Paruru ia Moorea asks for time to prepare his defense

Tahiti, July 19, 2021 – Attached to court with a member of her Facebook group, Paruru ia Moorea, for comments made about the developer of the Tiahura real estate project, the administrator of the Facebook page in question, Tchen Tahnee , asked for a delay to hire a lawyer. The hearing was postponed until August […]

Polynesia keen on PGE

Tahiti, June 6, 2021 – The state guaranteed loans (PGE) crisis mechanism has been particularly used in fenua. The outstanding amount of Polynesian EMPs represents 9.1% of French Polynesia’s GDP against 6.4% in France. The share of PGEs in outstanding business loans is the highest in the French overseas territories. No less than 910 Polynesian […]

Towards a new management of the Rimatara tarodières

Rimatara, May 30, 2021 – The new management of land that has remained state-owned on the island required a mission from the Land Affairs Department (DAF) regarding the exploitation of the tarodières. From May 26 to 28, 2021, a mission from the Land Affairs Department (DAF) traveled to the island of Rimatara, in order to […]

the consequences of the future referendum examined

Paris, France | AFP | Thursday 05/27/2021 – The consequences of the future self-determination referendum in New Caledonia on international and internal law, currency, trade agreements, nickel, and public finances were examined Thursday morning at the French Overseas Ministry by political delegations from “Caillou”. At the end of one of these working sessions with technicians […]

Representative James Heaux attacks appointment of Director of Education

Tahiti, April 7, 2021 – Tahoera’a representative James Heaux has filed an appeal with the Papeete Administrative Court to challenge the appointment of the new Director General of Education and Teaching (DGEE), Eric Tournier. The elected official believes that this appointment does not respect the country’s law on the protection of local employment voted in […]

The IATA Summer season relies on the reopening of borders

Tahiti, March 24, 2021 – International airlines serving French Polynesia have submitted their flight schedules for the IATA Summer 2021 season, from March 28 to October 30. Requests for approval of theoretical flight programs for the moment, to allow them to operate services in the event of reopening of the borders of the countries concerned. […]

Sewing and health for the Rangiroa vahine

Rangiroa, March 21, 2021 – On Saturday, Vahine no Rairoa and the Women’s Committee of French Polynesia, organized a recreational day in Tiputa. An event combining leisure and health since sewing workshops were offered alongside the association of diabetics and obesity in French Polynesia, which raised awareness of the issues of diabetes and hypertension. It […]

Dave Donaghy: Storm’s war with Broncos and ex-CEO lands in court

Fears that Brisbane is set to pinch NRL supercoach Craig Bellamy are central to Melbourne Storm’s legal stoush with former CEO Dave Donaghy, court documents have revealed. The battle on Monday landed in the Victorian Supreme Court where the Storm have applied for an injunction preventing Mr Donaghy from taking up his role with their […]

Osaka, first semifinalist after canceling Hsieh | What’s up people

Melbourne (Australia), Feb 16 (EFE) .- The Japanese Naomi Osaka (3) became the first semifinalist of the Australian Open after canceling the intelligent game by the Taiwanese Su-Wei Hsieh, taking a comfortable match 6-2 and 6-2 that slightly exceeded the hour in duration. “It makes me feel very calm the fact of going through delicate […]