SOLOMON Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has organised a one day Service Tourism Awareness Workshop (STAW) for the entire Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) departments on Friday.

Omokirio acknowledge his young players

KOLOALE FC head coach was impressed with the way his young players performed in the current HFA competition with absence of most of their senior players due to injuries.

3x3 Jam kicks off today

The High School Holiday 3x3 Jam is set for tomorrow Tuesday, June 30.

South East Vella cup kicks off

The 2015 South East Vella La Vella constituency cup will kick off today at Maravari village in Western province.

ACOMSIC Games kick off

2015 ACOMSIC Games kicked off Monday with a colourful parade into Lawson Tama stadium in Honiara.

Here’s news for NPF members

Board to declare interest rate today