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A Friendly Species
Slate Magazine

A Friendly Species

Locals cheer on Sept. 16, 2012, in Honiara, Guadalcanal Island in the Solomons. Photo by Chris Jackson/ Human culture is about survival of the friendliest, says John Edward Terrell , the curator of oceanic archaeology and ethnology at the ... Slate Magazine, 1 week ago
Solomons PM Defends Forestry Minister Appointment Pacific Islands Report, 3 days ago
Solomons PM assures public over Forestry Minister Radio New Zealand, 4 days ago

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Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation

Court clears MP for Solomons election

The Honiara Magistrates Court in Solomon Islands has acquitted a former member of parliament for South Guadalcanal, David Dei Pacha, of two counts of conversion and abuse of office. Mr Pacha was found not guilty of the charges because the ...
 Radio New Zealand1 month ago Independents win two-thirds of Solomon Islands parliamentary seats  Pacific Islands News Association3 weeks ago Observers hail new voter registration system in Solomon Islands  Pacific Islands News Association3 weeks ago PUBLIC ACKNOWLEDGED FOR PEACEFUL ELECTION  Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation3 weeks ago

GPPOL clarifies position on new management

GUADALCANAL Plains Palm Oil Limited (GPPOL) has clarified that it is and will always be an Incorporated Solomon Islands Company owned 80% by New Britain Palm Oil from PNG and 20% by the Guadalcanal Plains Resource Development Company. GPPOL ...
 Solomon Star1 month ago GPPOL 2 host successful rugby festival  Solomon Star2 weeks ago


National Parliament of Solomon Islands building. Photo credit: Synexe. Premier for Guadalcanal province Anthony Veke has called on the eight newly elected Members of Parliament for Guadalcanal province to work together with any new provincial ...
 Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation2 weeks ago PREMIER VEKE CONGRATULATES NEW GUADALCANAL MPs  Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation3 weeks ago GUADALCANAL PROVINCE STRONGLY DENIED LAND SALES  Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation1 month ago


A Royal Solomon Islands Police Force cap. Photo credit: SIBC. Bubutoga Community in Central Guadalcanal has called on the RoyalSolomon Islands Police Force to be more active when attendingcommunity situations. The community made the call after ...
 Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation3 weeks ago R.S.I.P.F DEPLOYED COMMUNITY POLICING OFFICERS TO COMMUNITIES  Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation3 weeks ago
Radio New Zealand

Suspect arrested in Solomons over priest death

Police in Solomon Islands have detained a suspect in relation to last week's death of a priest in Western Guadalcanal province. The Police Media Unit say the incident is believed to have taken place in the early hours of the morning of Wednesday ...
 Radio New Zealand1 month ago POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO DEATH OF MELANESIAN BROTHER CONTINUES  Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation1 month ago Solomon Islands police confident of Melanesian Brother murder arrest  ABC Radio Australia1 month ago HIGH POLICE VISIBILITY OPERATION IN FULL SWING: PRENDERGAST  Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation1 month ago

Shock at killing of Solomons Brother

There is shock on Guadalcanal following the killing of a member of the Solomon Islands' Anglican Church's Melanesia's Brotherhood. Our correspondent says both locals and expatriates at north west Guadalcanal have expressed horror at the killing ...
 Radio New Zealand1 month ago Killing of Melanesian Brother shocks Solomon Islands  ABC Radio Australia1 month ago

Pearl Harbor survivor reflects on "horrible day"

Jim Doyle was an aerial photographer's mate 1st Class sleeping in a hanger on Ford Island, in the middle of Pearl Harbor, when Japanese planes attacked Dec. 7, 1941. Doyle, who joined the U.S. Navy in 1939 when he was 16, grabbed a camera and went ...
 Denver Post1 week ago

Vanuatu: Isles of highs and lows

Michael Spear Hawkins/Washington Post ISLAND LIFE: A man crosses Maniao River in the southern part of Vanuatu. The hotel phone buzzed at 5:54 am. Roused from a deep sleep, 40-year-old Australian lawyer Veronica Riding groggily answered the ... month ago Adventures in unspoiled Vanuatu, the islands of highs and lows  Washington Post1 month ago

South Pacific: Weapons Destruction

For more than 70 years, communities across the islands of the South Pacific have faced hidden hazards from buried and abandoned bombs, mortars, artillery shells, and unexploded ordnance dating back to World War II. Since 2009, the Office of Weapons ...
 US Department of State3 days ago
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