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SI West Papua Solidarity Group welcomes PM’s stance on West Papua

The Solomon Islands Solidarity for West Papua Group welcomes and thanked the new Prime Minister’s affirmative stance on the West Papua issue. Prime Minister Rick Hou this week openly reaffirmed his new government’s support for West Papua. The Solomon Islands Solidarity for West Papua Group in...

Police Chief condemns ‘gruesome murder’

Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Commissioner, Matthew Varley strongly condemns the gruesome murder of a school girl last week in the Avuavu area of the Weathercoast of Guadalcanal and appeal to the people living in the area to assist the police with its...

National campaign to end violence against women and girls starts

The 16 days of activism campaign against gender-based and violence against women and girls will commence this Saturday, 25th November through to 10th December. The national campaign purposely links the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, 25 November and International Human Rights...

Form six student at Selwyn found dead

A form six student at Selwyn College was found dead this morning on the reef near the school. Reports reaching Solomon Fresh-Beat Online says the deceased who is from Malaita was out diving last night with his friend. The reports say his friend returned alone at...

SI won bid to host Pacific Labour Mobility meeting

 Solomon Islands has won the bid to host the Pacific Labour Mobility Annual Meeting (PLMAM) in 2018. A delegation led by Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs Joseph Ma’ahanua has expressed Solomon Islands intention to host the event during a PALMAM meeting in Brisbane last week. The...

Tourism Ministry launches partnership initiative with USP

The Solomon Islands Government through the Ministry of Culture and Tourism is looking to help new graduates as potential entrepreneurs and to increase the level of innovation within the Tourism Industry by partnering with the University of the South Pacific to implement this initiative.  The...

Police in Makira join stakeholders in awareness talk

With the Christmas festivities just around the corner, Police in Kirakira in the Makira-Ulawa Province together with two major stakeholders held a joint awareness talk at the provincial capital on 15 November 2017. Police at the Kirakira Police Station along with officers of the Public...

RSIPF officers undergo ‘Exercise Coastwatchers’ training

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) have started a two-week training course focused on the delivery of patrol skills, remote patrol planning and the execution of a policing patrol to one of the islands in the country. The Exercise Coast Watchers training...

Bus plough into graves

A bus full of passengers joins the dead this morning when it found itself on the wrong end of the road. A few slabs on graves at the Koloa ridge cemetery were ploughed by the large green buss during this morning’ rush hour when the...

Hou assures people on undersea cable project & Anti-corruption Bill

Prime Minister elect and Small Malaita MP Rick Hou assures people of Solomon Islands that the undersea cable project and Anti-corruption Bill among other issues are his coalition’s priorities. In his inaugural speech in front of the Parliament house this morning, Mr Hou says the...


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SIG and Huawei International signs historic Undersea Cable Pact

By STEPHEN DIISANGO A NOTABLE Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to pave way to the long anticipated Submarine Fibre Optic Cable System (SFOCS) has been signed...
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