The Solomon Islands government has declared the Santa Cruz Islands a disaster area.
What does SIG stand for?
SIG stands for Solomon Islands Government
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- Signature Investigations Group (Michigan)
- Signor (Italian: Mister; used like Mr.)
- Single Instant Game
- Sistema de Información Geográfica (Spanish)
- Site Integration Group
- Small Inducible Gene (inflammatory response)
- SMDS Interest Group
- Social Issues Group (Malaysia)
- Softgoal Interdependency Graph
- Software Installation Guide (instructions)
- Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company
- Special Interest Group
- Special Investigation Group (various locations)
- Specific Industry Group
- Spectrum Is Green (from the TV Series, Captain Scarlet)
- SSDS Interface Gateway
- Staff Involvement Group (UK NHS)
- Stamford Industrial Group (Stamford, CT)
- Standardized Information Gathering (questionnaire)
- State Innovation Grant (US EPA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
So we checked with the Solomon Islands government to ensure the right ones were worn.
Appendixes are provided concerning the perspectives of the Australian and Solomon Islands governments and the perspective of the Pacific Islands Forum Review of RAMSI as to the events of April 2006.
A recent Solomon Islands government review of RTCs opines: In-country agricultural training is currently provided by the network of secondary schools; at technical level through rural training centers; and at tertiary level (undergraduate) through the SICHE School of Natural Resources.
The Solomon Islands government swore in Julian Moti, a lawyer and reported close friend of Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, as the country's top legal officer Tuesday afternoon.
Solomon Islands charges Australian in plot to kill prime minister SYDNEY - An Australian man was arrested and charged Tuesday with plotting to assassinate Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, according to the Solomon Islands government.
The tuna industry was at risk at the time when the Solomon Islands government had allowed the capture of more than 130 dolphins in 2003, and exports of at least 28 to Mexico.