An accidental blogger. A digital activist. A creative thinker. A DIY environmentalist. An island girl. Yep, that’s me.
Bringing stories and views direct from the coconut wireless of the South Pacific Islands.
Free trade has yet to become a topic of daily conversation for people in the Pacific but it certainly figures large in the political arena where Pacific leaders have been [...]
The transition from subsistence to a cash economy is pushing Melanesian women into the workforce. The issue is not just about what is gained and what is lost but about challenging [...]
In a country like Papua New Guinea (PNG), you don’t expect much from the government. If you do, you will be disappointed. You see, there is a problem when colonisation [...]
When we talk about healthcare in Solomon Islands, it’s back to the very basics. It’s more basic than doctors, hospitals or access to medical supplies. My visit to a coastal [...]
In search of employment opportunities, young people from the outer provinces of Solomon Islands flock to Honiara – the country’s capital – in massive droves. There, they bunk with their [...]
Hot. Stuffy. Noisy. White man dressed in checkered shirt and jeans. Oh and there’s another one. And another one. Some carrying brief cases and laptop bags. Some burying their faces [...]
It’s been almost fifteen years since the end of the civil war and the landowners on the island of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea (PNG) are discussing the return of [...]
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