EPA/EU IMPORTANT VEHICLE FOR DEVELOPMENT
17:46hrs 18 May 2013
The Pacific region’s Economic Partnership Agreement, EPA, with the European Union could be an important vehicle for sustainable development of the region.
PNG PRIME MINISTER VISITS HONIARA
17:16hrs 17 May 2013
Prime Minister Peter O'Neill of Papua New Guinea arrives in Solomon Islands this evening.
CLAY FORAU DENIES DUBIOUS INVOLVEMENT
17:14hrs 17 May 2013
Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade Clay Forau Soalaoi has denied any involvement in assisting an Asian businessman Xu Qiang who was alleged on planning to ship an overseas consignment of beche-de-mer that has been undervalued.
FISHERIES SAYS TASK FORCE IS DOING ITS JOB
17:12hrs 17 May 2013
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources confirms this afternoon that a task force assigned to check all beche-de-mer consignments for export have been on top of their task during the three months beche-de-mer ban suspension period.
DISCUSSION ON RAMSI ACTIVITIES NEST WEEK
17:06hrs 17 May 2013
Representatives from the Pacific Islands Forum, the Solomon Islands Government, and the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands will meet in Honiara, next week to discuss RAMSI activities.
HUES CRITICAL OF STATISTICS IN ECONOMIC DISCOURSE
17:00hrs 17 May 2013
A private businessman in Honiara has said the statistical information used in the Solomon Islands in reporting economic related activities is quite shaky and poorly explained by those who use it.
S.P.B.D LAUNCHED NEW HONIARA OFFICE
16:54hrs 17 May 2013
South Pacific Business Development Micro-finance Solomon Islands Limited, S-P-B-D, has finally launched and inaugurated its head office in Honiara in an official ceremony this morning.
CEMA UNCERTAIN OVER COPRA PRICE REDUCTION
16:15hrs 17 May 2013
The Commodities Export Marketing Authority -CEMA says it is uncertain as to when the low copra price currently experienced by local copra producers in the country will improve.
FISHERMEN CONCERN OVER SOURCE OF INCOME
16:48hrs 17 May 2013
About two hundred local fishermen at Bita'ama in North Malaita are calling on responsible authorities to deal with foreign fishing vessels, that disturbed their fishing grounds.
SINPF PERFORMANCE 2012
18:20hrs 16 May 2013
Solomon Islands National Provident Fund continues to cope with the relatively uncertain international environment and subdued domestic economy in 2012.
500 MILLION AUD: RAMSI
18:17hrs 16 May 2013
The next four years of RAMSI's police operations have been guaranteed with the allocation, announced in this week's Australian budget, of nearly 500 million Australian Dollars in funding for the Regional Assistance Mission.
New Police Executive
18:15hrs 16 May 2013
The Acting Police Commissioner Junita Matanga has announced her new executive line-up to lead the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
18:14hrs 16 May 2013
An independent environment audit into the de-watering of the Gold Ridge Mining Limited's Tailings Storage Facility, T-S-F, concluded that there is strong evidence that the unabated rise in water levels at the TSF of 89 percent was due to processing of ores at the plant.
GP FEDERAL CONSTITUTION
18:12hrs 16 May 2013
Gudalcanal Provincial Government is committed to the formulation of its own state constitution with the opening of the province's state constitution office at the China Town Plaza.
18:10hrs 16 May 2013
The High Court has convicted a 22 year old man from Gela Central Islands for raping a young woman while she was collecting food from a garden in 2010.
18:08hrs 16 May 2013
The 20 percent increase in excise duty for all tobacco products came as a surprise to the Solomon Islands Tobacco Company Limited.
GRML SHOULD SHUT DOWN!
18:46hrs 15 May 2013
An independent environment audit into the Gold Ridge Tailings Dam recommends that the Gold Ridge Mining Limited should shut down its operations now, install the water treatment plant and discontinue any further extraction of water from Chovohio River.
FAS ANNOUNCES FIRST MEMBR
18:41hrs 15 May 2013
The Federation of American Scientists and Pacific Islands Society have announced the first member of the 2013 Pacific Young Leaders on Disarmament -PYL-D class for this year.
18:36hrs 15 May 2013
Solomon Islands is preparing to celebrate the International Museum week this Friday in the capital, Honiara.
National Carrier farewell captain
18:33hrs 15 May 2013
Solomon Airlines bid farewell to Dash 8 pilot Captain Karl Wagels at a ceremony this week, at Solomon Airlines’ headquarters in Henderson.
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