Politics Archive December 2012

The new facilities are part of RAMSI's ongoing support to help improve and modernize the working environment of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) throughout the country.

Guadalcanal Police Get Impressive New Headquarters

A new Provincial Police Headquarters should be a "lighthouse for the people of Guadalcanal," the Solomon Islands Minister of Provincial Government said yesterday.
Candlelight vigils have been held throughout the United States following the massacre of 20 children and 6 adults.

Lilo Sends Condolences to Obama

Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Hon. Gordon Darcy Lilo on behalf of the Government and the people of Solomon Islands has expressed sincere condolences to the President of the United States of America, Barak Obama, following the Connecticut Massacre over the weekend.

Malaita Premier States Disappointment

The Solomon Islands Malaita Provincial Premier has described Solomon Islands' vote to support Palestine at the United Nations as disappointing and sad.

Lusibaea Gives Fund to Students

The Solomon Islands Member of Parliament for North Malaita, has given more than SBD$50,000 to its University students from its constituency for various activities throughout the Christmas and New Year period.
About 1500 Kiwi soldiers have served in the Solomon Islanders under the RAMSI scheme.

Last NZ Platoon Farewells Solomon Islands

After a decade of service in the Solomon Islands the last remaining New Zealand military platoon, serving under the military component of RAMSI, is set to return.

Sad Day for Solomon Islands-Israeli Relations: Israel Consul

Israel Consul in Solomon Islands, Leliana Firisua, says it is a truly "a sad day in the friendship between Solomon Islands and Israel when Solomon Islands last Friday voted for UN's recognition of Palestine."