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Kiribati authorities want the world to know about the country's Second World War battle sites. Video, Audio
The Tourism Authority in Kiribati wants the world to visit the famous World War Two battle sites in the country. Audio
The anniversary of one of the bloodiest battles of the Second World War, in then Japanese-controlled Kiribati, has been marked in the Pacific nation today. Video
The Kiribati government's repatriation flights for citizens stranded abroad have recommenced after several months.
Six Pacific island countries have joined the United Nations Global Partnership for Education following the endorsement of their own plans for education.
The crew on a New Zealand Air force Orion have helped find two boats missing off Kiribati.
A group of Dunedin students talk about what they learned making an Otago Museum exhibition about climate change inequality. Audio
Kiribati will keep its borders closed until at least the end of the year.
Over 60 people arrived in Tonga yesterday, having been repatriated from Fiji and Kiribati.
Nauru, Kiribati and Fiji have received 50 ventilators to use for Covid-19 patients.
An i-Kiribati driven project aims to bring a new cultural centre to the heart of the New Zealand town of Rodney. Audio
The Kiribati Integrated Manaeba Project in New Zealand seeks to build a community hub in northern Auckland district of Rodney. Audio
Fifty seven percent of men in the south of Kiribati's main island reported physically or sexually abusing their wife or female partner in the past year.
The Kiribati community in New Zealand has celebrated the inaugural Kiribati language week by launching education resources.
The President of Kiribati has called for patience from the public as the government seals its borders as part of its Covid-19 response.
Pacific fisheries observers work in dangerous environments on board foreign fishing vessels holding them to account and helping protect the region's fish stocks and oceans. But who is protecting them?
Kiribati has signed a $US4.5 million dollar deal with UNICEF to improve maternal and child health.
The cabinet of the newly re-elected president of Kiribati, Taneti Maamau, has been sworn in.
Kiribati will receive a $US12 million grant to help improve the safety and resilience of inter-island transport in the western Gilbert Group.
The President of Kiribati says he will begin selecting his cabinet ministers this week. Audio