New Zealand High Commission Honiara, Solomon Islands

Christchurch Earthquake: Information and Enquiries

Following the Christchurch earthquake on 22 February the New Zealand High Commission (NZHC) in Honiara has received many messages of sympathy and support from Solomon Islanders. NZHC Honiara has also received enquiries from people concerned about the wellbeing of family and friends in the Christchurch area.

NZHC Honiara advises anyone in Solomon Islands with concerns about family or friends to first try to make direct contact by phone, email or other means. Please note that communication systems in the Christchurch area have been affected by the earthquake and it may be difficult to get through. An international enquiry line is available by phoning +64 7 850 2199.

Further information about the earthquake can be found as follows:

Updates on the earthquake response are available on the Canterbury Earthquake website

More information can be found on the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management website

Statements from Prime Minister John Key and other ministers are available on the Beehive website

People planning to visit New Zealand can see updates on the Tourism New Zealand website



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