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Hannah Spyksma on losing Rachel Morrison, but not her legacy

I’m not going to lie; I’m really good at losing things. Last year it was my favorite winter coat and raincoat. This year, so far, there’s been a dress, a hat and a scarf, that I know of. 1,613 more words

ENVIRONMENT

Tentative future for Pacific Island's 'climate change refugees'

April 25, 2015

ATTITUDES to ignore climate change may suffice for now, but perhaps not in 50 years when our neighbours in the South Pacific must abandon their island nations due to sea level rise, and seek refuge elsewhere. 431 more words

Journalism Articles

Solidarity for Mother Earth

If climate change continues at its current pace, the entire population of Kiribati is going to have to move–and soon. So soon that the government of this Pacific island nation has actually purchased a plot of land 2,000 miles away, in Fiji. 605 more words

“Flag That Bird!” (Part 3)

“Flag that bird!”  (Part 3)

 As birds flying [‘aphôth = “winging” in air], so will the Lord of hosts defend Jerusalem; defending also He will deliver it; and passing over He will preserve it.

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Birds

High Tide - life in Kiribati

To all Kiribati lovers!

Last post I wrote, spoke about Teaote and the Wall the book. I apologised profusely for not giving you the news of the book first. 432 more words

Local Life

Do the benefits outweigh the costs? Summary of Kiribati-Australia Nursing Initiative (KANI) independent review.

In 2006 the Australian Government offered Kiribati a helping hand. It came in the form of a pilot program providing support for up to 90 students to train in Australia over an eight year period. 1,140 more words

World Hidden Stories

Very first Kiribati national to hold a Doctorate in Maritime Studies, Dr. Teorae Kabure

Thanks to “Te Uekera” Newspaper from Kiribati.

Ai bon te kakaitau ae moan te bati nakon te Uekera mai Kiribati ibukin boutokaan au kaunganano nakoia kaimoan Kiribati ni kabane ao riki kaimoan abau ae Tabiteuea Maiaki n aia tabo nako aika kakaokoro. 36 more words

World Hidden Stories