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- The capital of the Solomon Islands, on the northwest coast of Guadalcanal. Population: 56,300.
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- proper n. The capital of the Solomon Islands.
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- n. national capital of Solomon Islands
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"We haven't had any information about damage or anything of that kind," National Disaster Management Office director Lote Yates told The Associated Press from Honiara.
At just after noon the Norad Twitter feed @noradsanta put out a tweet saying, #Santa just flew through Honiara, capital of the Solomon Islands.
An international delegation sent to mediate flew out of the capital, Honiara, on the island of Guadalcanal, under fire from guerrillas hiding in the bush near the runway.
The police are tightening the roadblocks that now encircle Honiara, but the rebels lurk just beyond.
After the war, Henderson Field grew into Honiara, the premier city and capital of the Solomon Islands.
"I wanted to stay in Honiara," says a 36-year-old father of six as he leans against a crate holding the family's prize possession: a 20-inch color television.
"The nightmare will come if militants try to take Honiara," warns a prominent local missionary.
On the slopes above Honiara, several thousand Malaitans now live in thatched huts built on old World War II battlefields.
I attended the inaugural meeting of the FMSC in Honiara on 22 February.
During my visit to Honiara, I also had the opportunity to meet with the