News - Kiribati
4 Nov 2014
A special Connect4Climate prize has been awarded to Tinau – “My Mother”- from UK/Kiribati producer Victoria Burns, exploring the grave concerns of small island nations such her homeland...
15 Oct 2014
Taiwan has been pushing its Pacific ally Kiribati to explain the disappearance of around US$1.5 million in foreign aid that it gave to the country to acquire a transportation vessel, the Ministry...
11 Sep 2014
The government of Kiribati is considering holding a referendum to decide if the death penalty should be introduced for some murders. The move would allow the people to decide whether certain...
4 Sep 2014
A seven million US dollar project has been launched to make four of Kiribati's outer islands less reliant on imported foods. A spokeswoman for the International Fund for Agricultural...
17 Jul 2014
The Government of Kiribati, the University of the South Pacific (USP) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) participated in a ground-breaking ceremony yesterday to officially mark the first step...
6 Jul 2014
According to the recent reports, Kiribati will give better access of contraception to people in an effort to stem a population boom that is unsustainable, said the experts. This tiny state has a...
13 May 2014
New strategies are needed to address growing employment challenges in Pacific island countries, says a report released today by the World Bank. The report, “Wellbeing from Work in the Pacific...
13 May 2014
Ioane Teitiota, from the South Pacific island nation of Kiribati, had hoped to become the world’s first climate change refugee. His low-lying homeland is likely to be engulfed by waves by the...