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Cheaper and more reliable internet access than the current satellite link-up is on the cards for Tokelau.
Tokelau's Nukunonu atoll began its vaccination process today after receiving its delivery of the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine from New Zealand.
The first batch of Covid-19 vaccines is heading to Tokelau and northern Cook Islands aboard a New Zealand navy ship.
A navy ship carrying the Pfizer vaccine is now on its way to Tokelau and the northern Cook Islands.
It's carrying enough doses for the eligible populations of Tokelau and Palmerston Island.
The… Video, Audio
Covid-19 vaccines will soon roll out in the Cook Islands, followed by Niue and Tokelau, and the New Zealand government has announced more vaccines and $120 million in additional support for Pacific…
In the remote Tokelau atolls, everyone plays a role in looking after the community through traditions like Faiva Fakamua.
The newly inaugurated Ulu o Tokelau has paid tribute to Samoa for its role in the recent repatriation of more than 100 Tokelauans.
Tokelau has officially opened its first parliamentary session for 2021 in Atafu, inaugurating a new Ulu
Tokelauan is on UNESCO'S list of the world's severely endangered languages, how can it be safeguarded? University of Auckland PhD student, John Middleton's thesis is based on the syntax of Tokelauan… Audio
Every January, Tokelau stops as its people come together for an annual cricket tournament, but with a twist. Elena Pasilio takes us inside the colour, feasting and culture of the national sport.
Tokelau and Kiribati are set to benefit from a hybrid internet network announced to bolster connectivity amid upgrade work on the Southern Cross cable.
First group of Tokelauans to be repatriated just happy to be home in time for Christmas. Audio
33 Tokelauans are finally heading home after months of being stranded in New Zealand and Samoa due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Over the past few weeks the Royal New Zealand Navy ship HMNZS Canterbury has been using helicopters to deliver equipment for Tokelau's development plans.
A handful of Tokelauans are heading home after months of waiting for the first repatriation flight. Audio
A handful of Tokelauans are heading home after months of waiting for the first repatriation flight since the Covid pandemic struck.
A young journalist tells of her journey home on the first repatriation flight to Tokelau.
"With every Census that comes, the number of speakers are declining, so there has to be an active movement to keep the language alive."
Ensuring the survival of their language for future generations is why the Tokelaun community in Porirua are keen to have their language included in the New Zealand curriculum. Audio
As NZ marks Te vaiaho o te gagana Tokelau or Tokelau language week, Elena Pasilio, an up-and-coming journalist shares her journey as a story-teller.