Author: Emma Clarke

Good cops’ challenge: Keeping the peace in Port Vila

By Emma Clarke Hidden behind the cruise liner docks, the paper flower leis and abundance of bars, Vanuatu’s Port Vila has a shadow under its sun. Outside on the streets, masses of mostly-Australian tourists mingle with locals in a potentially

Impacts of ‘Big Nickel’

By Emma Clarke New Caledonia, home to a wealth of foreign and local business economies, is increasingly dependent on the forces of the international mining industry. The island territory, however, takes up the posture more as a king than as