Archive for May, 2013

Sharks worth more for tourism than in soup: study – NBCNews.com

The Guardian Sharks worth more for tourism than in soup: studyNBCNews.comIn recent years Palau, the Maldives, Honduras, Tokelau, The Bahamas, the Marshall Islands, the Cook Islands, French Polynesia and New Caledonia have created sanctuaries by banning commercial shark fishing. "Many countries have a significant financial …Shark tourism expected to double as fishing value declinesThe GuardianAre […]

Movie review | Kon-Tiki: Like raft, film left to drift listlessly – Columbus Dispatch

Movie review | Kon-Tiki: Like raft, film left to drift listlesslyColumbus DispatchThor was living in French Polynesia in the 1930s when his wife had an epiphany: Liv (Agnes Kittelsen) suggested that the islands must have been populated by immigrants from South America rather than Asia, as was commonly believed. Obsessed with the …'Kon-Tiki' a rousing, […]

Sortie d’un nouveau guide gratuit « HANDICAPS » et réouverture du … – TAHITI INFOS

Sortie d'un nouveau guide gratuit « HANDICAPS » et réouverture du …TAHITI INFOSAprès plusieurs mois d'indisponibilité pour raison technique, le site du Handicap en Polynésie française www.handicap-polynesie.com est de nouveau sur la toile. Cette remise en service intervient à point nommé car la fédération Te Niu o te Huma … More: continued here

Shark tourism expected to double as fishing value declines – The Guardian

The Guardian Shark tourism expected to double as fishing value declinesThe GuardianIn recent years Palau, the Maldives, Honduras, Tokelau, The Bahamas, the Marshall Islands, the Cook Islands, French Polynesia and New Caledonia have created sanctuaries by banning commercial shark fishing. Jill Hepp, director of global shark …Sharks worth more for tourism than in soup: studyNBCNews.com […]

Young Yamba cyclist with surprise second in Tour of Polynesia – Clarence Valley Daily Examiner

Young Yamba cyclist with surprise second in Tour of PolynesiaClarence Valley Daily ExaminerA SURPRISE second placing to Yamba's Aaron Watts in last week's Tour Of Polynesia cycling event has put the young rider further down the path towards a professional cycling career. Riding in his first overseas event, Watts, 22, powered around the … More: […]