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The search for two boats missing in Kiribati since last week has been suspended.
A New Zealand Air Force Orion is continuing the search for two fishing boats missing off Kiribati.
The New Zealand Defence Force is helping search for two vessels in Kiribati that failed to return from separate fishing trips last week.
A new exhibition in New Zealand is highlighting the cost of the country's agricultural prosperity. Audio
Kiribati should build on relationships with existing Recognised Seasonal Employers in order to increase the proportion of its workers in New Zealand's scheme, Immigration New Zealand says.
Two Kiribati opposition MPs were ordered to leave parliament yesterday after they refused to obey the speaker's rulings.
Kiribati has established diplomatic ties with Tajikistan.
The Kiribati parliament is to ask New Zealand and Australia to take more i-Kiribati workers in their seasonal worker schemes.
A Kiribati NGO says it will continue to pursue legal action against the government over the Butiraoi ferry disaster, despite an internal dispute.
A group representing the families of victims of Kiribati's Butiraoi ferry tragedy has broken ties with an NGO that had been working with them.
The Kiribati government says it is saddened that several landowners are refusing to move from land around the water reservoir areas at Bonriki in South Tarawa.
The Kiribati government has defended the country sending local students to study in China on Chinese government funded scholarships.
The Kiribati government faced moments of embarrassment on Tuesday when Finance Minister, Teuea Toatu, presented a supplementary budget.
A senior opposition MP in Kiribati, Sir Ieremia Tabai, has called on the president to crack down on one of his ministers he says is corrupt.
The speaker of the Kiribati parliament says he will turn off the microphones of MPs who refused to sit down when he stands.
Kiribati families of victims lost in last year's Butiraoi ferry disaster are fund-raising for a lawsuit against the government.
A recently launched television service in Kiribati says its news will remain sensitive to the culture and traditions of the islands.
As public discussion on climate change and ways to arrest its impact continue around the world, one of many low-lying atolls in the Pacific wrestles with the issue right now.
The president of Kiribati says the country could look to the efficient management of its ocean and air space to help the economy.
The Kiribati government says a New Zealand aid package will help people get one of the basic needs for life.