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Two Live Music Concerts will be staged later this week on the 6th and 7th July in Honiara as part of celebrations marking the country’s 45th Independence Anniversary… Chairman of the Independence entertainment committee and Director of Culture, Dennis Marita said the concerts are organized to provide the public with free live music entertainment after three years of inactivity due to covid-19 restrictions.
A National Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Community-Based Inventory Training Workshop is currently underway in Honiara, wich aims to build capacity by training selected youths to create a pool of local national experts for Solomon Islands.
Solomon Islands Deputy Commissioner General and Pavilion Director Mr Dennis Marita attended a Cultural Exchange Programme organised by the Viet Nam and Thailand Pavilion on Saturday 13th November, 2021.
Solomon Islands has taken a key step in advancing its tourism industry with the launch of guides for investors and the government, to ensure this vital sector remains a long-term driver of job creation, sustainable economic growth, and benefits for many people.
Solomon Islands National Museum joins the Pacific Virtual Museum project with other Pacific Islands Museums. It is a two years’ pilot project, funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs in Australia.
The Government through the Ministry of Culture and Tourism is taking steps to help keep the ailing tourism industry in the country afloat which has been battered by COVID-19 travel restrictions for the past 12 months.