Solomon Islands Business News - Solomon Star News


Operation Render safe 2019 commences

OPERATION Render Safe 2019 has commenced effectively as of Thursday and will continue through until the 9th of November says Police Commissioner Mathew Varley.


AG says Central, China Sam deal unlawful, must be terminated

RSIPF announces new members of executive team

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has formally announced the appointment of three newly promoted officers into the RSIPF’s Executive during the Commissioner’s weekly parade at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara today (24 October 2019).

New deal to support victims of violence

THE Family Support Center (FSC) and UN Women Fiji Multi-Country Office (MCO) on Wednesday launched a new agreement that increases support services to victims of sexual and gender-based violence.

Vura CHS stages annual graduation

Vura community high school (CHS) in East Honiara, Wednesday successfully staged its annual 2019 school graduation day.

What are public offences?

THIS week’s launch of the Public Order Offences Consultation Paper marks the beginning of information dissemination and consultations on the offences under public order.

Call to create extra wards

A MEMBER of the Provincial Assembly (MPA) in the current Western provincial government has called on the province to consider increasing the number of wards to cater for the increasing population in the rural communities. 

Manelusi: why we suspend officers

THE Correctional Service Solomon Islands (CSSI) says the suspension of two of its senior officers was procedural and legal.

Aust Naval ship arrives here today

THE Royal Australian Navy ship HMAS Adelaide arrives today in Honiara to support Joint Task Force 637 partnership activities in Solomon Islands. 

RSIPF congratulates leaders and people of Choiseul Province

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) congratulates the leaders and people of Choiseul Province for a peaceful motion of no-confidence in the provincial premier which was moved yesterday (22 October 2019) but withdrawn by the proposed mover during the meeting of the Choiseul Provincial Assembly.

Page 16 of 1370