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Kiribati, The Warmth of Christmas Island

I visited Christmas Island for some meetings this week. It is the largest coral atoll in the world –  150 square miles or so and a lagoon about the same size.   243 more words


The Night I Learned to Fear the Ocean

Hello friends, this time I have got a special treat for you all.

A couple of months ago, I wrote a blog piece for a wonderful Australian magazine called… 1,200 more words

Local Life

Chris Charteris: "Tungaru" the Kiribati Project

A few weeks ago I was invited by the pasifika student mentor of EIT, Maryanne Marsters, to meet the artist Chris Charteris and help him organise his exhibition at the Hastings city art gallery. 425 more words

Local to Global Statement: Drowning in the sea of Corpses

“That has to go down in legal history as being, you know, the ‘High End” of public sector extortion”. – Atherton Martin

My work for the local to global project critiques Japans’ continuing involvement in whaling, as whales are important to my cultural heritage and myself. 227 more words

APIDS funding to partners

We’re delighted to be able to provide an update on where our funds have been going recently:

Fiji Association of the Deaf – $3,000 for awareness and development activities and a capacity building workshop for members in the West… 138 more words

Timor Leste


I was online last night trying to remember what kind of beer they had in Kiribati for an article I’ve been working on. I wanted to write a little bit about when I was working on the tuna boat out there. 90 more words