Pacific Greetings!

The wonder of the Internet allows us to communicate and celebrate the successes of Pacific peoples all over the world. Today many Pacific people
have set up homes and created Pacific communities in countries like New Zealand, Australia, USA and Europe. Pacific influence in sports, music and professional careers is no longer limited to the beautiful islands that we
still call home but has reached the shores of Asia, Africa, South America
and the Middle East. We no longer live on isolated islands or belong to one
ethnic group but are now part of a global audience. On the cusp of this
great excursion into cyber communication, Event Polynesia is playing its
part in ‘Connecting the Pacific’.
 
 
 
International pre-launch of south Auckland poet’s book
College students to become cancer informed adults
ASCC/PTK Fall 2013 Induction
Pools Drawn For Coastal Great Eight Sevens
Premier of Niue says accommodation expansion moving slowly
Palau, Tonga, and Vanuatu Lead Business Performs in the Pacific in 2012/13
   
 
Uate the hero as Fiji dismiss Ireland at World Cup...
Winger Akuila Uate scored three tries and had another disallowed as Fiji...
 
 
UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt pledges allegiance...
In response to a recently-released UFC fight poster...
   
 
Joseph Parker sets his sights on Brazilian Arias...
Brazilian George Arias is being eyed as the next opponent...
 
Steven Adams solid off bench against Denver...
New Zealand's Steven Adams finished with five points, six rebounds...
 
 
Low-key Kiwis look ready to get business done...
There was surprisingly little in the way of any celebration...
 
FIFA/OFC Development Seminar wraps...
The FIFA/OFC Development Seminar wrapped up...
   
 
SBW robbed of Clive Churchill...
Sonny Bill Williams isn't the first Kiwi to be overlooked for a Clive Churchill medal...
   
 
Chargers LB Manti Te'o will practice on Wednesday...
It's been months and months since Te'o was in the spotlight...
 
All Blacks will still pick French-based Nonu...
New Toulon signing Ali Williams believes...
 
 
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