New Zealand High Commission Honiara, Solomon Islands

Notice to all New Zealand Citizens residing or visiting Solomon Islands

Notice to all New Zealand Citizens residing or visiting Solomon Islands

As part of our consular service, the New Zealand High Commission requests that all New Zealand citizens and permanent residents, residing or visiting the Solomon Islands, seriously consider registering your presence with us. This will enable us to locate and provide information and assistance to you as required in the event of an emergency.
In line with practices at other New Zealand posts and with guidance from Wellington, we are moving towards a single system of registering New Zealanders.
As from 8 October 2010 we will work on the basis of on-line registration only. If you have previously recorded your details directly with the High Commission, you will need to re-register on-line (as we are unable to do this on your behalf). If you have not registered on-line by 8 October, you will no longer be recorded in our system.
Registration is straight forward and can be done at the following website :

By registering on the new register (RONZ) you will receive all consular updates and if you are not on email we will endeavour to contact you via phone.
If you have any queries please contact Dennis Porteous, Second Secretary (Administration and Consul), Telephone +677 21502.

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