• Top 10 Cities of Niue - Island Country

    Thanks for watching..... 1) Alofi 2) Hakupu 3) Avatele 4) Mutalau 5) Tuapa 6) Lakepa 7) Makefu 8) Liku 9) Hikutivake 10) Fatiau Niue is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean, 2,400 kilometres (1,500 mi) northeast of New Zealand within the triangle formed by Tonga (to the west), Samoa (to the north) and the Cook Islands (to the east). Its land area is 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi) and its population, predominantly Polynesian, is around 1,400. They commonly refer to the island as "the Rock", a reference to the traditional moniker "Rock of Polynesia".[citation needed] Niue is a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand, and most of its diplomatic relations are conducted by New Zealand on its behalf. Niueans are New Zealand citizens, and Queen Elizab...

    published: 23 Feb 2014
  • TORANI - Niuean dance - USP Emalus Campus

    Niuean dance by the TORANI Law Students Association of Emalus Campus, University of the South Pacific . TORANI [Tokelau, Cook Islands, Niue] . Performance for Open Day 2013 . Track by Manufolau

    published: 13 Jun 2014
  • Politiki FakaWestminster i Niue

    Politiki fakaWestminster i Niue ------------------------------- [E]Fai taha ke totogi [F#11]Ai ta[E2?]ute e mau[E]tolu [E] [E]he talahau e lautolu [F#11]Tali[E2?]a oti[E] nakai? [E] [E]Ha na e puhala[F#11] faka[E2?]Westminster[E] He [B7]tau aelani [Am]Ko e pule ha hai hāku kua tāholi [D]Ai fai taha ke hūhū e [Am]mena kua paase ke he ha talu [D]matakau politiki, ko e [B7]pelemia ha ko e fakatufono [Am]taute pule ni a ia toko taha. [E] [E]Fai taha ke totogi [F#11]Ai ta[E2?]ute e mau[E]tolu [E] [E]he talahau e lautolu [F#11]Tali[E2?]a oti[E] nakai? [E] [E]Ha na e puhala[F#11] faka[E2?]Westminster[E] He [B7]tau aelani [Am]Ko e taha sosaeati he [D]tau tagata politiki mo e [Am]matakau he ha lalu tau loto maō [D]tomo ke he tau fifiliaga ia. Ko e [B7]fai hako nakai au he nofo he tau [Am]mah...

    published: 03 Aug 2017
  • 10 Amazing Countries You Have Never Heard Of

    Here are 10 incredible unknown places you should know about! These are the facts about the richest country and smallest nation! Subscribe to Knowledge Feed for Myth Mania Mondays, Fact Tree Tuesdays, Wildlife Wednesdays, Origin Thursdays, Fun Fact Fridays & Wildcard Weekends. 6. Kiribati When under British rule the Republic of Kiribati was known as the Gilbert Islands. The nation contains Gilbert, Phoenix and Line Islands and 33 atolls which are scattered across 1.3 million square miles of the Pacific. The country is the only nation to fall within all four hemispheres. Over half of the country’s one hundred thousand permanent residents live in the capital city of Tarawa. Though western influence is steadily establishing itself in Kiribati, most locals live in traditional huts and eat co...

    published: 24 Nov 2016
  • Lillys Afford Transfer from Niue to the Promised Land 20.10.

    Lottery Tickets Lucky Winning Numbers New ... http://affiliateempire.net/?a=75226&c=2819&s1= Money Making Software: http://tracking.signals.money/SH45 OMG; The transfer from a the smallest self gorvern island in the world, was a dream for a young girl, who have had the pleasure to be bought up in a beautful and modern inviroment in NZ. Feeling so blessed to have the greatest opportunity to be bought up in New Zealand, much of the credit of course goes to my parents to see beon the small island to explore the new land. I have now adopted the shores of Australia and I feel like that little girl on the deck of a gargo ship pound for the shores of our family promised land. Absolutely amazed at the beauty and the marvelous wonders of life in many respect. Video Captured With: http://screen...

    published: 02 Feb 2017
  • 'NO PLACE LIKE HOME-EJF talks to the President of the Maldives and the Premier of Niue'

    By 2050, there will be an estimated 150 million climate refugees, forced to leave their homes by droughts, extreme weather patterns and sea level rise. There is no international law designed to protect their needs. EJF talked to President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives and Premier Talagi of Niue about how climate change is affecting their countries. The Environmental Justice Foundation is a UK charity working internationally to protect the natural environment and human rights, campaigning for reductions in greenhouse gases, and calling for international protection for climate refugees. We believe that that there needs to be a legally-binding, international Protocol that identifies and protects these people displaced from their homes by deteriorating environmental conditions. To find o...

