WELLINGTON, New Zealand – November 18: 11pm (ABC): Fiji have ended a miserable New Zealand run at the Rugby League World Cup, downing the Kiwis 4-2 in a gritty quarter-finalRead More
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand – November 18: 10pm (BBC): Tonga survived a major scare against Lebanon in a thrilling match in Christchurch to reach the last four of the Rugby LeagueRead More
BONN, Germany – November 18: 12.40pm (UN Climate Change News/Nuku’alofa Times): The launch of a new network for Pacific environmental journalists was announced this morning by the United Nations asRead More
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – November 17: 10pm (RNZI): Tongan rugby league fans say Auckland Airport’s ban on welcoming players back to the city for the world cup semi-finals is racialRead More
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – November 17: 9.25pm (NZN): Tonga are riding the crest of a Rugby League World Cup wave and they’re not ready to wipe out just yet.
Have first world Western countries given up on Pacific Island Nations by not addressing climate change issues such as pollution? By JOHN BARNETT BONN, Germany – November 17: 3pm (The Conversation):Read More
WELLINGTON, New Zealand – November 17: 12.25am (STUFF NZ/Nuku’alofa Times). Fiji Bati and former Kangaroog Jarryd Hayne has endorsed the concept of a Pacific Barbarians-style rugby league team.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – November 15: 8.52pm (RNZI): Westpac has been disciplined by the Reserve Bank for breaking the rules meant to keep banks safe against financial crisis.
HONIARA, Solomons – November 15: 8.50pm (RNZI): The new Solomon Islands prime minister Rick Hou says one of his new government’s priorities is to restore basic services to rural areas.
By ILIESA TORA (Compliments of Deutsche Welle Academy/UNFCCC) BONN, Germany – November 15: 6.50pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Tonga can go back home with a lot taken out of the COP23Read More