TWO OVERSEAS COMPANIES QUALIFY TO DEVELOP TINA HYDRO PROJECT

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

Origin Energy logo. Photo credit: topnews.net.nz The Democratic Coalition for Change  (DCC) Government has announced the qualification of two global power groups, who will be ... Read More

YOUNG PEOPLE BELIEVE IN YOURSELVES: CHRISTINA HOUAISUTA

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

The Queen's Young Leaders logo. Photo credit: Twitter.com Young people should believe in themselves and pursue what they are passionate about. The Queen's Young Leader ... Read More

H.C.C HOPES TO ACHIEVE SOME PRIORITIES IN NEXT 100 DAYS

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

The new Honiara City Mayor Hon. Alfrence Fatai with City Clerk Charles Kelly. Photo credit: SIBC. The Honiara City Council hopes to achieve some of ... Read More

SOLOMON ISLANDS BAR ASSOCIATION ELECTS NEW EXECUTIVE

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

Members of the new Executive for the Solomon Islands Bar Association. Photo credit: South Pacific Lawyer's Association online. The Solomon Islands Bar Association (SIBA) has ... Read More

BOND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SOLOMON ISLANDS TO DO RESEARCH

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

Australian High Commissioner Andrew Byrne (centre) and Counsellor Kirsten Hawke (far right) with Bond University students. Photo credit: Australian High Commission Honiara. Eight undergraduate students ... Read More

S.I’s NATIONAL U-17 TRASHED TONGA 10-1 IN OPENING MATCH TODAY

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

The J.S.Blatter Complex MAs where the games are played. Photo credit: SIFF. The National Under-17 side has trashed Tonga in this afternoon's Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) ... Read More

MISSING NINE-YEAR-OLD BOY FOUND ALIVE AND WELL: MANELUSI

Sibc News- January 14, 2015

Commissioner Operations Gabriel Manelusi. Photo credit: SIBC. Police have rescued the nine-year-old boy who went missing on Tuesday, after a fishing trip with his two ... Read More