‘Power up your data’ with Digicel and Jezza Uepa!

The promotion has been running for 3 months and has now ended on 30th of September, 2015.

The September Grand Prize winner was Mr. Papa Ratabwiy who won a brand new Yamaha scooter worth over AUD$2,000 with the two runner up prizes of iPads being presented to Ms. Eniga Bod and Mr. Brad. Gilla.  The prize giving was attended by Jezza Uepa with the winners announce live on Local radio where Jezza called the winners live during the FM 105 Radio Nauru show.

Nauru marks “YOUTH DAY”


And a big thanks to DIGICEL NAURU for their support for this event. 

As well as providing water and tents, every child who took part got a FREE DIGICEL T-shirts to go home with. 

US$2000 up for grabs in the Digicel & Style Fiji uniform design competition

The competition was launched to offer Pacific design talent the opportunity to help design the company’s new retail, corporate and casual uniforms.  

“In support of the regions growing creative and Fashion industries we are offering Pacific based Designers a chance to design our uniforms and deliver us with a design that will embody or signify all Pacific Islanders” commented Katie Taylor, Head of Marketing, Digicel Asia Pacific.

Digicel Play makes TV affordable for Nauru

The new TV provider will be offering 24 channels in total, including TVWAN - a PNG produced channel and TVWAN Sports in stunning High Definition(HD), the region’s first HD channel.

Digicel’s committed approach to telecommunications in Nauru continues today as they enter the market with a strong TV offering and a mission to remove the barriers of accessibility with affordable, compelling services and first class customer care.

Nauru adopts 2030 Agenda for sustainable development

A historic event took place today at the United Nations, where 193 Leaders adopted the new global sustainable development agenda.

President Waqa is ready to join other World Leaders and also adopt the outcome document of the new sustainable development agenda. This ambitious global sustainable development agenda is entitled, “Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” that features 17 sustainable development goals that aims to lift people out of poverty, build resilient and sustainable societies for the future.

Cook attends AOSIS ministerial meeting in New York

In the margins of said session above, Minister Cook also attended the AOSIS Ministerial meeting that was scheduled on the 24th of September to discuss key AOSIS positions towards Paris COP 21 and to reflect on work completed relating to sustainable development agendas, such as the S.A.M.O.A Pathway, the Post-2015 Development Agenda and the Financing for Development.

Rock and Water workshop ends in Nauru

The workshop was carried out by Paul Stein who came all the way from Western Australia and is a Master Instructor on Rock and Water.

Rock and Water started in Holland and now it’s been practiced in some other countries like China and Australia just to name a few. It is basic learning on how to control yourself from your emotions, such as anger, stress and pain.

It is also a lesson on how not to become a bully’s target, how to learn body languages, learn to trust, and a whole lot more you can get out of this program.

Malcolm Turnbull rules out offshore detention centre refugees in Australia

He said while he was "concerned" about conditions within the offshore processing network, the Coalition did not want to encourage asylum seekers to risk their lives at sea.

Turnbull told Radio National's Drive program the Federal Government could not afford to take a backwards step on the issue.

"There will be no resettlement of the people on Manus and Nauru in Australia. They will never come to Australia," Turnbull said.

"Now, I know that's tough, we do have a tough border protection policy, you could say it's a harsh policy, but it has worked."

Nauru supports Dutton’s ongoing immigration role

Mr Adeang said the Nauru Government has a close and cooperative working relationship with Australian immigration authorities and that Mr Dutton has always been a good friend of Nauru.

“A new minister always breaks continuity in some way, and Mr Dutton has spent considerable time getting to know Nauru, our culture, and many of our people,” he said.

“He understands the progress our Government has made, has many connections here, and is always available when we need to discuss the ongoing partnership.

AFL stars visit Nauru

The country was abuzz with excitement!

The organization Save the Children funded the visit as part of their community engagement programs and they worked with AFL Nauru, Connect and AFL Australia to make it happen.

On September 9, retired AFL star David Rodan accompanied by AFL Ben Drew arrived in Nauru.