    published: 24 Nov 2009
  • black magic specialist in niue 0091 7568325124

    Contact:- +91-7568325124 vashikaran specialist & black magic specialist +91-7568325124 vashikaran mantra baglamukhi sabar mantra banglamukhi vashikaran mantra Get your love back by vashikaran black magic black magic revenge spells black magic specialist baba get ex backget your love back by hypnotism how to get your husband back spells to get your ex back get your ex boyfriend back get your ex girlfriend back love spells to get your ex back get your lost love back love spells that work love spells that really work how to get lost love back vashikaran specialist tantrik vashikaran specialist aghori baba vashikaran specialist astrologer muslim astrologer muslim astrology muslim astrologersLakho dukho ki ek dawa fakir ki ek duaa. well as his insights on those of their clients. Get your dream...

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • USP. Emalus campus Solomon islands law student 2017.

    Isabel law student performing at the 39 independence day 2017

    published: 10 Jul 2017
  • Pacific Realm Islands want say in Constitution review

    The Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau are regarded as part of the realm of NZ. This means its people are NZ citizens and Wellington has a degree of input into some of its affairs in the islands. Now, this relationship's come under scrutiny lately thanks to the NZ constitutional review that's under way at the moment. While most debates focused on large issues like the treaty of Waitangi there's a sense that pacific matters - like the realm countries - should be on the agenda as well.

    published: 27 Jun 2013
  • mahaba niue

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • 20170728 092713

    Performance by Oceania Centre for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies students’ during USP Open Day 2017.

    published: 28 Jul 2017
  • Statement by President at the High Level Segment on Rule of Law

    Statement by His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Waheed, President of the Republic of Maldives at the High Level Meeting on the Rule of Law at the National and International Levels

    published: 25 Sep 2012
  • Giant Coconut Crab – the largest land crab in the world

    The coconut crab (Birgus latro), is the largest land-dwelling crustacean earth. We saw them on a small island of Zanzibar (Tanzania). The fishermen of the island told us this crab. It is fast, likes to palm trees to climb and eat coconuts. Adult coconut crabs are large about 40 cm. They weigh up to about 4 kilograms. The span of the legs can be up to 1 meter tall. The shearing of the coconut crab have great power. One must be very careful. The crab may cut a finger from your hand easily. They live on land. In the water they would drown. Die Kokosnusskrabbe (Birgus latro, Palmendieb), ist das größte an Land lebende Krebstier der Erde. Wir sahen sie auf einer kleinen Insel auf Sansibar (Tansania). Die Fischer der Insel erklärten uns diese Krabbe. Sie ist schnell, liebt es auf Palmen zu klett...

    published: 21 Feb 2016
  • An Introduction to South Pacific Law

    BOOK REVIEW INTRODUCTION TO SOUTH PACIFIC LAW Fourth edition By Jennifer Corrin and Don Paterson ISBN: 978 1 78068 412 3 Intersentia Ltd www.intersentia.co.uk www.intersentia.com IDEAL FOR INTERNATIONAL LAWYERS: A UNIQUE AND CAREFULLY RESEARCHED OVERVIEW OF SOUTH PACIFIC LAW An appreciation Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE of “The Barrister” This book is apparently unique – the only book of its kind -- and therefore quite a find for international lawyers, especially those involved with work relating to the countries of the South Pacific. Notice that they are called ‘countries’ rather than ‘islands’ by the authors, Professors Jennifer Corrin and Don Paterson who (in addition to their other impressive credentials), teach respectively, at the Uni...

    published: 24 Jun 2017
  • PACIFIC RESCUE! Law Enforcement Tracks 9 Year Old Across an Ocean, Catches an Accused Kidnapper

    9 year old Billy Hanson spent the summer in Seattle visiting his father Jeffrey, a man known to have a history of alcohol abuse and possibly current methamphetamine use. Jeffrey was also an avid sailor and had traveled the world by sailboat. Billy’s mother in Pennsylvania called authorities on September 4th, when Billy wasn’t on the expected flight home, and sure enough the two—and the sailboat -- had disappeared. An international manhunt was launched. Besides alerting the normal international warrant channels, agents mapped all the known places Jeffrey had ever sailed to, they disseminated posters to international sailing and boating publications, sent verbal BOLO reports to commercial, private, and coast guard vessels – with special attention to the South Seas. On October 30th, ...

