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The meeting was an opportunity to discuss the Solomon Islands Government’s priorities for its first 100 days in office and on both countries’ development partnership going forward.

New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister Meets Manele

New Zealand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Winston Peters and a delegation of Parliamentarians from New Zealand made a brief stop-over in Honiara to meet with the Prime Minister, Hon. Jeremiah Manele and selected members of his cabinet yesterday.
While in the Solomon Islands providing election support, the Australian Defence Force worked with MEHRD to efficiently distribute the textbooks to Makira, Choiseul, and Temotu provinces.

Australia Delivers School Books Across Solomon Islands

The Australian Defence Force, in collaboration with the Education Sector Support Program and the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD), completed deliveries weighing an estimated 5,000 kgs of educational resources to three provinces across the Solomon Islands.
Alwyn Danitofea (L) is the new Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Communication and Aviation (MCA), while Susan Sulu is reappointed as the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of National Planning and Development Coordination (MNPDC).

Two More Permanent Secretaries Sworn In

Two more Permanent Secretaries were sworn-in by the Acting Governor General, Sir Albert Palmer at Government today following their appointments by the Public Service Commission.
Solomon Islands is geographically dispersed, which means it can be logistically challenging to ensure that the ballot papers arrive in time.

NZDF Acknowledged for Efficient Delivery of Ballot Papers

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) and Commissioner Jasper Highwood Anisi of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission acknowledged the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) for the safe and efficient delivery of ballot papers to the provinces.
April 17th will be a public holiday to accommodate the polling day for the general election, Provincial Assemblies election, and the Honiara City Council election.

Public Holiday for Elections Declared and Liquor Ban Ordered

In a move to facilitate the smooth conduct of National, Provincial, and Honiara City Council elections, the Solomon Islands Government has declared Wednesday, April 17th, 2024, as a public holiday.

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