Sesario Sewralur from Satawal, an outer island of Yap, is a Navigator – a traditional seafarer who travels the oceans without using any modern navigation equipment like GPS or radar, instead using only natural guides such as ocean currents, wind direction and the orientation of stars.
Katerina Teaiwa, Vicente M. Diaz and Julian Aguon shed light on the recent decision of Micronesian members to withdraw from the Pacific Islands Forum.
Nelson Anjain was a nuclear survivor and champion for nuclear justice in the Pacific.
Gunantuna (Tolai) artist and scholar Lisa Hilli uses a creative research practice to tell the story of the brilliant, brave and selfless F.M.I. Sisters of Vunapope.
Visual reflections from time spent in Palau with ANU and UHM staff and students
As Eurovision mania hits again in a flash of pyrotechnics, dramatic key changes and bedazzled costumes, Australia’s entry by Kate…
Militarism, race and environmental extractivism collide in ‘Aquaman’ (2018), legitimising a conception of the Pacific ocean as a site of violence and terror
Tuvaluan rugby might be a little different to how the sport is played elsewhere, but is motivated by layers of belonging and love for the game
Tuvalu has leveraged its unique domain name in a move that dispels myths about the limitations of small island nations.
Tālofa lava, ni sa bula vinaka, noa‘ia ‘e mauri, ran annim, mālō e lelei, dina namona, kia orana, håfa adai, halo ola keta, fakaalofa lahi atu, aloha kākou, bona keake, namaste, alii, bonjour, halo olgeta, ‘ia ora na, kam na mauri, tēnā kotou, hello and welcome to The New Outrigger!