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Monday, October 18, 2021

    Promising future investments for Isabel

    A Foreign Investment promotion and awareness programme in Isabel Province mid-last month concluded with promising results for future investments in the province.A two-member team from the Foreign Investment Division (FID) of the Ministry of...

    Construction to expand Hibiscus Apartment commence soon.

    By EDDIE OSIFELOCONSTRUCTION is expected to commence in November or December this year on the $120 million expansion of the Hibiscus Executive Apartments and Residence for Australia’s DFAT.Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) General...

    NPF membership drop

    By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has witnessed a drop in membership this year.Speaking at the declaration of the 6 percent crediting rate for members at Heritage Park Hotel last Thursday, General...

    AJ Mall conducts preparatory training ahead of grand opening

    By EDDIE OSIFELOABOUT 77 people representing Janitors, Gardeners and Security of the multi-million-dollar AJ City Building at Lunga, East Honiara have successfully completed their one-week training on Friday.The training aimed to equip them ahead...

    6% NPF GIFT

    Members get increased interest credit ratingBy EDDIE OSIFELOMEMBERS of Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) were gifted with a crediting rate of 6 percent for the financial year ending 30 June 2021.Prime Minister Manasseh...

    NPF grosses $400m in profit

    By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has achieved a very strong above budget income for the year with an expected unaudited gross income of just over $400 million.This is based on the...

    Solomon Water supports vax drive

    One of the country’s state-owned enterprises, Solomon Water, has chipped in to support the national vaccination campaign.It is giving a three-month discount period for customers who are vaccinated.In support of Government and the Chamber...

    Manita farmers taking cocoa as a business

    Cocoa farmers in Manita, Makira Ulawa Province, are taking their cocoa production to new heights and treating it as a business and not only an income generating activity for daily needs and wants.The farmers...

    CEMA, CIP sign MOA for coconut refinery and livestock

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPAPREMIER of Central Islands Province Stanley Manetiva has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with CEMA for coconut refinery and livestock production.General Manager for CEMA Patterson Siliota said the Government programme to revitalise...

    ADB, NZ, and Aust to help Gov’t reform tax system

    The Asian Development Bank has joined with the governments of New Zealand and Australia to help Solomon Islands overhaul its tax system to expand and secure the country’s revenue base.The $20.1 million, 5-year Domestic...