Malaita wants commitment towards MOI border outpost

THE Malaita Provincial Government wants to see the national government committed to establishing a multi-law enforcement border outpost in the Malaita Outer Islands (MOI), says Premier Daniel Suidani.  This is to protect the country against illegal and unregulated fishing, illegal migration and threats of transnational organised crime.  Premier Suidani highlighted this during the Immigration Act…

A NEW BIRTHING AND URBAN HEALTH CENTRE FOR NAHA

The Australian and Solomon Islands Governments have announced that works are set to recommence on the  SBD150m Naha Birthing and Urban Health Centre in Honiara under Australia’s flagship Solomon Islands  Infrastructure Program (SIIP).  The redesigned 34-bed facility will significantly improve health outcomes for Solomon Islanders by providing  high quality care in a modern, durable building. …

72-HOUR TEST DROPPED

Cabinet approves further easing of COVID-19 restrictions for entry into the country CABINET on Thursday approved further easing of restrictions to enter Solomon Islands on incoming travelers, especially, the removal of the 72 hours PCR test prior to entering the country, a statement from the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet announced. Since the…