Rehabilitating our homeland ...
BANABAN VISION is the dawn of a new era in Banaban history to rehabilitate the homeland and move towards a brighter future.
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Where Banabans have there say!
An NGO of volunteers from the Banaban community based in Suva, Fiji.
Has now been operating for 16 years
Ideal if you want to send out messages to the entire group
Website hosted in Japan
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The main item in our radio programme today will be about RCL's rehabilitation roadmap and their recent trip to Kiribati. Cr. Manate Tabakea will be provide the necessary information on this topic. The programme will also feature music from Titau Chet, a renowned musician, who passed away last Tuesday. I am also delighted to inform you of an emerging artist, Biara Touakin, who has kindly provided 2 tracks from his album to be played on Banan Rabi tonight.
Our usual hosts,…Continue
Posted by Stacey King on July 2, 2012 at 10:40
PACIFIC BEAT ABC RADIO AUSTRALIA Updated 14 June 2012, 11:10 AEST
The Rabi Council of Leaders has denied there are plans to re-open phosphate mining on Banaba Island in Kiribati.
Posted by Stacey King on June 14, 2012 at 17:30
Dear Fellow Banabans,
Greetings to you all, yes I guess things are moving at a very fast pace that I need to update all of you in regard our meeting with the Kiribati Government.
From the onset, RCL in 2009 clearly defined its April Meeting a resolution to rehabilitate Ocean Island. The resolution passed seeks the majority mandate of the Banaban people from all of the four villages in Rabi for their referendum to approve the rehabilitation programme, a project proposal that was…Continue
Posted by Stacey King on October 16, 2010 at 21:00
Dated 4 July 2010
BANABANS TO RESTORE HOMELAND
Elders to return from 65 year exile
The BANABANS living in exile for the past 65 years on Rabi Island in Fiji are inviting the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Japan to work with them to rehabilitate…Continue
Posted by Stacey King on July 4, 2010 at 21:30