Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

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It is now one year on, after the deadly tsunami devastated some parts of Santa Cruz Island in 6 February 2013, thousands of homes destroyed and some people died.

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Eagon Pacific Plantation Limited (EPPL) in its continuous support to human resource development in the country has once again paid tuition for its sponsored students studying at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) this year.

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  • Apr

The aviation authority last week inspected Suavanao airstrip, Isabel as part of expanding the airstrip.

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Solomon Islands students study at various universities at Fiji paid tribute to children, families, men and women who lost their lives in the April 3 flash flood during a memorial service at Laucala campus on Sunday.

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The Royal Solomon Islands police force (RSIPF) together with the search and rescue team have been criticised for their response during the recent flash flood.

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SOME people have to stand all night till dawn as water rises to their hip when the flood swept through thousands of homes fortnight ago.

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Red cross update as of Sunday 13th April 2014.

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The Australian High Commission has chartered an aircraft to support the Solomon Islands Government with an aerial assessment of Makira following the 7.7 magnitude earthquake and localised tsunami on Sunday.

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Three medical students from Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial hospital, Taiwan, are in the country to assist the victims affected by the recent flash flood.

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Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo and Opposition Leader Dr Derek Sikua on Sunday visited the Guadalcanal Plains and the Gold Ridge Mine in a mission to witness the scale and impact of the recent rain and floods on Guadalcanal.

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PEOPLE of Reef islands, Temotu province are still waiting when the newly constructed Lomlom airstrip in Reef will be officially opened.

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  • Apr

Solomon Island visitors bureau (SIVB) chief executive officer (CEO) Josefa Tuamoto has urged indigenous people of Isabel province to keep their villages clean and in order at all times

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