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Monday, October 3, 2022

SINPF to pay $77.5 million to members

BY NED GAGAHESOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund...

Family Federation celebrates 40 years in Solomon Islands

THE Family Federation for World Peace and...

FBI TO TRAIN LOCAL POLICE

By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Islands police will start...

Women learn core values of business

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BY BEN BILUAMEMBERS of Solomon Islands Women in Business (SIWIBA) have undergone two days of training on strategic principles to start and grow a business.More than 15 women turned up on Saturday for the...

SIPA staff to fight other outstanding issues

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By Alfred SasakoEMPLOYEES of Solomon Islands Ports Authority say payment of special bonuses this week will not deter them from pursuing other important outstanding issues, including the re-alignment of staff salaries.Insiders told Island Sun...

All SIPA workers get $5, 000 in bonuses this week: WUSI

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By Alfred SasakoALL employees of Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) will get $5, 000 in special bonuses each, the President of the Workers’ Union of Solomon Islands (WUSI), David Tuhanuku confirmed yesterday.This will cost...

SOLOMONS GOLD LAUNCHES COUNTRY’S VERY OWN CHOCOLATE

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THE Solomon Islands Cocoa and chocolate week 2017 in collaboration with PHAMA (Pacific Horticulture and Agricultural Market Access program) programme launched Solomons Gold chocolate yesterday.The country now produces its very own chocolate which is...

POB MAKES SBD$27M PROFIT IN 2016

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PAN Oceanic Bank (POB), the Solomon Islands locally incorporated bank has recorded a willing net profit of SBD$27 Million in the 2016 financial year.This was revealed in the bank’s financial statement, which was released...

SINPF RESERVE LEVEL BELOW $400M

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THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund is sustaining a reserve level that is below $400 million.SINPF Board Chairman, Mr Peter Boyers made the statement during the end of the 2016 financial year recently.He said...