A former chief of police in Niue has been appointed as New Zealand’s new high commissioner to the island.
Ross Ardern will replace Mark Blumsky.
The New Zealand foreign minister, Murray McCully, says Superintendent Ardern will work with Niue’s authorities to help support the island’s increasingly vibrant economy and to address the challenges that come with growth.
He has extensive experience in the Pacific, including roles as the New Zealand Police Liaison Officer for the South Pacific, based in Samoa and before that more than 4 years as chief of police on Niue.
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Tokelau’s Human Resources (HR) Officers met in Apia to conduct training on HR functions. The workshop focussed on equipping HR staff with the skills to write best practice job descriptions and coordinate Tokelau’s performance management process.
“Through this training Human Resources Officers will be able to ensure that every public servant in Tokelau has an up-to-date, fit for purpose job description, regular, ongoing feedback on performance and an annual performance review” said National Human Resources Manager, Kele Lui.
The workshop, held over four days (3rd-8th October, also provided Human Resources Officers with an opportunity to share information and experiences.
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