Nauru Airlines cadet trainees begin training in NSW

Jonah Harris, Jet Jeremiah, and Aiue Harris joined the programme in 2021, while Starsannah Engar later joined the group in 2022.

Since joining, the trainees underwent a cadet induction work experience with the airline on Nauru.

The cadets are currently taking up the 13-month training course and have just completed their induction week at AAPA.

Nauru Airlines Pilot Trainee programme began in March 2020 with Aoki Limen as the first trainee who was recruited internally.


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Nauru Police officers depart for training in Turkey

The officers will undergo three-weeks of training in Ankara.

The team bid loved ones, their families, fellow officers and friends’ goodbye before boarding their flight to Brisbane and onwards to Singapore then Ankara.

The officers will arrive back in Nauru early next month (March) and then depart in July 2022 for their UNPOL mission.

The six officers are SP Imran Scotty, Sgt Wilhem Appi, Sgt Shannon Kanimea, Sgt Drusky Dabwadauw, Sgt Priscilla Dake and Senior constable Jacaranda Akibwib.


Radio Nauru staff training on operating new radio system

Nauru Media News – NTV reports the new system which has been installed in the new Media building next to ICT is the latest technology used in Europe and many other countries for their radio stations.

The system was built by the Axel technology company which is a media giant in providing media equipment and software business in Europe.

Mr. Kai who is the Commissioning technician for the new radio system and also conducted the training said the DJ Pro classic is a more complicated system. It is basically used for files management and on-air management.

Customs Brokers training underway in Nauru

This is the second brokers training opportunity for people who want to become a Customs Broker.

Nauru Media News- NTV reports however, the training is mainly organized to have more brokers on the island to assist Nauru Customs provide a fast and efficient process and service for traders.

25 participants are participating in the training provided by Nauru Customs..

The participants are from the Government and SOEs including private businesses.

Nauru Police Commissioner keen on partnership with Fiji

This was highlighted during a courtesy call to the Deputy Commissioner of Police Isikeli Ligairi at Police Headquarters on Tuesday.

Commissioner Caleb is leading a four-member delegation and their two-day visit is consistent with a Memorandum of Understanding signed with Fiji on Police co-operation in 2015.

Commissioner Caleb said with the agreement coming to an end in 2018 they were eager to get talks underway to extend the cooperation between the two institutions.

Wallabies settle in the west

Staying in Penrith for the first part of the week, the Wallabies are removed from the usual Moore Park surrounds of other Sydney weeks, a change skipper Michael Hooper is enjoying.

“The facilities are fantastic out here, so we're able to stay and walk to our grounds and really have that focus on footy and connect with the people out here,” he said.

Though they’re out of the inner-city bubble, things are starting to get real fast for the Wallabies and Hooper, for one, can’t wait.

Customs Tariff Training for Traders and Potential Custom Brokers

Both these systems will become the new way to lodge imports with Customs under a phased in program of large business, small business and individual importers.

Customs is also offering training to interested persons who want to become Customs Brokers.  The Customs Broker is the person that puts entry documentation together using the Harmonised Tariff and Electronic entry system on behalf of a business or individual importers for a fee.          

It is important that you understand this new system as you will not be able to obtain your cargo without using this entry method.

Pacific islands boost electoral standards with Commonwealth support

The senior electoral representatives will be supported by the Commonwealth Electoral Network, the Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand Electoral Administrators (PIANZEA) Network, and the Fijian Elections Office as they seek to increase awareness of globally-recognised standards for credible and inclusive elections.

Taiwan hosts vocational training for young Pacific islanders

The 30 participants, all from countries that are Taiwan's diplomatic allies, are receiving training in the areas of automobile maintenance, carpentry and electrical engineering, said Lee Pai-po deputy secretary-general of the Taipei-based International Cooperation and Development Fund (TaiwanICDF).

The programme, which started Sept. 4 and runs until Dec. 22, is aimed at cultivating seed instructors for vocational training in the participating Pacific island countries, namely Kiribati, Nauru, Palau, Tuvalu, the Marshall Islands and Solomon Islands, Lee said at a news briefing.