The World Health Organisation has warned 20,000 people could die from West Africa’s current Ebola outbreak.
"I’m an atheist. I only came for the free food," joked Andrew, 22. But he came every night, watching the Big Questions films and listening to Dr Grenville Kent’s talks on the evidence for Christianity.
A journalist and broadcaster criticised the profession’s wariness of religious issues after candidly declaring her faith during Avondale College of Higher Education’s Homecoming concert.
“I didn’t expect Tahiti to be, well, so urban,” an American tourist says as she surveys Papeete. Global trends are changing Tahiti, and chief among them is urbanisation.