Category: Customs

Holau Vaka Taumako Association Expects Arrival of New Proa Sailboat to Preserve Traditional Navigation Skills and Heritage
Culture

Holau Vaka Taumako Association Expects Arrival of New Proa Sailboat to Preserve Traditional Navigation Skills and Heritage

Fredrick Kusu- September 5, 2023

The Holau Vaka Taumako Association in Taumako (Duff Islands), Temotu Province, is expecting the arrival of their new outrigger sailboat later this year. The sailboat, ... Read More

Work on reaching broader border agreement between Solomon Islands and Vanuatu in the making.
Bilateral Partnership

Work on reaching broader border agreement between Solomon Islands and Vanuatu in the making.

Eliza Kukutu- May 17, 2023

Discussions between officials from the two countries. Work on reaching a broader overarching Bilateral Border Agreement between Solomon Islands and Vanuatu has begun following a ... Read More

SI-Customs collected $1.08 billion in revenue
Breaking News

SI-Customs collected $1.08 billion in revenue

admin- February 17, 2020

Solomon Islands Customs Comptroller, Jim Sutton during the Business-After-5 presentation The Solomon Islands Customs has collected more than $1billion dollar in the past 6 months, ... Read More

Anti Corruption bill could affect ‘Kastom’: Maelanga
Culture

Anti Corruption bill could affect ‘Kastom’: Maelanga

admin- July 21, 2018

Leader of the Opposition Manasseh Maelanga. Photo credit: GCU. Leader of the Parliamentary Opposition Group and Member of Parliament for East Malaita Constituency, Honorable Manasseh ... Read More

Customs surpasses $1B in govt revenue collection
Customs

Customs surpasses $1B in govt revenue collection

admin- January 3, 2018

Customs officials with seized goods The Solomon Islands Customs and Excise Division collected more than $1 billion in revenue last year for the first time ... Read More

ISABEL EDUCATORS TOLD TO TEACH CHILDREN WITH CULTURE
Chiefs

ISABEL EDUCATORS TOLD TO TEACH CHILDREN WITH CULTURE

admin- September 28, 2016

Home of the 2016 Kodili Festival in Isabel province. Photo credit: SIBC. The paramount chief of Isabel province, the Right Reverend Bishop James Mason has ... Read More

CUSTOMARY NORMS, PRACTICES SHOULD BE CONSIDERED: PM SOGAVARE
Customs

CUSTOMARY NORMS, PRACTICES SHOULD BE CONSIDERED: PM SOGAVARE

admin- August 27, 2015

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare Chair of the Melanesian Spearhead Group. Photo credit: OPMC. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has said serious considerations on our customary norms ... Read More