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Hillary Clinton is sounding the alarm over China’s efforts to covertly interfere with politics worldwide – Business Insider
Hillary Clinton warned Australia and New Zealand to take China’s interference attempts “seriously.” Clinton also praised a New Zealand academic, Anne-Marie Brady, who has pioneered work on the Chinese Communist Party’s secretive arm that tries to …Read more
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OCTOBER 19, 2018 – By Jay Lehr, Tom Harris, Source: https://www.heartland.org/ And changed the alarmism from global cooling to global warming, and now climate change. Although his science is often seriously wrong, no one can deny that Al Gore has a flare for the dramatic. Speaking about climate change in an October 12 PBS interview, the former […]
By SBS – May 11, 2018, VanuatuIndependent.com IT’S a little known detail of the so-called ‘blackbirding’ trade: how a group of Aboriginal Australians ended up in Vanuatu, never to return home. Chief Richard David Fandanumata has travelled to Australia from Vanuatu to see the land his great-grandfather came from. He hopes to find his lost relatives with just […]
FIJI’S Ministry of Waterways and Environment will soon implement an internationally-proven methodology to combat riverbank erosion around the country. Unsustainable land management activities have led to the prevalence of land erosion along river banks. According to the permanent secretary for the Ministry of Local Government and Environment, Joshua Wycliffe, the vetiver system for river bank […]
VanuatuIndependent – THE head of the South Pacific Tourism Organisation says better including local communities and indigenous people is the key to offering unique travel experiences. Christopher Cocker said culture was at the centre of what was on offer in the Pacific and a recent global meeting had emphasised the need for indigenous people to […]
The Vanuatu Daily Post – A team of agriculturalists from California, United States of America (USA) were in Vanuatu recently to explore new possibilities of sourcing local labor for seasonal work on farms in the U.S. Islands to Oasis, an Australian-based company brought 25 farmers, growers and entrepreneurs who run companies that support the agriculture […]
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan and North Korea should begin talks to normalise relations between the two countries and contribute to peace and stability in the region, South Korean President Moon Jae-in told a Japanese newspaper on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO – South …Read more
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VILIMAINA NAQELEVUKI, FijiTimes THE COUTUME Kanak (Kanak Custom) exhibition is an introduction talking mainly about territory, social structure and what the society is for the indigenous people of New Caledonia. This was highlighted by Artist and Photographer Sebastien Lebegue in an interview with this newspaper today. Lebegue has worked on these pieces for the past […]
Latest Ambae eruption produced worst ashfall – volcanologist. Report. from Radio New Zealand International. Published on 07 May 2018 â View Original. The latest eruption on Ambae island in Vanuatu produced more ash than last year’s event …Read more
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By Adjei-Gyamfi Yaw on November 5, 2018 — Yaw Adjei-Gyamfi explores the links between Emperor Haile Selassie and Rastafarians and considers why he remains a source of inspiration for Rastas all over the world Recently, Ethiopia became the third African country, after Rwanda and Seychelles, to achieve gender parity in their Cabinets when Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s appointments […]