What is Honiara known for?

business international

Islands Business International page 20 is built into the hillside and can hold roughly 10,000 people. The stadium hosted the 2012 OFC Nations Cup. The most recent and most prolific winners of the Telekom S-League, Koloale FC and Solomon

making numerous

: www.pacificblue.com.au have flights to Brisbane every Tuesday and Thursday. Get around Taxis are relatively plentiful and cheap in Honiara. They can be either ordered of flagged down. There are also frequent minibuses that operate along the coastal strip from Henderson to White River stopping making numerous stops along the way (SBD$3 any distance). See * Honiara contains a wealth of World War Two sites: most of the hills in the Honiara area were the sites of fierce battles

title tradition

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weekly service

assets pdf_file 0019 25327 facililties_booklet_web.pdf accessdate 23 April 2009 away from Darwin. Internationally, Our Airline, the national airline of Nauru, also provides a weekly service on behalf of Air Kiribati from Tarawa to Nadi International Airport, as well as a service to Nauru International Airport, connecting to Honiara

of the Solomon Islands. It is on Guadalcanal. Get in The only international airport in the Solomon Islands is Honiara International Airport (Henderson Field), served by the following airlines. * Fiji Airways (once weekly service from Nadi) * Air Niugini (twice weekly to Port Moresby and twice weekly to Nadi) * Solomon Airlines (4 5 times weekly service to Brisbane) * Virgin Australia http

prominent educational

Gardens of the National Art Gallery is popular for afternoon strolls, and is noted for its orchids and shrubs. It houses a herbarium, a lily studded waterbody, well-planned walkways, and the Watapamu village, representing a typical village of the islands, which is named after the water pump located nearby.

live news

arrived in Honiara en route to Fiji. Another who had been held in Port Moresby had already returned to Fiji via Australia, while a third was waiting for his airfare, Baroi told the Fiji Times the next day. On 12 January 2006, however, the Fiji Live news service reported that Semi Baroi, too, had returned to Fiji the previous weekend. Twelve arrested, eleven deported This followed the arrest in the Solomons' capital (Capital (political)), Honiara, of twelve Fijian men

green drinking

. A range of lunch foods and drinks are on offer, including fish 'n' cassava chips and green (drinking) coconuts. * '''Buy your own''' The Central Market, located on the main road, is a great source of fresh fruit and vegetables. Fish and chips, as well as uncooked fish, are also sold there. A helpful list of places to purchase groceries can be found here: Newbie Honiara Guide: Food Sleep

music album

http: www.folkways.si.edu polynesian-dances-of-bellona-mungiki-solomon-islands world music album Smithsonian title Polynesian Dances of Bellona (Mungiki), Solomon Islands publisher Smithsonianfolkways.si.edu accessdate 21 September 2012 The Melanesia Arts and Crafts Festival was held for the first time in Honaria in 1998 when five Melanesian Countries participated. The present trend in dancing among the youth of the Islands and in Honiara also

century books

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'''Honiara''' is the capital (Capital (political)) city of Solomon Islands, administered as a provincial town on the northwestern coast of Guadalcanal Island. As of 2009 it had a population of 64,609 people. The city is served by Honiara International Airport and the sea port of Point Cruz, and lies along the Kukum Highway.

The airport area to the east of Honiara was the site of a battle between the United States and the Japanese during the Guadalcanal Campaign in World War II, the Battle of Henderson Field of 1942, from which America emerged victorious. After Honiara became the new capital of the British Protectorate of Solomon Islands in 1952 with the addition of many administrative buildings, the town began to develop and grow in population. Since the late 1990s, Honiara has suffered a turbulent history of ethnic violence and political unrest and is scarred by rioting. A coup attempt in June 2000 resulted in violent rebellions and fighting between the ethnic Malaitans of the Malaita Eagle Force (MEF) and the Guadalcanal natives of the Isatabu Freedom Movement (IFM). Although a peace agreement was made in October 2000, violence ensued in the city streets in March 2002 when two diplomats from New Zealand and numerous others were murdered. Conditions became so bad in Honiara that in July 2003 the Australian military and police units moved into the country to restore order. In 2006, riots (Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands#Riots following 2006 general election) broke out following the election of Snyder Rini as prime minister, destroying a part of Chinatown and making more than 1,000 Chinese residents homeless. The riots devastated the town and tourism in the city and the islands was severely affected.

Honiara contains the majority of the major government buildings and institutions of Solomon Islands. The National Parliament of Solomon Islands, Honiara Solomon Islands College of Higher Education, International School in Honiara and University of the South Pacific Solomon Islands are located in Honiara as is the national museum and Honiara Market. Politically Honiara is divided into three parliamentary constituencies (Constituencies in Solomon Islands), electing three of the 50 members of the National Parliament (National Parliament of Solomon Islands). These constituencies, East Honiara, Central Honiara and West Honiara, are three of only six constituencies in the country to have an electorate of over 10,000 people.

Honiara is predominantly Christian and is served by the headquarters of the Church of the Province of Melanesia (Anglican), the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Honiara, the South Seas Evangelical Church, the United Church (United Church in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands), the Seventh-day Adventist Church and other Christian churches.

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