Tweets by @Tokelaugovt
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK
See More of Tokelau
National Anthem of Tokelau
"... Green growth for Tokelau is a commitment reflected in the communities collective target as being the first country in the world to become 100% renewable energy. This is not only reflected in how we manage our primary natural resource with conservation measures to ensure sustainability but can also be seen in the implementation of its Renewable Energy Project which now has all our electricity needs met through the use of solar energy. "
Ulu o Tokelau, Aliki Faipule Kuresa Nasau met with Australia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon Julie Bishop in Canberra today. He conveyed Tokelau's appreciation for the continuing support by the Government of Australia through bilateral and regional programmes.
Director General, David Sheppard of the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) has expressed his appreciation of visiting Tokelau for the very first time.
Tokelau’s renewable energy project won the 2014 Renewable
Energy Award of New Zealand’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (ECCA) last night at a ceremony in Auckland.
A one-week workshop was held in the Tokelau Apia Liaison Office (TALO) , for the Package of Essential Non-Communicable Disease (PEN) intervention for primary health care in low resource settings.
Tokelau receives its first GOLD medal, at its first-ever Oceania sporting event.
Tokelau sent its sole wrestler Ilai Manu to compete at the 2014 Cadet, Junior and Senior Oceania Wrestling championships held in Pago Pago, American Samoa, on 18-22 March.
Minister of Energy, Aliki Faipule Foua Toloa who received the EECA award on behalf of the Government highlighted the significant of the award as it is a great opportunity to share the dream and aspiration of the nation.
Tokelau will add four more sons and daughters to the long list of successful students with more potential leaders for the nation graduating.
General Fono endorsed paper for new satellite for Fakaofo and Nukunonu University of the South Pacific center.
By Litia Maiava
The Tokelau team that set out to conquer the world at the Oceania and Pacific Table Tennis Championship Cup in Bendigo, Melbourne, Australia will bring home what was felt and learned to Tokelau.
By Litia Maiava
Tokelau sports will remember the Table Tennis Oceania and Pacific Cup Championship in Melbourne for years to come as it not only for Tokelau’s first table tennis team to ever participate in the tournament but it’s was also when Tokelau .....
The Community Disaster and Climate Risk Management Programme took place in all three villages of Tokelau...
The Tokelau Health Department will see a boost in its staff with three new graduates from the National University of Samoa (NUS). The graduation ceremony was held in Lepapagalala, Samoa, in April.
By Litia Maiava
The village school on Nukunonu, Matiti celebrated English day in style with students dressing up in various different costume and many different activities.
The Tokelau community on Atafu is helping to reduce the crazy ant problem that’s been increasing on the island.
The Economic Development and Natural Resource and Environment (EDNRE) department have been working together with the Atafu community in reducing the problem.
Office of the Administrator
Office of the Council
Transport & Support Services
Economic Development Natural Resources and Environment
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.
Ongoing Government of Tokelau Online
Welcome to the Government of Tokelau official website. This site contains wide-ranging information about our Government as well as the latest-breaking Government bulletin. There are also links with Government departments within all three villages.
This site is maintained by the Government communications unit attached to the Office of the Council for the Ongoing Government of Tokelau. You can contact email@example.com
Tokelau! Polynesia’s North…
Tokelau is a territory of
in the South
that consists of three tropical coral
(Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo) with a combined land area of 10 km2 and a population of approximately 1,400.
The name Tokelau is a
word meaning the "North Wind".
Tokelau’s aspirations and development is certainly about a journey towards a particular direction. This is demonstrated through Tokelau’s flag which illustrates a Tokelauan canoe’s journey towards a certain direction.
National Strategic Plan
The TNSP presents the development vision for Tokelau and identifies
its medium-term national development goals for the financial
periods 2010/11 – 2014/15.
National Goals & Strategies
Vision, Goals, Principles & Indicators
Find out more about Tokelau's National Strategic Plan
Download Electronic Copy of the Tokelau National Strategic Plan
Find out the latest on whats been happening in Tokelau
Video events thats been.....
Job positions now being advertised