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Scoop Doco - Tokelau Still Afloat on the High Seas

Scoop Video: Tokelau – Still Afloat on the High Seas









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Scoop Documentary: For the people inhabiting Tokelau - one of the most remote and beautiful islands of the Pacific – their want, their determination, is to be a living breathing example of climate change adaptation rather than become a case-study of catastrophe. Produced by Selwyn Manning.

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  • Scoop Video - Documentary: Tokelau – Tides of Change (Referendum 2007)
  • Further Reference:

  • Scoop Audio - KiwiFM Audio: Wallace & Selwyn Manning on Tokelau
  • Selwyn Manning - Scoop Auckland - Tokelau One Percent Short of Self-Government
  • Selwyn Manning - Photo Essay: Tokelau's Independence Day?
  • Selwyn Manning - Decisive Tokelau Vote Expected From High Turn-Out
  • Selwyn Manning - Images: Vote For Tokelau's Independence Begins
  • NZ Govt - Tokelau referendum votes for status quo
  • United Nations - Voting Under Way In Tokelau Self-Govt Ballot
  • United Nations - Voting On Self-Govt For Tokelau Moves To Atolls
  • Earlier:
  • NZ Govt - New Tokelau Administrator named
  • Radio NZ International - Tokelau: Caution urged, possible second referendum
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