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University of the South Pacific and the European Consortium for Pacific Studies to educate people on issues surrounding climate change...A large crowd gathered at USP's Japan-Pacific ICT Multipurpose theatre to witness films which featured the
There is little spontaneity in Question Time in the House of Commons. MPs arrive with their pre-prepared questions, quite often supplied for them by the business managers. Even when questions are not planted, a minister usually knows in advance what
Pacific Islander Ioane Teitiota fails in bid to be first climate change refugee Updated November 26, 2013 18:34:20 An i-Kiribati man's bid to become the world's first climate change refugee has failed, with a New Zealand judge describing his case as "
Despite the considerable progress on HIV and STI education and prevention programmes in Fiji, there can be even more progress made if people in prisons are included. This was one of the key findings highlighted by the first-ever longitudinal study
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HB along with Kara Duncan-Hewitt (Stopping Family Violence Trainer) have been facilitating these workshops with the vision that the Leaders will be able to share the information and resources gained within their own communities within culturally
Taipei, Nov. 5 (CNA) President Ma Ying-jeou expressed gratitude on Tuesday to the Pacific island nation of Tuvalu, one of Taiwan's diplomatic allies, for its donation of US $210,000 in the wake of a devastating typhoon in 2009.
The new funds will be used to scale up the ongoing project to support the resurfacing of key roads on Fongafale Island which provide access to the Funafuti airport. The additional funds will also be used for solar street lighting, a road safety
Top leaders from Japan and Pacific island nations will hold a summit in a city near the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant in 2015, Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida on Saturday said. Kishida made the announcement at a news conference after
Water Centennial International 7s tournament at the ANZ Stadium last week, team coach Etonia Veibataki said they needed the exposure in Fiji. He said Tuvalu would be competing at upcoming tournaments like the Uprising 7s, Marist 7s, Nawaka and other