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Scoop Images: Prime Minister Arrives In Solomon Is


Scoop Images: NZ Prime Minister Arrives In Solomon Islands

Images By Jason Dorday.

New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark, has arrived in the Solomon Islands. Helen Clark was greeted on Sunday by Solomon Islands’ Prime Minister Sir Allan Kemakeza. The visit is a whistle-stop tour of the islands that New Zealand and Australian defence and police helped settle in 2003/04 when civil unrest threatened to launch the nation into civil war.


Helen Clark, Peter Davis and Hon. Sir Allan Kemakeza, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands.

Helen Clark will leave the Solomons on Monday for Papua New Guinea to attend the Pacific Islands Forum in Port Moresby.


Helen Clark, Hon. Sir Allan Kemakeza, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands, and Joyce Kemakeza.

Scoop’s Alastair Thompson and photographer, Jason Dorday, are on Assignment in the Solomons and will be reporting on the Pacific Islands Forum in Papua New Guinea from Tuesday.

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