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Police appeal to stay at home and adhere to safety protocols

 The Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) advises the public in the Emergency Zone from Poha to Alligator Creek Bridge to adhere to health protocols and advices during this lock down period, which started yesterday Wednesday 19th January at 6pm.  Deputy Commissioner…

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RSIPF involve in lockdown operation in Honiara

Following the legal approval of the 60-hours lockdown officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) activated its operation and have deployed officers to their strategic locations within the Emergency Zones as of 6pm today 19 January 2022. Deputy…

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Fiji in 2022

By Sadhana Sen Fiji took over the chairing of the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) last year, and Fiji’s PM Frank Bainimarama is hoping to host an in-person Forum Leaders Retreat in Fiji soon. After two years of leaders’ meetings via…

SINIS High – Performance Executive Director Aaron Alsop and Solomon Islands National Paralympic Committee SINPC President Nihal Seneviratne signing the MOU on Friday

Paralympics signs high-performance MOU

Solomon Islands Paralympic Committee (SIPC) signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) High Performance programme on Friday 14th January  The MOU will pave way for Para-athletes and Para-coaches to access programs and…

THERE IS NO TSUNAMI THREAT TO THE SOLOMON ISLANDS

Revised No tsunami threat statement

THERE IS NO TSUNAMI THREAT TO THE SOLOMON ISLANDS However, unusual sea currents will be experienced along the coast of Temotu and Makira, Rennell/Bellona and Guadalcanal Provinces. No further updates will be issued unless the situation changes. With Solomon Islands…

NO TSUNAMI THREAT TO THE SOLOMON ISLANDS

No Tsunami threat to the Solomon Islands

A Volcanic eruption occurred in the Tonga Islands with magnitude 4.0 occurred at 4:52pm this afternoon near Latitude 20.5 Degrees South, Longitude 175.4 Degrees West. A statement has been issued by the Solomon Islands Meteorological Service at 8:25pm this evening on Saturday…

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Brij Lal’s final interview

by Iva Tora About eight weeks ago, I received a call from Brij Lal suggesting I interview him. I had been sharing regular email exchanges and telephone conversations with him over the course of the previous year. We had been collaborating…

RSIPF Commissioner Mangau and RAPPP Commander Osborne sending off RSIPF contigent at the International Airport

RSIPF contingents depart to Australia on training purpose

Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) contingent, led by Deputy Director of the National Response Department (PRT) Superintendent Lionel Kapisa departed Honiara for Brisbane, Australia today 14 January 2022.  The contingent consists of ten National Response Department (NRD) officers from…

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Wale rebukes Gina’s attack

The Leader of Opposition Hon. Matthew Wale has rebuked the recent attacks by the former Western Province Premier Gina on the current Western Premier’s recent courtesy call to his office.  Former Premier Gina labelled the Current Premier’s visit to the…

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Unity preached must be practiced – Wale

In recent discussions of the National Government-Malaita saga, a controversial issue has been the arrival of the patrol boat in Auki. On the one hand, reports have stated that the Patrol boat was there to arrest the Malaita Premier. On…