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Uri of Te Ikaroa aboard Te Matau-a-Māui have returned safely to the shores of Ahuriri this morning after spending three days in the tribals waters of Ngāti Kahungunu confronting the Amazon Warrior, the…

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Researchers have achieved a major turning point in the quest for efficient desalination by announcing the invention of a graphene-oxide membrane that sieves salt right out of seawater. At…

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COLONIA, Yap — The traditionally hand-woven sail of a Micronesian seafaring outrigger canoe will make its way to The Ocean Conference at the United Nations Headquarters in New York…

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The Welcome to Country app gives you an inside look at Australia’s history If you’re a history buff and planning a trip to Australia, you’re going to want to download…

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Editor’s note: You can draw lines on a map to “protect” an area of ocean, but does that mean that local communities and wildlife will be better off? According to…

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ELLIS ISLAND, NEW YORK – Master navigator Nainoa Thompson was honored with the most prestigious award in navigation, Saturday night. Thompson received the Explorers Club Medal at the 113th annual…

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HONOLULU – Hikianalia is on her way to Tahiti to reunite with her sister wa’a – the beloved traditional Polynesian voyaging canoe, Hokule’a – so that they can begin the…

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Earth is a planet in upheaval, say scientists, as the World Meteorological Organisation publishes analysis of recent heat highs and ice lows The record-breaking heat that made 2016 the hottest…

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A Harvard science professor wants to further document traditional Marshallese navigation methods to help boost the islands’ indigenous culture. Marshall Islands wave piloting is one of the navigation techniques…

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The Pacific Islands Forum has called on the United Nations to recognise the threat climate change and natural disasters pose to the livelihoods of women in the region. Nauru’s…

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