    published: 15 May 2015
  • Niue

    Niue (/ˈnjuːeɪ/ NEW-ay; Niuean: Niuē) is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean, 2,400 kilometres (1,500 mi) northeast of New Zealand within the triangle formed by Tonga to the west, Samoa to the north, and the Cook Islands to the east. Its land area is 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi) and its population, predominantly Polynesian, is around 1,400. They commonly refer to the island as "The Rock", a reference to the traditional name "Rock of Polynesia". Niue, whose capital city is Alofi, is a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand, and most of its diplomatic relations are conducted by New Zealand on its behalf. Niueans are New Zealand citizens, and Queen Elizabeth II is head of state in her capacity as Queen of New Zealand. 90–95% of Niuean people live in New Zealan...

    published: 29 Aug 2014
Top 10 Cities of Niue - Island Country

Top 10 Cities of Niue - Island Country

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Thanks for watching..... 1) Alofi 2) Hakupu 3) Avatele 4) Mutalau 5) Tuapa 6) Lakepa 7) Makefu 8) Liku 9) Hikutivake 10) Fatiau Niue is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean, 2,400 kilometres (1,500 mi) northeast of New Zealand within the triangle formed by Tonga (to the west), Samoa (to the north) and the Cook Islands (to the east). Its land area is 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi) and its population, predominantly Polynesian, is around 1,400. They commonly refer to the island as "the Rock", a reference to the traditional moniker "Rock of Polynesia".[citation needed] Niue is a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand, and most of its diplomatic relations are conducted by New Zealand on its behalf. Niueans are New Zealand citizens, and Queen Elizabeth II is head of state in her capacity as Queen of New Zealand. 90--95% of Niuean people live in New Zealand,[4] along with about 70% of the speakers of the Niuean language.[5] Niue is not a member of the United Nations, but its status as a freely-associated state has been accepted by UN organs as equivalent to independence for international law purposes.[6] Niue is a member of some UN Specialized Agencies. In 2003, Niue became the world's first "Wi-Fi nation", in which free wireless Internet access is provided throughout the country by The Internet Users Society-Niue. Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niue
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TORANI - Niuean dance - USP Emalus Campus

TORANI - Niuean dance - USP Emalus Campus

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Niuean dance by the TORANI Law Students Association of Emalus Campus, University of the South Pacific . TORANI [Tokelau, Cook Islands, Niue] . Performance for Open Day 2013 . Track by Manufolau
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Politiki FakaWestminster i Niue

Politiki FakaWestminster i Niue

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Politiki fakaWestminster i Niue ------------------------------- [E]Fai taha ke totogi [F#11]Ai ta[E2?]ute e mau[E]tolu [E] [E]he talahau e lautolu [F#11]Tali[E2?]a oti[E] nakai? [E] [E]Ha na e puhala[F#11] faka[E2?]Westminster[E] He [B7]tau aelani [Am]Ko e pule ha hai hāku kua tāholi [D]Ai fai taha ke hūhū e [Am]mena kua paase ke he ha talu [D]matakau politiki, ko e [B7]pelemia ha ko e fakatufono [Am]taute pule ni a ia toko taha. [E] [E]Fai taha ke totogi [F#11]Ai ta[E2?]ute e mau[E]tolu [E] [E]he talahau e lautolu [F#11]Tali[E2?]a oti[E] nakai? [E] [E]Ha na e puhala[F#11] faka[E2?]Westminster[E] He [B7]tau aelani [Am]Ko e taha sosaeati he [D]tau tagata politiki mo e [Am]matakau he ha lalu tau loto maō [D]tomo ke he tau fifiliaga ia. Ko e [B7]fai hako nakai au he nofo he tau [Am]mahani hepe fakapolitiki? [E] [E]Fai taha ke totogi [F#11]Ai ta[E2?]ute e mau[E]tolu [E] [E]he talahau e lautolu [F#11]Tali[E2?]a oti[E] nakai? [E] [E]Ha na e puhala[F#11] faka[E2?]Westminster[E] He [B7]tau aelani [E] Copyright 2011 Lee Aholima / Nogi Aholima No Capo Strum 4 Westminster Politics in Niue Someone must pay. We are blameless they say. All in agreement? That is the Westminster way in the islands. Whose authority do I tread on? No one will question what has been passed on our political assemblies, the premier shall upon law simply decide for himself. There is a society of politicians and the rest in all sobriety drowning in those decisions. What rights do I have living in political impropriety? L (21/Nov/2006)
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10 Amazing Countries You Have Never Heard Of

