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    CBSI warns of online scam

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    THE Central Bank (CBSI) has warned of a scam activity detected that has recently been conducted online in the last two days. “If you receive emails or calls claiming “you have been chosen from the...

    From Driver to owning Apartments.

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    Timothy Raurau from Takwa in North Malaita dream of owning an Apartment comes to reality yesterday. Called T.R Apartments the magnificent building was officially open by the Minister of Culture and Tourism Bartholomew Parapolo witnessed...

    New Auditor General Sworn-in.

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    The country’s new Auditor General David Dennis was sworn-in by the Governor General, His Excellency Sir David Vunagi at Government House on Tuesday 14 September. Mr David Dennis is highly qualified for the role of...

    Striking a balance for equitable growth important: Gould

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    BY BEN BILUA Gizo STRIKING a balance on how to encourage equitable economic growth is paramount in the Pacific says the World Bank’s Lead Economist and Program Leader in the East Asia and Pacific Region. Dr David...

    Solomon Airlines makes online bookings easier

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    SOLOMON Airlines has made adjustments to the airline’s website to make it easier for people to book multi-sector travel within the Solomon Islands. Effective immediately, passengers booking between any two destinations for travel via Honiara...

    EASI highlights its achievement

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    ECONOMIC Association of Solomon Islands (EASI) has achieved a lot since 2016 up until now. New elected President, Rueben Tovutovu highlighted this during his presentation at EASI Annual General Meeting at Heritage Park Hotel last...

    ‘COVID effect’ on business investment and expansion

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    Uncertainty remains one of the biggest challenge businesses operating in the Solomon Islands face during this COVID-19 global pandemic. This uncertainty over the impact of COVID-19 is hindering the expansion of investment opportunities, a third...

    PM’s wife given $400K food contract

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    BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO Shadel Café, a business registered to the wife of prime minister Manasseh Sogavare, has been given the lucrative contract to provide catering for Solomon Ports (SIPA). This follows the termination of Red...

    K-water donates to COVID response work

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    KOREAN Water Resources Corporation (K-water) yesterday donated over $34,000 to support ongoing preparedness and response to the COVID-19 pandemic. K-water is a Korean based company that is currently in country managing operations of the Tina...

    Gov’t launches new business products

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    GOVERNMENT last week launched two projects that it hopes will boost the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME). The projects are the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Credit Line to Development Bank of Solomon...