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Lord Nuku stands on an eroding seawall fronting his village foreshore in Kolonga, Hahake District.  Photograph Credit: Teena Brown.

PACS802 Political Climate Change in the Pacific

A postgraduate level 8 course worth 15 points, PACS802 Political Climate Change in the Pacific runs for 12 weeks in Semester II of 2016 in the Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Development at Auckland University of Technology City Campus.   Purpose This paper explores how national, regional and international politics shape the language and relationships […]

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AUT SEMESTER II COURSES ON THE PACIFIC

147825 Reporting the Pacific Region An undergraduate level 7 course worth 15 points, 147825 Reporting the Pacific Region runs for 12 weeks in Semester II of 2016 in the School of Communications at Auckland University of Technology City Campus.   Purpose Engages with and analyses critical contemporary issues in the Pacific region, including Aotearoa/New Zealand, […]

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Introduction of biometrics collection for applicants in Samoa and Tonga

Introduction of biometrics collection for applicants in Samoa and Tonga

From tomorrow, Thursday, 28 April 2016, Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection will commence the collection of biometrics in Samoa and Tonga. The Australian Visa Application Centres (AVAC) in Samoa and Tonga will commence collecting biometrics on Thursday 28 April 2016. Biometrics will be collected from visa applicants who are in Samoa and Tonga at […]

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Pacific Quota Registrations Open

Citizens of Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu and Fiji are encouraged to register for the Samoan Quota and Pacific Access Category ballots. The registration opens on Friday, 1 April and closes at 4.00 pm on Friday, 29 April. Immigration Instructions recognise …Pacific Quota Registrations Open Citizens of Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu and Fiji are encouraged to […]

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