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Families win lost vets proper honour
He signed up for cadets early and joined the army when he turned 17, with his first day of training on Anzac Day 2001.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Photographer captures Toronto, one country at a time
If you happen to be from Liechtenstein, the Solomon Islands or Tuvalu, Colin Boyd Shafer would like to meet you.
Vic Anzac services focus on younger vets
The 43-year-old colonel's 23-year military record includes postings to Afghanistan in 2009 and 2010 and stints as a peacekeeper in Rwanda, East Timor and the Solomon Islands.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
New York Post
Who is Kate Middletona s mystery fashion designer?
The Duchess of Cambridge wears a primrose yellow broderie anglaise dress by a mystery designer on a trip to the Taronga Zoo in Australia with the Duke of Cambridge and son Prince George.
Miss South Pacific to include...
The American Samoa Visitor's Bureau and the local organizing committee have confirmed the names of all ten contestants in the 2012 McDonald's Miss South Pacific Pageant and there will be three Samoans among the beauty queens vying for the regional title.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
RNZWCS Solomon Islands Response and Appeal for Funds
This photo is typical of what little some Solomon Island people have due to the loss of their homes following the recent floods.
WHO sets priorities in wake of Solomon floods
When the massive flood hit a small community in a palm plantation in Guadalcanal Province in Solomon Islands, the family of Samson Tokara trooped to the Okea evacuation centre to seek refuge.
Black and blonde
About a quarter of the Melanesian population in the Solomon Islands archipelago has an extremely unusual trait - dark skin with blond hair.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
And in other news...
The Public Service's redeployment register has grown three-fold to 427 since late last year as staff who refused redundancy remain on the payroll and wait for new roles.
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Royals Celebrate Easter in Australia
Prince George spent his first Easter Sunday not acquainting himself with the Easter Bunny - but a Bilby named George.
The Otago Daily Times
Pleasing response to Solomons aid appeal
Maria Heutagi and Joy Breward, of Dunedin's Solomon Islands community, are pictured with food and blankets gathered for the flood-affected Solomon Islands.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Tsunami - No Threat to New Zealand
Origin time: 1328 ZULU 19 APRIL 2014 NZ time: 0128 NZST 20 APRIL 2014 Co-ordinates: 6.7 SOUTH 155.0 EAST Depth: 10KM Location: SOLOMON ISLANDS Magnitude: 7.8 The above magnitude is provisional and may be increased or decreased as more seismic data becomes available.
Strong magnitude-7.5 quake hits off Papua New Guinea
An earthquake with a magnitude-7.5 struck off Papua New Guinea on Saturday and a tsunami warning was briefly issued for the Pacific Island nation and neighbouring Solomon Islands, but there were no immediate reports of damage.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The Otago Daily Times
Food collected for flood-hit Solomons
Anglican priest Ivica Gregurec , and Dunedin Solomon Islands Community members Endu Alepio, Irene Hundleby, and Joy Breward, are collecting food and supplies to help the people of the disaster-struck Solomon Islands.
9 brilliantly bold Kate Middleton print dresses
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a striking Diane von Furstenberg batik in Australia - but it isn't her first print Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton's signature style for daytime engagements is surely a colour block dress coat with detail at the waist.
Aid agencies working non-stop to assist thousands in Solomon Islands
TANYA NOLAN: Thousands of people are still homeless after floods devastated the Solomon Islands earlier this month.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Many Yet To Receive Aid in the Solomon Islands
While the focus of the aid effort is on Honiara, there are still hundreds of communities that have been unreached following the floods earlier this month.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Oxfama s Morning Tea 2014
Kiwis across the country are getting together over a cuppa to make a difference in the lives of people living in poverty in the developing world.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
12 short stories about the mobile networks
Kuwait's Viva is offering a random prize draw for visitors to the country who use its network for roaming.