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Solomon Water encourages those still receiving water to store water and to boil water before drinking or cooking.

Most of Honiara Will be Without Water For Few More Days

Solomon Water says that as of this morning the Kongulai pump and gravity system and the Kombito spring will remain shut due to high turbidity caused by heavy rainfall.
Part of the operation will focus on unlicensed drivers and vehicles and person permitting unlicensed drivers and vehicles.

Police to Mount Spot Check Operation

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at the National Traffic Department in Honiara will mount an operation starts on 18 January to 31 January 2021.
The case study report says people they spoke to raise concerns that there is a lack of or poor quality rural infrastructure.

Nothing Much to Show in Rural Areas: Case Study

The government was not able to show that it is prioritizing it’s National Development Strategy 2016 - 2035 in rural development.
“I would like to remind boat owners and skippers of the importance of sea safety. Before you travel, please plan your trip properly. Make sure your boat is seaworthy and you’re Out Boat Motor (OBM) is serviced and maintained," says Commissioner Mangau.

Police Rescue Eleven People at Sea in Western Province

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RISPF) at Gizo Police Station in Western Province have rescued eleven people drifting at sea between Choiseul and Western Province on 10 January 2021.
Residents on Taro island this week were caught by surprise when their homes were encroached by waves, especially those residing in the low lying coastal area.

Tide Turning, Choiseul Premier Pleas for Help

The premier of Choiseul province is calling for assistance in his government's efforts to carry out work on the Choiseul bay township project.