School bullying

Tokyo Olympics: Composer Keigo Oyamada resigns over bullying at school

Old magazine articles resurfaced in which Keigo Oyamada, 52, boasted of the bullying and said he had no regrets.

After the scandal broke, the performer apologised. But the outrage in Japan has now led to his resignation.

It is the latest setback for the games, which are opening on Friday under the shadow of the coronavirus outbreak.

"I have become painfully aware that accepting the offer of my musical participation in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics lacked consideration to a lot of people," said Mr Oyamada, who is widely known as Cornelius.

Blue Light initiative tackles youth issues on Nauru

Representatives from Canstruct, Community Liaison Officer (CLO) network, Departments of Health and Youth Affairs and Eigigu Solutions Corporation (ESC) joined Police to discuss how to work together to deliver Blue Light events for young people between the ages of 12 and 17 years.

The Blue Light is a police-based outreach initiative.

Police said they want to engage young people and encourage positive behaviour through positive interactions.