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Friday, December 3, 2021

    $60M needed for 2023 games sewage facilities

    By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Water needs about $60 million to provide sewages for key games facilities for the Pacific Games in 2023.Chief Executive Officer, Ian Gooden revealed this during the 2021 Infrastructure Symposium at FFA...

    Honiara to benefit from Solomon Power $1bn programme

    By EDDIE OSIFELOHONIARA stands to benefit $500 million from Solomon Power five years $1 billion SBD capital programme from 2022-2027.This is because it has a customer base of 23,000 people.Solomon Power Chief Executive Officer,...

    Material shortage slows down Mamara project

    By EDDIE OSIFELOWORK on the Mamara City Development in North West Guadalcanal is progressing very slowly due to slow arrival of materials from overseas.Metropolis Mamara Development Ltd Manager William Ling said the progress of...

    NHA to engage more locals in its projects

    By EDDIE OSIFELONATIONAL Hosting Authority is supporting local contents or employees in its infrastructure projects for the upcoming Pacific Games in Honiara.The Pacific Games is scheduled to take place from October 19 to November...

    Delays in Kukum Highway project

    By EDDIE OSIFELOKitano Construction Corporation (KITANO) of Japan is expected to start work on the upgrade of the Kukum Highway Phase 2 in November.However, due to the travel restrictions, actual construction may be further...

    Infrastructure should benefit people: Jones

    By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE British High Commissioner to Solomon Islands, Brian Jones has highlighted the need to build infrastructures that will benefit the people.Jones mentioned this during the 2021 Infrastructure Symposium held at the Forum...

    Suidani calls building “new kid on the block”

    BY SAMIE WAIKORIAUKIPREMIER of Malaita province, Daniel Suidani has described the newly opened Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) Auki building as a ‘new kid on the block’ in Auki.The building was described a...

    SINPF opens new building in Auki

    BY SAMIE WAIKORIAUKITHE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) officially opened its new property investment in the Malaita capital, Auki on Tuesday.The magnificent ‘our telekom haus’ building was built by Tropical Glass Builders and...


    WB, ADB outline project offersBy EDDIE OSIFELOSIX World Bank projects are still in the pipeline to be implemented in the Solomon Islands.This comes after the Bank supported 8 active projects worth around USD$279 million...

    Building Code bill yet to be finalised

    By EDDIE OSIFELOMINISTRY of Infrastructure Development has updated the progress of the National Building Code Bill 2021 and Road and Drain Bill during the 2021 Infrastructure Symposium at Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) yesterday.Solomon Islands...