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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.
A lingusitics researcher from the University of Auckland has warned with less than 4000 people speaking Tokelauan, the language is in danger of dying. Audio
Preserving cultural identity and well-being is the focus of this year's Tokelau Language Week in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Government of Tokelau says the three atolls are not yet in a position to effectively quarantine, isolate and manage a suspected or confirmed case of Covid-19.
A Tokelauan leader has drafted a referendum on whether the territory should be independent from New Zealand to be held by 2025.
Two former Tokelauan public servants will appeal a Tokelau High Court decision over their dismissals.
Tokelau has thanked the Samoa Government, saying its Covid-19 response forms a "shield of protection for Tokelau and its people".
Concern about the spread of Covid-19 has reached one of the most remote corners of the world, with Tokelau preparing isolation facilities and stockpiling essential food. Audio
Aukustino Vitale talks about Tokelau's response to the Covid-19 global coronavirus pandemic. Audio
Six Tokelau residents are stranded in Fiji after both New Zealand and Samoa shut their borders.
New Zealand's government has announced the provision of a new boat for children in Tokelau to travel to school.
New Zealand's administrator to Tokelau has urged local leaders to be prepared for a drop in fisheries revenues.
The World Health Organisation is helping Samoa and Tokelau prepare for Covid-19.
Tokelau's solar energy system is set to be upgraded on each of its three atolls, Atafu, Fakaofo and Nukunonu.