M.N.U.R.P ON HIGH PLANNING MODE TO IMPLEMENT D.C.C POLICY

Sibc News- February 8, 2015

MNURP Staff on Planning workshop. Photo credit: MNURP. The Ministry of National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace is on high planning mode as it prepares to ... Read More

EDUCATION MINISTRY TO IMPROVE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS THIS YEAR

Sibc News- February 8, 2015

Students at a vocational school in Solomon Islands. Photo credit: www.indigofoundation.org The Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development will improve vocational schools in the ... Read More

EUROPEAN UNION-FUNDED PROJECTS IN ISABEL PROVINCE VISITED

Sibc News- February 8, 2015

Woman washing dishes, using one of the 21 standpipes installed in Kolosori Community. Photo credit: EU Honiara Office. Projects funded by the European Union (EU) ... Read More

KIRAKIRA AND TULAGI HOSPITALS BENEFITED FROM HEALTH EQUIPMENTS

Sibc News- February 8, 2015

A portable oxygen concentrator. Photo credit: www.aeromedic.com Kirakira hospital in Makira Ulawa province and Tulagi Hospital in Central Islands are beneficiaries from the health equipments ... Read More

BMOBILE VODAFONE CUSTOMERS CAN NOW PAY BILLS ONLINE

Sibc News- February 8, 2015

Bmobile Vodafone officers with the portal. Photo credit: SIBC. Bmobile Vodafone customers in Solomon Islands will now have access to a new online payment service. ... Read More

W.U.S.I PLEDGED TO COOPERATE WITH NEW PORTS C.E.O

Sibc News- February 8, 2015

The Honiara Port. Photo credit: www.amstec.com.au The Workers Union of Solomon Islands (WUSI) has pledged to work in close cooperation with the new Chief Executive ... Read More

FISHERIES STOOD BY HIS DECISION ON BECHE-DE-MER EXPORT LICENSE

Sibc News- February 7, 2015

Hon John Maneniaru, Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources and MP for West Are'are. Photo credit: GCU. The Minister of Fisheries, Honourable John Maneniaru has ... Read More