French President Emmanuel Macron has unveiled the map of the 238 new gendarmerie brigades to be set up across France. The Pacific region has not been forgotten. There will be five new fixed and mobile brigades between now and...Read More
This money is intended to plug the holes in the local pension fund, the hospital and various social expenses… The civil servants’ pension fund is insolvent. November’s pension payments were threatened. Disabled...Read More
The New Caledonian government and the Red Cross, in conjunction with the French government, have sent humanitarian aid to Papua New Guinea following the eruption of the Bagana volcano in July. 200 kitchen kits, 300 hygiene kits,...Read More
On Friday 8 September, French President Emmanuel Macron met a delegation of independentists and...Read More
New Caledonian political delegations to stay for a week The week began on Monday 4 September with a meeting on nickel. It brought together the main players in New Caledonian nickel under the chairmanship of the Minister for the...Read More
To support the sale of electric cars The Caledonian Energy Agency aims to help New Caledonia achieve its energy transition. The agency has decided to offer a 20% discount on electric cars, buggies and scooters. The aid is capped...Read More
- Macron in Vanuatu and PNG
New Caledonia is not the only objective of Emmanuel Macron's visit. After Nouméa on 27 July, the French President will fly to Vanuatu with the Presidents of New Caledonia (Louis Mapou) and Polynesia (Moetai Brotherson). On 28 July, he will travel to Papua New Guinea. He will be developing the theme known as the Indo-Pacific axis. The idea is to build a bulwark against China's omnipotence in the region.