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Tuvalu buys 5000 tonnes of rock from Nauru
Tuvalu is buying 5000 tonnes of rocks from Nauru as part of a coastal adaptation project to protect the country's newly reclaimed Queen Elizabeth II Park. Photo: Supplied According to the Nauru government the park is being developed by Tuvalu as part of its preparation towards hosting the 2019 Pacif
Pasifika voters want 'hand-ups, not hand-outs' in NZ housing crisis
Pasifika voters in South Auckland have stressed they would like to see "hand-ups, not hand-outs" following New Zealand's 2017 general election on Saturday. At a live Q+A election panel held at the Mngere Arts Centre Community Cafe, homelessness and Auckland's housing crisis were the issues front-and
Fiji PM Frank Bainimarama's speech to the UNGA - in full
The president of COP23, the next round of UN climate talks, calls for solidarity with hurricane victims and sets the scene for negotiations Prime minister Frank Bainimarama at the UN general assembly outlines plans for Fiji's presidency of COP23 climate talks (Pic: UN Photo) Mr President, I want to
VIDEO. Britain: One month after the pollution by Lactalis, the state of the Cuttlefish remains dire
The river Cuttlefish, here in Janze (Ille-et-Vilaine), on September 20, 2017, a month after the pollution of Lactalis. - C. Allain / 20 MinutesOn 18 August, a pollution has contaminated the Cuttlefish, a river in Ille-et-Vilaine.This release of organic matter originated from plant Lactalis of Retier
Acting P.M. Tialavea on Blue Pacific
ACTING PRIME MINISTER: Tialavea Tionisio Hunt has reminded about the importance of the protection of the precious Blue Pacific Ocean. (Photo: Misiona Simo) Acting Prime Minister Tialavea Fea Hunt has reminded about the importance of the protection of the precious Blue Pacific Ocean. Tialavea made t
Diaz, Cray settle for silver
ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan-Rio Olympics silver medalist Hidilyn Diaz and Fil-American Eric Cray missed out on winning gold medals in their respective events as the two settled for silver medals in the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Tuesday night at the Ashgabat Olympic Complex here. Diaz had a
Tourists to Fiji By Country of Origin
Fiji boasts 333 tropical islands stretched in the Pacific including the Mamanuca Islands and Denarau Island. The islands experience tropical weather throughout the year and this coupled with pleasing scenery serves to attract numerous tourists. Fiji is particularly popular for its soft coral diving
Atlantic Theater Slates 2017-18 Amplified Reading Series, Launch Writers & Tow Resident
Atlantic Theater Company has announced its 2017-2018 Amplified Reading Series selections, presenting six bold new plays throughout Atlantic's season with an expanded rehearsal process for more meaningful engagement with the material and the playwright. Writers in the new season's reading series incl
Tuvalu tries to attract 'climate tourists'
Few years back, no one knew about Tuvalu. It was one of the least visited corners in the world. In 2016, Tuvalu welcomed only two thousand arrivals. However, the tourism officers of this place are expecting that visitors who visit this remote corner will appreciate the struggles of the country. Pau
Hidilyn Diaz all fired up after silver medal feat in Aimag: 'Napatunayan ko na kaya ko pa'
RIO Olympics silver medalist Hidilyn Diaz proved to herself that she can still compete against the best after winning silver in the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Diaz had a total of 204 points to place second behind China's Liao Qiuyun (208) from the combined sna
SANDERS: The Earth is hurting and protesting
The Earth is protesting. The Earth protests when terrible storms rage, such as tsunamis and floods. The Earth protests when earthquakes shatter our communities, and fires burn our lands and homes. The Earth protests when droughts invade our lands, or when polar icecaps melt and oceans rise. The Eart
Tuvalu PM calls for urgency on Paris Agreement
Tuvalu's prime minister has urged the international community to back up its Paris Climate Agreement commitments with action. Tuvalu prime minister Enele Sopoaga advancing his country's climate concerns in New York. Photo: Tuvalu Government Media Enele Sopoaga was speaking at a Small Island Developi
All Blacks Sevens confirmed for Oceania Sevens in Fiji this November
The All Blacks 7s team will be coming to Fiji for the 2017 Oceania 7s tournament in November. This has been confirmed by Oceania Rugby Services Manager and World Rugby representative Bruce Cook. Cook confirms that New Zealand will be sending their men's and women's teams. Fiji hosted the Oceania 7s
Vanuatu's PM aims at UN over 'sensitive' West Papua issue
Vanuatu's Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas, says some South Pacific leaders at this month's Forum in Samoa backed off making a decision about West Papua because it was a "sensitive issue". This was in spite of it being a Forum agenda item. However, Tabimasmas labelled the efforts of Vanuatu
Regional Tourism Arrivals up 18.4% in June Quarter
Regional Tourism Arrivals to the region Up 18.4% in the June Quarter 19 September, 2017, Suva, FIJI - Tourist arrivals in the Pacific ACP and SPTO member countries increased by 18.4% in the second quarter of this year when compared to the first quarter. This increase is in line with the global mome
Top Global Warming Scientists Admit: 'We Lied To You'
The catastrophic impacts of man-made climate change have been exaggerated, according to top global warming scientists who have admitted they produced biased studies based on junk science to please their government paymasters. These studies were then used by mainstream media to control the narrative
Climate scientists admit they were wrong on climate change effects
Catastrophic impacts of climate change can still be avoided, according to scientists who have admitted they were too pessimistic about the chances of limiting global warming. The world has warmed more slowly than had been predicted by computer models, which were "on the hot side" and overstated the
Prince William Jokes with Hairdressers About His Hair Loss: 'I Can't Give You Much Business'
Prince William isn't shy when it comes to his thinning hair! On Tuesday morning, the royal dropped into a cafe that has been set up by a homeless charity to help those who deal with addiction and homelessness get back on their feet. As he arrived at the coffee shop, William shook hands with the men'
Willis Lease's ConstantThrust Program Powers Sale Leaseback of Three 737NG Aircraft with Fiji Airways
NOVATO, Calif. and NADI, Fiji, Sept. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Willis Lease Finance Corporation (NASDAQ:WLFC) completed a sale and leaseback transaction on three 737NG aircraft with Fiji Airways, supported by the Willis Lease ConstantThrust program. The deal includes elements from Willis Lease's l
Draining the U.N. swamp
An unintentionally humorous traffic advisory on Connecticut's Merritt Parkway recently warned motorists headed for Manhattan to expect "gridlock" because the United Nations General Assembly is meeting there this week. Gridlock aptly describes the ponderous doings and non-doings of the United Nations