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Close-Up on Kiribati

Giulietta Verdon-Roe’s photographs of everyday life on the islands of Kiribati initially appear idyllic.  Pictures like ‘Retrieving moimotos (green coconuts), Bairiki, Tarawa’ (above) epitomise a tropical island paradise to a jaded Londoner, while the crisp black and white snapshot style summons up both a certain nostalgia and a refined beauty. 458 more words

This is not how it was.  It’s not how it used to be.  I never imagined it would look like this.  God said it would not happen.  

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Climate Change

How climate effects our health (and why Kiribati needs to act fast)

Two days ago, the World Health Organisation (WHO) conference for Health and Climate was on.

That sentence either really excited you or you thought it was the most boring thing I’ve ever written. 598 more words



#kiribati ~ Kiribati is an island nation in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. The permanent population is just over 100,000 (2011) on 800 square kilometres (310 sq mi). 122 more words

Ay Caramba, I-Kiribati, Oy Vey

VOX recently published a map identifying the richest person and largest company in each European country. In The Netherlands and France, the richest person is a woman; Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken of Heineken breweries, the largest company and the world’s third largest brewery for the Dutch and for France,  L’Oreal and daughter of its founder, Liliane Bettencourt. 449 more words


God's Love (KIRIBATI: Bible NT)


John (Ioane) 3:16

16 Bwa E tangira aonnaba te Atua n te aro are E anga natina ae te rikitemanna iai, bwa e aonga n aki mate ane e onimakinna, ma e na reke irouna te maiu are e aki toki.


Looking forward, looking back.


First of all, my most sincere apologies to my loyal readers.  I know that for the past 6 months this blog hasn’t been overly active with new articles and the latest issues.   644 more words

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