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  • 14
  • Apr

Tourists who will visit Puapuma village at Bugotu District in Isabel province will no longer be facing accommodation difficulties.

  • 14
  • Apr

Kastom Gaden Association (KGA) is organising a conference for its farmers in the country this week.

  • 14
  • Apr

Isabel province has passed its $19 million 2014 development and recurrent budget during the last month assembly meeting in Buala which also included tourism budget for Isabel province.

  • 15
  • Apr

On Sunday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) held a High-Level Conference on “Monetary Policy in the New Normal” with senior central bankers, academics, and private sector representatives.

  • 15
  • Apr

Member of Parliament (MP) for Gao/Bugotu constituency Samuel Manetoali says Isabel province would not allow mining operation on the island.

  • 16
  • Apr

Isabel government has sealed a deal with a logging company currently operating on the island to help upgrade the Suavanao airstrip.

  • 16
  • Apr

Minister of fisheries and marine resources, Mr. Alfred Ghiro, assured his colleague Pacific Fisheries and Trade Ministers that Solomon Islands is fully committed to negotiate a comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU).

  • 16
  • Apr

Work on the new Isabel industrial township is making progress.

  • 16
  • Apr

Isabel provincial government (IPG) will this year upgrade the existing roads to Kaomasi provincial secondary school (KPSS) which ran along the coast.

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  • Apr

Lepi villages in Bao/Bugotu constituency, Isabel province have been encouraged by Solomon Island visitors bureau (SIVB) to continue upheld and keep culture and traditional way of lifestyle.

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  • Apr

ANZ on Tuesday announced the launch of ANZ goMoney in Vanuatu, providing a new and convenient way for customers to do their everyday banking using their mobile phones.

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  • Apr

Solomon Airlines has announced that in line with its corporate strategic plans for 2014, it has now moved its corporate travel center from the former Solomon Islands Government Printers building to the newly renovated and upgraded office on the ground floor of Tongs building in Point Cruz.