Security management approaches today and in the past

frank short 25-Jun-2021

I was pleased to read yesterday that the historic groundbreaking ceremony at Lofung in the Shortland Islands went well and reportedly fulfilled the wi

The SIPPA receives two ultra sound machines thanks to UNFPA and Australia

frank short 25-Jun-2021

 A local newspaper report today, Friday, said with the growing demand for its services, the Solomon Islands Planned Parenthood Association (SIPPA

The UK’s colour coded air travel plans

frank short 25-Jun-2021

It is widely reported that people in Britain that have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will soon be permitted to travel by air to those countri

Fishing vessel cameras aim to curb catch dumping

frank short 24-Jun-2021

A subject that had been debated in New Zealand and somewhat controversial in the past seems to have led to a resolution about fishing boats being equi

Shortage of beds at the NRH and sick patients delayed in being admitted to medical wards.

frank short 24-Jun-2021

An article in today’s Island Sun newspaper claimed that doctors working in the Emergency Ward at the National Referral Hospital have raised conc

A concerning situation at the NRH where overcrowding is risky in the prevailing Covid-19 precautions that are deemed necessary outside the country

frank short 24-Jun-2021

In separate news today I posted on Linkedin the sad details relating to Covid-19 cases occurring in our neighbouring country, Fiji, but didn’t m

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