He has acknowledged the important role that BCN plays in informing the public on important events especially as we are in the cyclone season and hopes this will be addressed as soon as possible.
Traffic control and road signs will be in place in this area. Road users are asked to please use alternative routes or avoid the area.
Speaking to BCN News, Minister Tatui has confirmed they were able to secure professional technical service from New Zealand at the end of last week and repair the damaged generators.
Traffic control and road signs will be in place as the Road will be STRICTLY closed. Road users are asked to please use alternative routes or avoid the area.
The UN Mission held meetings with various government agencies last week and have been assisting Niue to assess and support us in achieving our sustainable development goals (SDGs) and the 2030 agenda.
Phongkham says trade services is a particular area that is vital for the economic development of the pacific region.
After visiting the 6 Polynesian countries, the team will compile all the information and present a Activity Design Document to the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade with the regions needs to improve cancer services.
The advice from the Department of Utility is to expect power rationing on the island to continue for the next few days and possibly in the next two weeks as they try to resolve the situation.
Australia’s High Commissioner to Niue-Katy Stuart says it’s a day to reflect and also to celebrate and to think about what it means to be Australian.
Schultz says they will be working with the Health Ministry to provide more promotional and educational materials to ensure more awareness and future sustainability of the Elimination of Viral Hepatitis on the island.