Settled by native peoples from Micronesia and Polynesia, Nauru was annexed and claimed as a colony by the German Empire in the late 19th century. After World War I, Nauru became a League of Nations mandate administered by Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. During World War II, Nauru was occupied by Japanese troops, who were bypassed by the Allied advance across the Pacific. After the war ended, the country entered into UN trusteeship. Nauru gained its independence in 1968.
An interim Nauru Australian Football League (NAFL) has established after two workshops has been held under the Ministry of Sports led by Honorable Minister for Sports, Justice, & Health Mr Matthew Batsiua MP.
The Interim new Board Executives for NAFL elects Mr Roy Harris, Former Lions full back Player as the new President, football administration elects youth advocator a female to be part of the NAFL, Ann Hubert as Secretary others former interim president of NAFA Mr David Dowiyogo, and other passionate members Fidelis Amwano, Samuel Grundler and Andy Cain are all elected by community groups.
... of the Medevac refugees who were being detained inside Preston’s MantraHotel. After having been locked up on Manus and Nauru for six years, the 60-odd men had been cooped up inside the hotel for months on end.
One of the many micro-nations in the Pacific is Nauru, once known as Pleasant Island...Geography of Nauru. Nauru is north-east of Papua New Guinea in the South-East Pacific and is located just south of the equator ... It is almost encircled by a coral reef and this means, that there is no natural harbor on Nauru ... History of Nauru ... Landmarks of Nauru ... Nauru.
During his in parliament, our PM Scott Morrison repeatedly referenced his Christian faith, even going as far as to invoke Jeremiah chapter 9.24 ... Faith-stacking ... These days, Morrison has around 180 former offshore asylum-seeking detainees locked up long-term in hotels in Melbourne and Brisbane, while there are still others held on Nauru and Manus ... ....