Dated 19th April 2013
ISLAND GOVERNMENT FORMALLY APPOINTS COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT COMMISSIONER
TO THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (INCLUDING HONG KONG AND MACAU REGIONS)
The Government of Solomon Islands through the Ministry
of Commerce, Industries, Labour and Immigration has formally appointed
a Commerce and Investment Commissioner to the People's Republic of
China, Hong Kong and Macau...... read
Dated 20th December 2012
SOLOMON ISLAND GOVERNMENT
APPOINTS COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT COMMISSIONER TO THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
The Government of Solomon Islands through the
Ministry of Commerce, Industries, Labour and Immigration has appointed, in principle, a Commerce and Investment
Commissioner to the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong and Macau. He is Mr. Wong Yim Kau of China Jin Bang
Investment Co. Limited, Hong Kong.....
Dated 17th April 2012
ISLANDER DISCOVERS USEFUL MICROBE IN JAPAN
A USEFUL microbe (bacteria) that can eliminate iron oxides in water
has been discovered in Japan by a Solomon Islander. Mr Samson Viulu
a microbiology student at the Gifu University was carrying out his
research work for his Phd candidature when he discovered the Geobacter
luticola sp.nov bacteria. Mr Viulu’s find - the bacteria can
be used to eradicate iron oxides from any polluted water....
Dated 16th April 2012 courtesy of Solomon Star News Online
Land allocation for USP acknowledged
THE allocation of land by the Solomon Islands Government is an important development for the University of South Pacific (USP).
Vice-chancellor Professor Rajesh Chandra highlighted this during the USP graduation ceremony on Friday in Suva, Fiji....
Dated 12th April 2012 courtesy of Solomon Star News Online
Dr. Sikua wants Govt to consider
Opposition Leader Hon. Dr Derek Sikua has acknowledged the receipt
of a petitition submitted by ‘Chief Ini Ngouma and Luaniuan
House of Chiefs representatives’ on behalf of the people of
Ontong Java Atoll to Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo and his cabinet
dated the 10th of April 2012....read
PEC to look into MPA
THE Parliamentary Entitlement Commission (PEC) will start
looking into the submissions of Members of Provincial Assemblies (MPA)
This came after the Commission has completed its deliberation on the
salaries and allowances of Members of Parliament last month.The
Commission made a four percent increase on salaries and $8,000 increase
on constituencies touring allowances across the board for the MPs.