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Palau

Where I come from, our culture is very strong, and no one ever did what I did. Some people told me to forget about it and go do something…

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How did you come to be part of the Te Mana? Well, when Uto Ni Yalo came to Fiji in 2009, I did not know about it until 2011,…

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We arrived into Nukuhiva late Saturday night, yesterday (Sunday)we got up at 5.30am to prepare for the welcome ceremony.  We changed our rig to the traditional Sails. All the…

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What does the floor in the deepest part of our oceans look like? Only a handful of people are able to answer that question. One of them is Nicole…

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On 1 July 2020 the first Traditional Navigation Training Program offered by the College of Micronesia (COM-FSM) in collaboration with Okeanos Foundation started at the FSM-FMI campus in Yap,…

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The future of tourism in the ‘blue’ Pacific must be green, according to the head of South Pacific Tourism, Chris Cocker. Pacific economies are reeling from the impact of…

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As a new decade dawns much of the Pacific is grappling with major upheavals from climate and health crises to political disruption and self-determination struggles. RNZ Pacific’s Jamie Tahana…

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The Pacific nation of Palau has become the first country to ban sun cream that is harmful to corals and sea life. From Wednesday, sun cream that includes common…

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As Singapore looks to develop initiatives to deal with rising sea levels brought on by climate change, CNA visited the tiny Pacific island nation of Palau where environmental issues…

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The crew of our latest vaka motu Okeanos Palau has braved over 4,000 nautical miles to bring the new traditionally based, fossil fuel-free sailing catamaran to the communities of Palau….

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