10 Amazing Countries You Have Never Heard Of

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Here are 10 incredible unknown places you should know about! These are the facts about the richest country and smallest nation! Subscribe to Knowledge Feed for Myth Mania Mondays, Fact Tree Tuesdays, Wildlife Wednesdays, Origin Thursdays, Fun Fact Fridays & Wildcard Weekends. 6. Kiribati When under British rule the Republic of Kiribati was known as the Gilbert Islands. The nation contains Gilbert, Phoenix and Line Islands and 33 atolls which are scattered across 1.3 million square miles of the Pacific. The country is the only nation to fall within all four hemispheres. Over half of the country’s one hundred thousand permanent residents live in the capital city of Tarawa. Though western influence is steadily establishing itself in Kiribati, most locals live in traditional huts and eat coconuts, breadfruit, and fish as they have done for hundreds of years. The LGBT community faces social disadvantages in the nation. Male homosexuality is illegal with a punishment of 5 years in prison. Female sexuality is legal but heavily frowned upon. 5. Djibouti Almost all of the nearly 850,000 people who live in the Republic of Djibouti adhere to Islam and have done so for the last thousand years. Before voting for independence in 1977, the area was a French territory. The region is a desert that is located in eastern Africa and is a place where you may find large groups of people caravaning on a single vehicle, a site that may be odd in the United States but one that is much more common in many parts of Africa. One major landmark of the region is Lake Assal, the third lowest point on earth and one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water. Outside of Djibouti City, the country is free of large-scale development and is a great place to go on an outdoor adventure. 4. Niue Being a 100 square mile island located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and having a population of around 1,200 makes Niue one of the most isolated nations on the planet. While not a member of the U.N. the organization does recognize Niue as a freely associated state with New Zealand, with whom they maintain strong ties. New Zealand produces Niue’s coin’s and, in 2014 created Disney coins to be used as currency on the island. With help from the E.U. Niue has been in the process of converting to renewable energy since 2009, when a solar power system was installed, providing 6% of the country's electricity. 3. Bhutan The country only started letting outsiders in starting in the 1970’s and has an interesting approach to tourism. Foreign visitors have to pay a $250 tariff per day. While this may seem pricey, it is an all-inclusive fee that covers accommodation, food, transport and even a guide. Bhutan is located in South Asia between India and China and is a place that takes great pride in their ancient, Buddhist traditions. Radio broadcasting didn’t begin in the country until 1973, a year which also saw the nation institute a policy to measure the country's Gross National Happiness. The internet and television didn’t arrive until 1999. Bhutan is also very environmentally conscious. Law states that at least 60% of the country must remain forested and it absorbs more carbon than it emits. 2. Palau An island country that is southeast of the Philippines, Palau has only been around for 22 years having become independent on October 1, 1994. The country contains roughly 250 Island, the most populous of which is Koror and has a total population of nearly 18,000 people. Palau maintains an association with the United States, who provides defense and funding to the Republic. One of the country’s most famous places is Blue Corner which is a body of water that is world renowned for its scuba diving and is known for its sharks. Palau created the world’s first shark sanctuary beginning in 2009 and is a global leader in protecting marine ecosystems. 1. Suriname A former colony of the Netherlands, today Suriname is the smallest country in South America and has a population of 540,000. The country’s president, Desi Bouterse, claimed the position after staging a military coup in 1980. The dictator has been ruling the nation with an iron fist ever since. He was responsible for and according to an eyewitness, took place in the December Murders in 1982. On December 7, 1982, Bouterse rounded up 15 dissidents, mostly respected journalists, and professors, and brought them to Fort Zeelandia, which is located in the capital city of Paramaribo and is the city's oldest building. There Bouterse ordered the group to be tortured and murdered, with Bouterse himself reportedly killing two of the victims. The Netherlands convicted the ruler of smuggling over 1,000 pounds of cocaine into the country, and Europol issued a warrant for his arrest in 1999. None of this matters as Bouterse position as president gives him legal immunity and Suriname has no extradition treaty with the Dutch.
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Lillys Afford Transfer from Niue to the Promised Land 20.10.

Lillys Afford Transfer from Niue to the Promised Land 20.10.

