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Police recapture two escaped prisoners

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Police Response Team of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) have recaptured Frank Firimolea and Dilo Faiga at the main entry junction road to Burns Creek market between 11 and 11:45am this morning on 15 February 2020. Acting Commissioner…

2020 SIG SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

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The Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) released the 2020 scholarship awards on their website today the 9th of January 2020. The total number of scholarships is 878 for all categories including both pre-service and inservice. The Solomon…

Hundreds march in Honiara against corruption

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The march against corruption and other related activities to commemorate the International Anti Corruption Day (IACD) today was spearheaded by the Solomon Islands Government and NGOs, supported by UNDP. The large turnout and active participation of representatives from civil society,…

Volunteers reminded to volunteer for an inclusive future

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International Volunteers Day (IVD) is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to be held each year on 5 December. This special day acknowledges the valuable contributions which volunteers make among communities, government authorities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private sector and…

Miss Pacific Islands: OFFICIAL RESULTS

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Miss Internet – Ms Marshall Island Miss Personality – Ms Tonga Miss Photogenic – Ms Marshall Island Miss Tourism Award – Miss American Samoa Best Traditional Wear – Miss Samoa Best Sarong – Miss Papua Niu Guinea Best Talent –…

RSIPF accords Prince Charles with full ceremonial parade

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The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) tonight accorded His Royal Highness (HRH) the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles a full ceremonial guard of honour to welcome him when the chartered aircraft carrying HRH touched down at the Honiara International…