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Tuvalu needs over US$90 million to rebuild lives after TC Pam

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. FUNAFUTI, June 25 -- Tuvalu needs an estimated amount of US$92 million to re-build lives of people affected by the devastation of Tropical Cyclone Pam, reports ... HT Syndication, 1 week ago

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Tuvalu, not drowning but waving

, ( 10:12am ) Remember all those scares that Tuvalu would be the first Pacific islands to be drowned by global warming? In fact, warned Al Gore in his An Inconvenient Truth, so dire was this danger that the citizens of these Pacific ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail4 weeks ago

Who's Up For Granting Visa-On-Arrivals To Indian Tourist?

Have you heard of Djibouti, Comoros, Nauru, Palau, Niue, or Tuvalu? I bet most Indians will struggle. But anyone with an exceptionally high awareness of geography, current affairs or general knowledge would say these are the names of some of the ...
 Businessworld India3 weeks ago

Tuvalu is Rising, Not Sinking

by Jack Dini Tuvalu is a remote island nation consisting of a fringe of atolls covering 25.9 sq km (10 sq miles), with the highest point no more than five meters (17 feet) above sea level midway between Hawaii and Australia. Government ...
 Hawaii Free Press1 month ago Tuvalu's capital atoll grows despite sea level rise  Marianas Variety1 month ago Dot What?  Slate Magazine1 month ago So far, most atolls winning the sea level rise battle  Pacific Islands News Association1 month ago
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Tuvalu hit with with US$90m cyclone damage bill

Tuvalu says it needs an estimated US$92 million US dollars to re-build after Tropical Cyclone Pam. Entire islands of the low lying country were flooded during storm surges from the cyclone which struck the region in March. In a speech opening ...
 Radio New Zealand1 week ago Tuvalu hit with US$90m cyclone damage bill  Radio New Zealand1 week ago ‚ÄčAir transportation the critical infrastructure when disaster strikes  World Bank1 month ago
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Greenpeace pacific forum calls for action on climate change

Village leaders from Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu, Fiji and Solomon Islands have signed a declaration calling for immediate action on Climate Change. A Senior Oceans Campaigner for Greenpeace, Lagi Toribau, says a meeting was held in Port Vila last ...
 Radio New Zealand3 weeks ago Tuna fleets agree to 35pc reduction in fishing as part of 'global initiative' to boost prices  ABC Online1 month ago Pacific Parliamentarians in NZ next week  Pacific Islands News Association1 week ago FIJI: Unprecedented interest over NZ immigration ballot  Foreign weeks ago

One million to get feet wet for Tuvalu

 Cook Islands News1 month ago Getting wet feet for Tuvalu  Pacific Islands News Association1 month ago
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Tuvalu to stop selling fishing days to nations

Source: The National, Friday June 12th, 2015 TUVALU, a member of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement, says it will no longer sell fishing days to nations which have blocked its initiatives to develop and sustain their own fisheries. ...
 Papua New Guinea National3 weeks ago Tuvalu irked by big power fishing stance  Radio New Zealand3 weeks ago Tuvalu refuses to sell fishing days to uncooperative nations  Pacific Islands News Association3 weeks ago

Angre Port gets first commercial cargo vessel

Angre Port, Jaigad received its 1st commercial cargo ship, MV Fertility, on Sunday, May 31, 2015. The Tuvalu flag, 21,538 MT deadweight, fully laden vessel arrived from Egypt at a draught of 9.70 metres to discharge 10,160 MT of rock phosphate.
 IChainnel3 weeks ago

Nukulaelae is now resilient to drought with new water cistern

By Online Editor 10:25 pm GMT+12, 11/05/2015, Tuvalu The island community of Nukulaelae is now more resilient to drought following the completion of its water reservoir that could cater for the island in times of drought. The new ...
 Pacific Islands News Association1 month ago
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