Anneka Brown

Anneka Brown

As I walk along the beach this morning to see Funafuti’s massive lagoon, there are children swimming and fishing. “There are plenty of fish in Tuvalu,” one of them tells me.

A call from Pacific leaders to maximise money from the Green Climate Fund will drive a wedge between countries in desperate need of climate change help.

I’m excited to be a part of this year’s Pacific Islands Forum Regional Media Team going to Tuvalu.

Tannielle McHugh, daughter of detained Edward McHugh, says she feels helpless and all she can do is spread the word of her father’s unique case.

Editorial: Keep your records clean

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Australia is just one of many countries cracking down on immigrants with criminal convictions and rejecting them on character grounds.

Avaroa Cable Ltd has announced the signing of a $1.2m supply contract with Australia’s Data Exchange Network to provide the Cook Islands with two state-of-the-art cable landing stations for the Manatua Cable.

Cooks man faces deportation

Tuesday August 06, 2019

Despite being born in Atiu, Edward McHugh says he will have nowhere to go if he is forced to return to the Cook Islands.

Clean and green – for a period

Saturday August 03, 2019

All it takes is one person to have the confidence to break the ice, says Julia Evans.

One good turn deserves another

Saturday August 03, 2019

The St Joseph’s boy scouts are taking community work to the next level.

A mast-erplan

Saturday August 03, 2019

Construction company Raroweld has been commissioned to dismantle the Matavera Mast.

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