Day: October 4, 2017

Solomon Islands join INTERPOL

Solomon Islands became a member country on Tuesday 27th September at the 86th INTERPOL General Assembly, which was held in Beijing, China last week. Solomon Islands enjoyed overwhelming support, with 98% of votes from INTERPOL member countries in favour of Solomon Islands’ candidacy. Solomon Islands was represented at the General Assembly by Commissioner of Police Matthew Varley, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Services Ms. Karen Galokale, and Assistant Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ian Vaevaso. Prime Minister Sogavare said it was a significant step for Solomon Islands to join the international policing organisation. “In...

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Pro West Papua group greet PM on arrival from UNGA

  ThePrime Minister Hon. Manasseh Sogavare arrived back in the country today at the Honiara International Airport to a rousing welcome from the Honiara Based West Papua supporters. Disembarking from the airplane and walking towards the VIP lounge, the Prime Minister was greeted with a huge welcome banner from the West Papua supporters place at the outdoor airport viewing area. The banner reads: ‘THANK YOU PM FOR YOUR CONTINUE SUPPORT FOR THE PEOPLE OF WEST PAPUA’. The Prime Minister upon seeing the banner waved and gave a thumps up to the members of the SISWP who were also shouting,...

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ITSSI to elect new executive next month

The Information Technology Society of Solomon Islands (ITSSI) will elect its new executive next month. Interim Chairman Marlon Houkarawa in a note to members confirmed that registration is now open and they are looking forward to organizing and facilitating a Special General Meeting for the society for its financial members to elect their executive committee in November. He added that the specific date is to be confirmed later. See link to the form below: ITSSI Membership Application Form (1) According to Houkarawa, for their Honiara members, fees can be paid to the interim secretary Alice Alisae Aote’e, webmaster at...

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