Climate Change, Culture, Food, Our Home, Our People, Wellbeing, Your Stories

Waivunia Marine Park: Luke Tuibua’s Story

The day before Cyclone Winston hit, Luke Tuibua and students from Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia) were hard at work planting mangroves along the coastline near Luke’s village Waivunia, on the coast of Vanua Levu, the second largest island in Fiji. Mangroves combat coastal erosion – the complex underground root system helps to bind and build soil, while the above-ground […]

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Climate Change, Culture, Your Stories

For Tonga, For Pasifika: Have Your Sei

Joseph-Zane Sikulu is a Pacific climate change warrior, and Pacific Project Coordinator for 350.org. Along with many Pacific islanders, Joseph is representing his island nation Tonga at COP23 in Bonn, Germany to Have their Sei in the fight against climate change – a petition and declaration that was delivered with 23,648 signatures from 110 countries.  I […]

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Blog, Your Stories

Women With Vision

The Women With Vision event by K&D Management is one that’s close to my heart. In recent weeks I’ve mentioned my thoughts on women genuinely supporting women – that it just doesn’t happen often enough in our Pacific community. I also echo the words of my friend Dr Vanisha Mishra-Vakaoti in saying, “I haven’t understood how […]

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Your Stories

Free Fijian Hugs in the United Kingdom

Bula Talanoa, My name is Luke Rokobuli and I’ve resided in the United Kingdom for the past 13 years. Originally I am from Bua. I now live in Ipswich with my wife and five children. I stumbled across your web site and I think it is a brilliant idea to be able to share stories […]

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Academia, Creative Arts, Culture, Fashion, Your Stories

Golden Coconut Creations

“Golden Coconut Creations is an independent fashion label that was first conceived in 2010 by three islanders. These friends wanted to create an innovative and unique clothing line to cater for Pacific Islanders all over the world. We officially launched online in November 2011 with a small range of t-shirts that we felt resonated with […]

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