As families across the country adjust to living in isolation, essential workers continue to work through the Covid-19 lockdown.Medical staff, like aged care workers, are on the frontline of providing health care to those who need it the most. Alistar Kata has this story.
Marama T-Pole speaks to Dr Api Talemaitoga about New Zealand's Covid-19 lockdown and those infected.
The Covid-19 pandemic has meant finding activities to do indoors. For many, gaming is a perfect way to pass the time - not least in the Pacific, which is latching onto the fast-growing phenomenon of competitive gaming. Anauli Karima Fai'ai travelled to Samoa earlier this year to check out the country's very first Esports team.
The Covid-19 pandemic has already penetrated some borders of the Pacific, while others still remain clear for now. One of those countries is the Cook Islands, which has been preparing its people and helping businesses devastated by the downturn in tourism.
Source: Samoa Government Samoa’s State of Emergency will be extended for another four weeks, the Samoan Government announced today. In signing the extension into law this evening, His Highness the Head of State, AfiogaTuimaleali’ifano Va’aletoa Sualauvi II, after consultation with Cabinet as set out in F.K. (20) Special 13 is “satisfied that a grave emergency […]
As Covid-19 global cases pass the 1 million mark, it’s estimated there will be a 9-12% decrease in international tourist arrivals this year for the Pacific region.According to the most recent figures, Pacific tourism’s contribution to regional GDP is 11.1% in 2018 - that's around US$3.8billion.Pacific Tourism CEO Chris Cocker says it will be a long road to recovery due to the travel restrictions during the pandemic.
Their single Fever has spent six weeks on the Hot 20 NZ Singles list, burning up radio request lines and Bluetooth speakers, and is a famous pick for the online #IslandJamChallenge. Now, Tomorrow People have modified their single to create their new EP, Fever – Island Remixes. Tomorrow People are no stranger to reworking their […]
The spread of the Covid-19 virus and the compulsory self-isolation period has dramatically changed the way we live, with restrictions on how we socialise and gather as a community. One area that has had a devastating impact on our families is the strict restrictions on the funeral and burial process when loved ones die during […]
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