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Inaugural funding scheme recipients announced

Three teams have received the inaugural He Ara (Māori and Pasifika film pathways) scheme funding from the NZ Film Commission.

The scheme aims to assist established New Zealand writers, producers and directors of Māori and/or Pasifika heritage to create distinctive film projects with authentic Māori and Pasifika perspectives. 22 more words

New Zealand

A CHAT WITH… JONATHAN GOURLAY

Jonathan Gourlay is the author of a fantastic travel-book-cum-memoir called ‘Nowhere Slow: Eleven Years in Micronesia’. Here you can read what he thinks not only about the country, but also about his book. 1,253 more words

Pacific Islands Literature

Kids more likely to be in poverty than any other group in NZ - Tick For Kids

More than 30 organisations supporting the Tick for Kids campaign leading up to the General Election on 20 September are disappointed to see the latest Household Incomes Report and Economic Survey showing there are still far too many children living in poverty, leading to many going without the basic good and services they need.  342 more words

New Zealand

Fake Graduation: Tongan language by Kakalu 'O Tonga newspaper

This news article was written in the Tongan language and published recently by Kakalu ‘O Tonga (a Tongan newspaper) about my blog, The Fake Graduation – 6 points to consider before even enrolling. 1,242 more words

A CHAT WITH… GRAEME LAY

Graeme Lay is the author of several books set in the South Pacific. Along with ‘The Miss Tutti Frutti Contest’, these include the young adult novel trilogy, ‘Leaving One Foot Island’, ‘Return to One Foot Island’ and ‘The Pearl of One Foot Island’; the non-fiction works ‘The Cook Islands’ and ‘Passages – Journeys in Polynesia’, and the adult novel ‘Temptation Island’. 823 more words

Pacific Islands Literature

My 1 Tālā #ABsToSamoa

You have got to give it to John Campbell. He continuously helps out the Pasifika community in many ways, more recently #ABsToSamoa. If we had the chance to vote John Campbell for NZ Prime Minister, I am pretty sure every Pasifika household would tick his box. 898 more words