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‘More guns meet their match’. New Zealand Police Constable Kevin Flynn (right) and Cook Islands A/G Inspector Tepaki Baxter carrying wooden stocks for burning at Hells Point.


‘Sataans Boys’. Former militants from the village of Obo Obo handing over weapons to the IPMT.


‘Sataan handing over his Weapon’. Former militant commander, Stanley Kaoni (A.K.A Sataan), third from left, wearing a special constables uniform, handing over his weapons to New Zealand Police Sergeant David Evans.


The Royal New Zealand Navy ships HMNZS Te Kaha (left) and HMNZS Te Mana (right) anchored outside of Honiara.


Sergeant Vanessa Bawden, a New Zealand Army medic with the International Peace Monitoring Team in the Solomons, comforts a child in Honiara General Hospital


Staff Sergeant Leon Taurau, left rear, joins with the children from village of Aola, Guadalcanal in displaying the crossed arms ‘No More Guns’ symbol.


HMNZS Manawanui’s cultural group performs a haka at the opening of Haka Field in Te Tere, a small village East of Honiara, Solomon Islands.

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