Tekimau Otiawa inspects the mangroves in Bonriki, a nursery for Mangroves

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Tekimau Otiawa inspects the mangroves in Bonriki, a nursery for Mangroves

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Students perform at the Abaunamou Pri-School Climate Change Skit Competition. Photo: KAPIII

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Students perform at the Abaunamou Pri-School Climate Change Skit Competition. Photo: KAPIII

Cultural identity theme to 34th Independence

The 34th Independence Anniversary will feature an exciting and action-packed week of events and celebrations in support of this year's ...

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Sunset in Tarawa.

Normal to low rainfall for Kiribati

The Kiribati Meteorological Service Division of the Office of The President has released its latest quarterly climate outlook for Kiribati.

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President Tong has bowed out of the Pacific Islands Forum – in what is deemed his last forum as leader of Kiribati, with an honorary award and $5 million PNG-Kina.

While climate change is an issue that concerns the life and very existence of people in the Pacific Island nations, it is somehow a big laughing joke according to Australian Minister of Immigration Peter Dutton and Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Climate Change was a top agenda for Pacific Island leaders at the recently concluded 46th

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Office of The President staff photo, 2012. Photo: OB

The Office of Te Beretitenti supports the President and Cabinet in delivering their vision for the people of Kiribati.

President Anote Tong helps plant mangroves in a KAPII initiative to protect our coastlines.

Providing safe water and resilient coastal infrastructure to the people of Kiribati in the face of climate change.