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Officers begin accepting omissions and objections

The Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) says registration officers this week began accepting omissions and objections from provisional voters’ lists.

SI will push for Dr Rodgers for Forum top job

A high level seven-member delegation led by Prime Minister, Gordon Darcy Lilo will push for Solomon Islands candidate for the top post of the Pacific Islands Forum.

Blood donors acknowledged

The ministry of health and medical services (MHMS) has congratulated blood donors who have supported the blood bank to save lives.

Late celebration for blood donor day

Red Cross Solomon Islands has marked the world blood donor day this week.

‘Protect your family from measles’

Given the suspected measles outbreak, the ministry of health and medical services (MHMS) and World Health Organization (WHO) has reminded parents to have their children immunized with the free vaccination available in Solomon Islands.

Sevesi: Rethink on development

A concern person from Rennell, Jim Sevesi has outspokenly called on the people and provincial government to rethink on logging and proposed mining development on the island.

SIVB warns operators

The Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has issued a warning to all tourism operators throughout the country to settle their outstanding bed levy payments or action will be taken against them.

RAMSI’s security support for polling day

In the lead up to the national general election proposed towards the end of this year the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) is throwing its support through the provision of security.

11 years in partnership, changes visible

The past eleven years has seen visible changes to the country’s stability thanks to the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI).

RSIPF at the forefront

THE Royal Solomon Islands police force (RSIPF) is now taking a leading role in policing in the country, a step described by RAMSI Special Coordinator Justine Braithwaite as a move to become a modern, professional and independent police force.

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