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 Covid-19 epidemic is back on the rise in French Polynesia. Sixty-six new cases were confirmed last week, according to Tahiti Infos. According to the health watch bulletin, the cases are mainly concentrated in Tahiti (46),...Read More
Deaths from covid are becoming increasingly rare. The total number of deaths since 9 September is 280. 22 new positive cases have been confirmed. These new cases bring the total number of confirmed positive cases to 12,343 since...Read More
During a demonstration in front of the CPS (Pacific community) On Saturday 23rd, a journalist from the public channel NC Première was violently beaten by a group of demonstrators who had come to protest against compulsory...Read More
Caledonia is heading towards a Tahitian scenario. Since 6 September, 33 people have died from Covid in New Caledonia. The resuscitation department of the Dumbéa public hospital had 54 patients in intensive care on 21 September....Read More
Following the discovery of the first local coronavirus cases in New Caledonia, which is no longer...Read More
- Former Caledonian High Commissioner at the Elysée Palace
Former haussaire Patrice Faure has been appointed to the strategic position of director of the Élysée cabinet. The new arrival is a 56-year-old former non-commissioned officer who worked for the DGSE (secret service). He was prefect in the Morbihan region and above all high commissioner of the Republic in New Caledonia, where he was responsible for organizing the referendum on self-determination. He greeted the French President in French Guiana in 2017 with a resounding: "The problem with the French administration is that there are more underpants than balls!