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Lottery Tickets Lucky Winning Numbers New ... http://affiliateempire.net/?a=75226&c=2819&s1= Money Making Software: http://tracking.signals.money/SH45 OMG; The transfer from a the smallest self gorvern island in the world, was a dream for a young girl, who have had the pleasure to be bought up in a beautful and modern inviroment in NZ. Feeling so blessed to have the greatest opportunity to be bought up in New Zealand, much of the credit of course goes to my parents to see beon the small island to explore the new land. I have now adopted the shores of Australia and I feel like that little girl on the deck of a gargo ship pound for the shores of our family promised land. Absolutely amazed at the beauty and the marvelous wonders of life in many respect. Video Captured With: http://screencast-o-matic.com/refer/cD1IodfPma
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'NO PLACE LIKE HOME-EJF talks to the President of the Maldives and the Premier of Niue'

'NO PLACE LIKE HOME-EJF talks to the President of the Maldives and the Premier of Niue'

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By 2050, there will be an estimated 150 million climate refugees, forced to leave their homes by droughts, extreme weather patterns and sea level rise. There is no international law designed to protect their needs. EJF talked to President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives and Premier Talagi of Niue about how climate change is affecting their countries. The Environmental Justice Foundation is a UK charity working internationally to protect the natural environment and human rights, campaigning for reductions in greenhouse gases, and calling for international protection for climate refugees. We believe that that there needs to be a legally-binding, international Protocol that identifies and protects these people displaced from their homes by deteriorating environmental conditions. To find out more and how you can help this happen visit ejfoundation.org
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black magic specialist in niue 0091 7568325124

black magic specialist in niue 0091 7568325124

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USP. Emalus campus Solomon islands law student 2017.

USP. Emalus campus Solomon islands law student 2017.

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Isabel law student performing at the 39 independence day 2017
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Pacific Realm Islands want say in Constitution review

Pacific Realm Islands want say in Constitution review

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The Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau are regarded as part of the realm of NZ. This means its people are NZ citizens and Wellington has a degree of input into some of its affairs in the islands. Now, this relationship's come under scrutiny lately thanks to the NZ constitutional review that's under way at the moment. While most debates focused on large issues like the treaty of Waitangi there's a sense that pacific matters - like the realm countries - should be on the agenda as well.
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mahaba niue

mahaba niue

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20170728 092713

20170728 092713

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Performance by Oceania Centre for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies students’ during USP Open Day 2017.
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Statement by President at the High Level Segment on Rule of Law

Statement by President at the High Level Segment on Rule of Law

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Giant Coconut Crab – the largest land crab in the world

Giant Coconut Crab – the largest land crab in the world

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The coconut crab (Birgus latro), is the largest land-dwelling crustacean earth. We saw them on a small island of Zanzibar (Tanzania). The fishermen of the island told us this crab. It is fast, likes to palm trees to climb and eat coconuts. Adult coconut crabs are large about 40 cm. They weigh up to about 4 kilograms. The span of the legs can be up to 1 meter tall. The shearing of the coconut crab have great power. One must be very careful. The crab may cut a finger from your hand easily. They live on land. In the water they would drown. Die Kokosnusskrabbe (Birgus latro, Palmendieb), ist das größte an Land lebende Krebstier der Erde. Wir sahen sie auf einer kleinen Insel auf Sansibar (Tansania). Die Fischer der Insel erklärten uns diese Krabbe. Sie ist schnell, liebt es auf Palmen zu klettern und Kokosnüsse zu fressen. Ausgewachsene Kokosnusskrabben werden ca. 40 cm groß. Sie wiegen bis zu ca. 4 Kilogramm. Die Spannweite der Beine kann bis zu 1 Meter groß sein. Die Scheren der Kokosnusskrabbe haben große Kraft. Man muss sehr vorsichtig sein. Die Krabben können einen Finger mühelos von einer Hand abtrennen. Sie leben am Land. Im Wasser würden sie ertrinken. Musik: Reggie and the Dubwisemen, Jingle Punks, YouTube Audio Library Meine Webseite: http://www.heldmann-immobilien.de/
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An Introduction to South Pacific Law

