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Tourism Authority of Kiribati leads joint beach clean-up

The Tourism Authority of Kiribati Islands (TAK) led a Betio beach clean-up at the Takoronga Dai Nippon Causeway with representatives from the Ministry of Information, Communication, Transport & Tourism Development (MICTTD) and the Kiribati Islands Conservation Society (KICS) on Friday 07 May 2021. KICS is a non-government organisation with the vision that all I-Kiribati live ... read more

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Companies join pact to eliminate plastic waste in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands by 2025

More than 60 organisations from across the Oceania region have committed to eliminating unnecessary and problematic plastic packaging, and to ensure that any that remain is recyclable, reusable or compostable. Under the ANZPAC Plastics Pact, businesses such as Coles and Woolworths have pledged to achieve a series of ambitious plastics waste reduction targets within four years, by ... read more

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New Zealand PM sets out plans to re-connect with post-pandemic world

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Thursday her government will explore more travel “bubbles” and lead trade delegations later this year to re-connect with a post-pandemic world after more than a year of border closures. Tough lockdowns and its geographical location has helped New Zealand eliminate the novel coronavirus within its borders, but ... read more

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Tourism in Timor-Leste: Small Businesses, Big Impacts

Covid-19 has devastated Timor-Leste’s tourism industry. The country’s Covid response was swift: a year-long ban on international travel, closure of the country’s international borders, and restrictions on domestic travel and business operations. By taking these steps, Timor-Leste was able to limit the spread of infections throughout much of 2020, but at the expense of enormous ... read more

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Tahiti aims at 70 percent vaccination target

The French overseas minister Sebastien Lecornu says for France to allow French tourists back to Tahiti, 70 percent of French Polynesians have to be vaccinated against Covid-19. To date about 10 percent have had two jabs, with the government saying it hopes to immunise 70 percent by September. Last year’s tourism numbers fell to less ... read more

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