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Tsunami-like waves in Arorae Island, Kiribati

From the 9th March 2015 to the 13th March 2015, Cyclone Pam brought huge waves onto the island of Arorae which is the southernmost island of the Gilbert Islands Group. 37 more words

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Hidden Paradise in the Pacific discovered - Christmas Island raised the bar of my world tour

by Artemov Ivan Vladimirovich, Russia

“Christmas Island exceeded all my expectations and raised the bar of my travels to the next level. I know that this is more than anywhere else in the world do not find it, and most importantly for the island of your dreams.” 913 more words

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Kiribati's first participation ever in the Summer Olympic Games - 2004

Small step at Olympics is giant leap for tiny island nation

by  Mike Lopresti writes for Gannett News Service

ATHENS — Sometime Friday morning, a teenage sprinter from the newest nation in the Olympics, which has neither a television station nor a stoplight, will line up for the 100-meter dash. 593 more words

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THE COLONIZATION OF THE PHOENIX ISLANDS OF KIRIBATI

by Harry E. Maude

The following essay has been included as an example of ‘participant history’: a record of an episode written not by some historian long after it occurred, nor even by a passive spectator at the time, but by someone who actually took a part in and helped to determine the course of events.

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Abstract history of Kiribati Phoenix Islands group.

Gerald Gallagher and Nikumaroro

by Thomas F King, PhD Gerald Bernard Gallagher (6 July 1912 – 27 September 1941,Nikumaroro) is noted as the first officer-in-charge of the… 1,655 more words

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Mourning for Kiribati ferry tragedy missing presumed dead

by Sam Seke, ABC Radio Australia

15 February 2012, 14:03 AEDT

Kiribati Maritime Police say the 18 people listed as missing following the catamaran tragedy three weeks ago are now presumed dead. 84 more words

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In memory of Bwata Teinamati.

No matter what happens, some memories can never be replaced. Bata Teinamati will be remembered by all Kiribati people today and in many years to come. Rest in peace Bata.

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