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Nukunonu, Tokelau, 23 February 2015
Faipule Siopili Perez was inaugurated as the new Ulu o Tokelau today. The new titular Head of State is government head representative of Nukunonu. The outgoing Ulu, Faipule Kuresa Nasau of Atafu formally handed over the tokotoko, the staff of authority, to him.
22 February 2014
Families and friend earlier this week joined the admission ceremony of Seiuli Alofa Aleta at the Supreme Courts at Mulinuu, Samoa.
The proud new lawyer is humble with the opportunity being granted. It’s enable him to finally train and proceed to the next step after his studies.
20 February 2014
The workshop is part of Pacific Judicial Development Program to strengthen governance and rule of law in the region through enhanced access to justice and professional judicial officers who act independently according to legal principles; its purpose is to support ......
10 February 2015
Tokelau representative, Human Resource Manager, Kele Lui highlighted in his opening statement the importance of the workshop towards improving the justice delivery service as well as improving the quality of life for the people of Tokelau.
7 February 2015
For this year we have 14 new scholarship recipients under the Tokelau Scholarship Scheme. Most are undergraduate students who will be studying in USP Laucala Fiji for their first degree in various fields.
02 February 2015
The Change Management Plan (CMP) 2014–25 details how to address the service delivery functions of the Tokelau Public Service (TPS). The CMP considers the roles of the TPS and Tokelau’s leadership in delivering essential services, with the goal of improving the quality of life for the people in Tokelau.
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02 February 2015
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 0.7 percent in the December 2014 quarter, and increased 2.6 percent for the year to the December 2014 quarter.
“It’s good to see that the quarterly CPI didn’t rise too much, so local Christmas purchases weren’t too badly affected,” National Statistician Kele Lui said.
22 December 2014
Mrs Lise Hope Suveinakama represented the nation as not only the national Legal Advisor to the Tokelau Government but also the National Coordinator for
Women. The proud Tokelauan highlighted the importance of supporting these event around the region as it not only promote but develop young women but also it’s a level where the issues are heard.
22 December 2014
The Minister said: “Tokelau needs to focus effort initially on improving early childhood education and lifting literacy and numeracy achievement in the early years of schooling by increasing the effectiveness of teachers and professional leadership of schools.”
Lima, Peru 12 December 2014
Tokelau is making global headlines for a short film showcasing results of a climate change adaptation project in this Pacific atoll country.
The seventh film in the Vital Health series tells the story of the PACC+ project and the improvements it has made to water supply and quality for the people of Tokelau.
Suva, 9 December 2014
For the first time, Tokelau is an active participant in meetings of the Pacific Islands Forum. This follows its admittance as Associate Member of PIF in Palau last July. Joe Souveinakama, General Manager in Apia is seen here to share lunch with Dame Meg Taylor, the Secretary-General of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat...
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2014–2016 Council Government of Tokelau (Cabinet)
Hon Siopili Perez
Ulu o Tokelau (Titular Head)
Minister for Office of the Council for the Ongoing Government (including Foreign Affairs)
Minister for Finance
Minister for Health
Hon Kuresa Nasau
Minister for Economic Development, Natural Resources & Environment (including Agriculture)
Hon Foua Toloa
Minister for Energy
Minister for Transport
Hon Saili Patea
Minister for Education
Hon Setefano Sakaria
Minister for Support Services
Hon Mose Pelasio
Minister for Telecommunications
The vessel, which is the only means of getting to and from the atolls, will be the first purpose built SOLAS passenger ship serving Tokelau, carrying up to 60 passengers in addition to 50 tonnes of cargo and supplies. With a design speed of 11.5 knots, the 270 nm voyage between Tokelau and Apia, Samoa will take just under 24 hours. A crane for loading/unloading cargo is also provided.