The curfew will now begin at 8 p.m. instead of 6 p.m.

According to the New Caledonian High Commission, the road leading to Nouméa airport is now secure. La Tontouta airport can therefore reopen.
The curfew in force since Tuesday May 14 has been maintained. It will begin at 8pm and end at 6am. The sale of alcohol is still prohibited (with the exception of wine shops). The sale and transport of weapons remains prohibited.
School will also resume on Monday in schools that have not been destroyed.

248 police casualties

The High Commission confirms that “no new deaths have been reported”. 248 police officers and gendarmes have been injured since the beginning of the crisis. The number of people arrested has risen to 1,187. Some sixty rioters are in prison.
All this is proof that the situation is improving. That said, several neighborhoods remain very hot, such as Koutio in Dumbéa and Saint-Louis in Mont-Dore.