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Kiribati deal shocks fishing world
A tiny South Pacific nation has shocked the fishing world by revealing without warning that it has forced most of the American tuna fleet out of its vast waters and is letting Chinese and Taiwanese boats take over.(10/9/2014 11:44:49 PM)
The 'embassy' in a Welsh village
The list of embassies in the UK takes you on a tour of London's most expensive streets - but for one Pacific country, the honorary consul is based in a more unlikely home.(10/12/2014 6:08:54 AM)
$1 Million Grant To Support World’s 3rd Largest Fully Protected Area
Kiribati’s Phoenix Islands to Be Fully Protected Beginning January 2015 (PRWeb September 24, 2014) Read the full story at 5:11:37 PM)
Kiribati confirms $AUD 9.3m land deal
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Path to success is bright
Christchurch lighting design and manufacturing firm Solar Bright has just won a contract for over $1 million with the World Bank to supply 250 solar street lights in Kiribati.(9/26/2014 1:05:52 PM)
Barack Obama to create world's largest ocean reserve in the Pacific
Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, which bans commercial fishing, to be expanded to six times its current size Barack Obama will use his presidential powers on Thursday to create the worlds largest marine reserve in the Pacific, banning fishing and other commercial activities across vast swaths of pristine sea populated by whales, dolphins and sea turtles and dotted with coral ...(9/25/2014 4:00:50 AM)
Antarctic wildlife talks amid global tension
Antarctic wildlife protection will not be derailed by global politics, conservation experts insist.(10/20/2014 6:11:50 AM)
Antarctic talks hit by global politics
Tense international relations could sway the outcome of research and protection proposals for the Antarctic.(10/20/2014 12:48:02 AM)
Taronga welcomes spring chimp baby
Just in time for school holiday visitors, Taronga Zoo has welcomed the arrival of another baby chimp.(9/24/2014 4:26:45 AM)
Monument to honour coastwatchers set to be unveiled
A war memorial wall for 17 coast watchers beheaded in the central Pacific will be unveiled in Wellington this morning. The men, who were soldiers and radio operators, were executed on 15 October 1942 by the Japanese on the Gilbert and Ellis Islands (Kiribati).(10/6/2014 12:35:14 PM)
Source: Yahoo