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Business (1046)

  • 12
  • Mar

All sections of our society, including businesses and employers, must play a role if we are to stop the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in the Solomon Islands, according to the World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health and Medical Services.

  • 10
  • Mar


SOLOMON Water on Monday held a meeting with its stakeholders in Auki, Malaita Province, to update them of the latest in the Auki Water Supply upgrade project. 

  • 10
  • Mar


SOLOMON Islands tourism sector will be certainly hit hard if the coronavirus (2019-nCov) crisis continues.

  • 09
  • Mar

Following the arrival of the Solomon Airlines’ new Airbus A320 at the Honiara International airport over the weekend, the aircraft dubbed ‘Spirit of Solomon’ is now into full service.

  • 09
  • Mar

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) wish to clearly state that its position on the ONE LINK PACIFICA (OLP) issue remains unchanged and that people should refrain from investing in the scheme.

  • 09
  • Mar


THE Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce Industries (SICCI) has thanked Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare for the Government’s commitment towards partnership with the private sector.

  • 07
  • Mar


CHOISEUL Provincial executive has received a report on Lauru Shipping Limited's viability investigative study from the appointed task force on 5th March 2020. 

  • 04
  • Mar


The country’s inflation better known as the change in the National Consumer Price Index (CPI) has risen +0.3 percent to 106.9 in November but remains stable at 106.9 in December 2019. 

  • 04
  • Mar


A NEW and exciting Government online gateway (portal) went live on the internet on Monday 2nd March, making it much easier to find information about the Government and the services it provides with the click of a button.

  • 04
  • Mar


Papua New Guinea (PNG) Prime Minister James Marape’s three-day state visit to the country has been described as a historical one.

  • 04
  • Mar

Chairman of the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI), Mr Jay Bartlett, supports the call made by Papua New Guinea (PNG) Prime Minister Hon James Marape for Solomon Islands to focus on the Agriculture, Aquaculture and Tourism sectors as the means to sustain the country’s economy. 

  • 03
  • Mar


CITY Mayor Wilson Mamae and City Clerk Rence Sore have maintained the council’s stand on One Link Pacifica’s License issue and legality through its Business License Ordinance.

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