An Introduction to South Pacific Law

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BOOK REVIEW INTRODUCTION TO SOUTH PACIFIC LAW Fourth edition By Jennifer Corrin and Don Paterson ISBN: 978 1 78068 412 3 Intersentia Ltd www.intersentia.co.uk www.intersentia.com IDEAL FOR INTERNATIONAL LAWYERS: A UNIQUE AND CAREFULLY RESEARCHED OVERVIEW OF SOUTH PACIFIC LAW An appreciation Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE of “The Barrister” This book is apparently unique – the only book of its kind -- and therefore quite a find for international lawyers, especially those involved with work relating to the countries of the South Pacific. Notice that they are called ‘countries’ rather than ‘islands’ by the authors, Professors Jennifer Corrin and Don Paterson who (in addition to their other impressive credentials), teach respectively, at the University of Queensland and the University of the South Pacific. Published by the academic publisher Intersentia, based in Cambridge, Antwerp and Portland, Oregon, the title is now the fourth edition of this informative and therefore eminently useful introduction to an area of law with which many lawyers or indeed students and academics may not be all that familiar. Both readable and scholarly, it focuses on the laws of the member countries of the University of the South Pacific, which we list here: Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. Three ethnicities predominate within the island groups of this vast region: Melanesians, Polynesians and Micronesians. Following an introductory chapter on the history and development of South Pacific law and jurisprudence, the book examines the framework of legal systems across this area, many of which are based on – or have specific links with -- the English common law. In one particular chapter for example, there is an illuminating discussion of the relationship between custom and customary law on the one hand and common law and equity on the other. Individual chapters cover all pertinent aspects of the law in this region, including administrative law, customary law, constitutional law, family law, contract law and torts law. There is much reference to legislative provisions and case law within individual jurisdictions. This new edition in handy paperback format has gone through extensive revision to incorporate the changes that have taken place since the last edition of 2011, including additional discussion of the laws of Papua New Guinea. Other new material covers mainly recent legislative developments that have occurred in, for example, Fiji and Samoa. Amendments to the constitution of courts in Marshall Islands, Tonga and Solomon Islands are discussed, together with other regional changes in the law. As the authors point out, interest in South Pacific law has been on the increase, although still under-researched -- and here is where this book obviously makes a valuable contribution. Extensively footnoted with almost seventy-five pages of tables of cases, legislation and constitutions, it excels as a work of reference, written -- fortunately -- in an accessible and readable style, with fascinating insights into the history and varied cultures of the South Pacific region. From students to seasoned practitioners, anyone interested in South Pacific law should regard this book as an essential purchase. The publication date is cited as at 2017.
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PACIFIC RESCUE!  Law Enforcement Tracks 9 Year Old Across an Ocean, Catches an Accused Kidnapper

PACIFIC RESCUE! Law Enforcement Tracks 9 Year Old Across an Ocean, Catches an Accused Kidnapper

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9 year old Billy Hanson spent the summer in Seattle visiting his father Jeffrey, a man known to have a history of alcohol abuse and possibly current methamphetamine use. Jeffrey was also an avid sailor and had traveled the world by sailboat. Billy’s mother in Pennsylvania called authorities on September 4th, when Billy wasn’t on the expected flight home, and sure enough the two—and the sailboat -- had disappeared. An international manhunt was launched. Besides alerting the normal international warrant channels, agents mapped all the known places Jeffrey had ever sailed to, they disseminated posters to international sailing and boating publications, sent verbal BOLO reports to commercial, private, and coast guard vessels – with special attention to the South Seas. On October 30th, after nearly two months at sea, Billy and his father landed in Niue, a small island country in the South Pacific about 2400 KM from New Zealand. All the hard work paid off because the word about this missing child had made it to the tiny Island nation and local police took Jeffrey into custody. Jeffrey Hanson was extradited back to Seattle, and Billy stayed with a local family until US agents could escort him back to his mother in Pennsylvania.
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Niue

Niue

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Niue (/ˈnjuːeɪ/ NEW-ay; Niuean: Niuē) is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean, 2,400 kilometres (1,500 mi) northeast of New Zealand within the triangle formed by Tonga to the west, Samoa to the north, and the Cook Islands to the east. Its land area is 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi) and its population, predominantly Polynesian, is around 1,400. They commonly refer to the island as "The Rock", a reference to the traditional name "Rock of Polynesia". Niue, whose capital city is Alofi, is a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand, and most of its diplomatic relations are conducted by New Zealand on its behalf. Niueans are New Zealand citizens, and Queen Elizabeth II is head of state in her capacity as Queen of New Zealand. 90–95% of Niuean people live in New Zealand, along with about 70% of the speakers of the Niuean language. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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