Solomon Islands has ratified the UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities. Funding should now be sought

Frank Short 26-Jun-2023

I am very pleased to know the Solomon Islands Government has now ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabi

The reintroduction of a white uniform shirt first worn by senior officers of the then RSIP in 1998/99.

Quoting Radio New Zealand 25-Jun-2023

More than two decades ago when I took over command of the then Solomon Islands Police Force (SIPF) public trust in the local police force was low, exa

Fiji foundation reported to be helping Solomon Islands children with treatment for rheumatic heart disease

Frank Short 20-May-2023

Last week I wrote a letter highlighting the need for patients at the Solomon Islands National Referral Hospital (NRH) suffering from rheumatic heart d

The Needs of RHD patients in the Solomon Islands needing urgent attention

Quoting Radio New Zealand 11-May-2023

It was a few weeks ago that Dr. Jimmy Rodgers, the Secretary to the Prime Minister, told us that the medical evacuation plans for sick patients of the

The second largest school in Malaita Province has closed its doors indefinitely due to pressure from landowners, it has been revealed.

Quoting Radio New Zealand 07-May-2023

Kwarea Community High School (CHS) in West Kwara’ae with a population of over 900 students, the second highest number of student enrolment in Ma

Lessons of service, subservience to the teaching of the Christian faith, putting oneself before others and the principles of democracy

Frank Short 06-May-2023

Yesterday, just as I did in June 1953, at the coronation of her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, I watched the sacred moments of King Charles III coro

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