News - Solomon Islands
28 Oct 2014
HONIARA, Solomon Islands ---ANZ today launched its first MoneyMinded Impact Report in the Solomon Islands, following on from the financial literacy program’s launch in 2011. The impact report...
11 Oct 2014
Pacific Islands secure 90 Million USD tuna deal with U.S. Pacific Island nations have secured a 90 million U.S. dollar tuna deal with the United States, the Pacific Island Forum fisheries Agency...
7 Oct 2014
The ‘Youth Substance Striker: Kick the Habits’ by kicking goals project will boost the moral of young people in our community says the director of youth Edward Anisitolo. Mr Anisitolo made...
2 Oct 2014
About ninety percent of tourists that arrive in Solomon Islands are more interested and involved in cultural activities. That’s according to an international visitor’s survey conducted by...
22 Sep 2014
THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force have begun providing cyber protection awareness programs in schools and communities around the country. A total of 15 RSIPF Cyber Protection trainers have...
29 Aug 2014
Traditional staple food crops such as yam, pana and taro once commonly found in abundance throughout the Solomon Islands but are slowly overtaken by other crops such as sweet potato and cassava...
26 Aug 2014
ELECTRICITY cost in the Solomon Islands remains a most expensive commodity in the Pacific region and remains one of the highest in the world. Data gathered from a report on cost comparison for...
25 Aug 2014
Australia has announced it will provide an additional US$1.8m to assist Solomon Islands recover from April's devastating flash floods in Guadalcanal. The disaster claimed 23 lives, displaced...
21 Aug 2014
SOLOMON Islands is taking part in Youth Leadership Program in Korea. Bremer Lekelalu Abana, Community Based Rehabilitation, Field Worker of the Ministry of Health and Medical Services was...
14 Aug 2014
A pledge by political leaders two years ago to accelerate efforts toward closing the gender gap in the Pacific Islands has been boosted with the announcement that three women will take the helm...
5 Aug 2014
'Movable asset' loans are increasing in the Asia and Pacific regions, giving small-scale entrepreneurs in developing countries a way out of the poverty trap. Motorbikes, boats, excavation...