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The Dolphin Project makes an impact
Some of the most inquisitive and intelligent creatures of the sea are the amazing dolphins with forty different species.
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The Press On-Line
Chch - we've got talent
There are many applicants, but few places. You have to convince picky landlords that you are worthy of success, and they can eliminate you at any moment.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Eight destructive New Zealand storms
Motorists stranded just north of Kawakawa survey the damage to SH11 after ex-tropical cyclone Wilma battered the Far North, January 29, 2011.
Pacific eye care team to restore sight in Micrones...
The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ is sending a team of eye doctors and nurses to The Federated States of Micronesia for the first time this March.
U.S. Ambassadors to Participate in Panel Discussion on U.S. Global...
U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Pamela White, U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Jeanine Jackson, and U.S. Ambassador to Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu Walter North will participate in a panel discussion on U.S. Global Health Diplomacy and the Role of Ambassadors hosted by the Kaiser Family Foundation at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, March 17. The event ... (more)
Prince William has been stood up
I don't know how much interest you have paid to the recent royal outrage: Prince William has been refused a visit - essentially stood up - by New Zealand's Maori king.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Assad ventures outside Damascus
Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian president, has made a rare trip outside Damascus to meet Syrians displaced by the country's three-year civil war.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Maldives holiday sets a new trend thanks to 'Will and Kate effect'
It is the controversial holiday that has seen Prince George left at home as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoy some alone time in the Maldives.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Young Solomon Islands women find courage to speak ...
A once shy young Honiara woman has found the courage to talk about gender violence through the Stages of Change Theatre Company.
Kansas City InfoZine
Hardship & Vulnerability Are Pressing Issues for Pacific Island Countries
Supported by the Government of Australia, the report provides comprehensive new analysis of hardship and vulnerability across the region.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Inspiring women's leadership in the Pacific Islands
The region is home to some of the world's highest domestic violence rates. Economic empowerment of women in many countries, particularly in Melanesia, is desperately low.
NASA satellites eye troublesome Tropical Cyclone Lusi
NASA's Terra satellite captured this visible image of Tropical Cyclone Lusi over Vanuatu on March 9 at 23:30 UTC.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
PM welcomes visit of Solomon Islands PM
"New Zealand and the Solomon Islands are close partners in the Pacific region and I am looking forward to seeing Prime Minister Lilo again," says Mr Key.
Research reveals ancient Polynesian diet
Researchers from Otago University say they have gained new insights into the diets of Polynesian ancestors by analysing 3000 year old skeletons from Vanuatu.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
OP-ED: What will it take to inspire women's leadership in the Pacific?
On gender equality it is no secret that the Pacific is lagging. The region is home to some of the world's highest domestic violence rates.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
WB-New Project to Help Approximately 79,000 people in rural...
The Community Resilience to Climate Change and Disaster Risk in and Pacific Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Program.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
UN says early sexual encounters for many young Pacific people often forced
The new head of the development agency working in 14 Pacific Island countries says many young people are having their first sexual experience against their will.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Lawyer hailed for humanitarian work
Since quitting her job as a lawyer four years ago to pursue humanitarian work, Perth woman Melanie Book has witnessed firsthand the devastation of war, extreme poverty and natural disasters.
Energetic Oscar a clean fighter
TOP neurosurgeon Lindy Jeffree plans to leave the public system, saying she fears patients will die under the new doctor contracts.