Reports & Documents
National Strategic Plan
The TNSP presents the development vision for Tokelau and identifies
its medium-term national development goals for the financial
periods 2010/11 – 2014/15.
National Goals & Strategies
Vision, Goals, Principles & Indicators
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Download Tokelau's National Anthem
' song launched 26 Aug 2014
Lyrics in pdf format
(1 page, 250 KB)
Song in mp3 format
(large file: 12 MB)
Video in mp4 format
(huge file, 180 MB)
SIDS engagement booklet
6 October 2015
Reducing carbon emissions even further
Tokelau is working hard towards establishing its own Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC). It wants to send this message to the industrial nations: “Although you are clearly the cause of climate change effects that we, small atoll nations are already suffering, any contribution to reducing emissions is a step in the right direction.”
2 October 2015
Missing Tokelauans located by NZ Orion
Three men have been found safe and well after spending more than 30 hours lost in a dinghy in Tokelau. New Zealand's Rescue Coordination Centre was alerted on Tuesday afternoon that the men were missing after a squall separated a fleet of small fishing boats. An Orion flew to Tokelau yesterday and found them after a four-hour search.
30 September 2015
September quarter CPI rises 1.0 percent: cigarettes still the biggest driver
Prices for alcoholic beverages and cigarettes rose 3.5 percent, influenced by a higher price for cigarettes. “This is the first time since CPI records began, in June 2012, that the cigarette prices on each atoll are the same: now NZ$6.60 for a packet of 20 sticks” National Statistician Kele Lui said.
18 September 2015
ACTIONED: Small garden project to rid NCDs and grow self-reliance on Tokelau
Tokelau will launch a new ‘food’ project next month to reduce non-communicable diseases (NCD) by replacing various imported goods with locally grown produce.
14 September 2015
Tokelau Graduates its Forum Membership, Supports French Polynesia's Application
Tokelau took to the podium earlier today to deliver its formal address to Pacific Forum Leaders at their 46th meeting in Papua New Guinea.
06 September 2015
Tokelau elected to lead Polynesia Leaders Group
Tokelau has been elected the new Chair for Polynesia at the fifth annual general meeting of the Polynesian Leaders Group (PLG) held in Auckland, New Zealand yesterday.
06 September 2015
Tokelau’s voice doesn’t count in climate change talk – Su’a Sio calls NZ to champion them
As a crucial international meeting to draft a climate-rescue treaty to be adopted at December’s UN climate summit in Paris winds down this week – Tokelau stands mute and helpless on the sideline.
05 September 2015
Martel is new PIDF SG
French Polynesian Martel, who works for the Tokelau Government as its Climate Change and COP2 Adviser, has more than three decades of experience in the area of climate change bio-diversity.
27 August 2015
Tokelau leader lauds the importance of Polynesian youth in a region threatened by climate change
The first climate change conference for young people from Tokelau, Samoa, Niue and Cook Islands was officially closed by Tokelau’s leader, Ulu-o-Tokelau Siopili Perez earlier today.
25 August 2015
Tokelau Pride: Te Vaka’s song for Disney’s Princess Moana
There was much excitement at Disney’s biennial D23 showpiece last week when fans got their first view of Disney’s first major Pacific animated project - Moana.
20 August 2015
My Climate Action Story -
Detlef Isaia: Climate Warrior from Tokelau
Samoa is set to host the south-south youth sub-regional initiative on climate change conference from next Monday, 24
August. It will be the first time young people from Samoa and Niue, Tokelau, Cook Island come together for action-orientated dialogue and share their climate change action.
19 August 2015
Tokelau is set to play a central role in sub-regional youth climate change conference in Apia Samoa at the end of the month.
Its leader, Ulu-o-Tokelau, Aliki Faipule Siopili Perez is expected to deliver the keynote address; while a video documenting an innovative ....
19 August 2015
Tokelau champions ‘polio endgame’ to keep Western Pacific polio-free
The threat of children paralyzed by the poliomyelitis virus globally is virtually non-existent. In fact, the Western Pacific region, which includes Polynesia, has been polio-free for the past 15 years.
19 August 2015
Tokelau Public Service asks ‘are we doing enough for our youth?’
The Office of the Council for the Ongoing Government of Tokelau hosted a stimulating debate to mark the celebration of International Youth Day on the 12
of August 2015.
Office of the Administrator
Office of the Council
Transport & Support Services
Economic Development Natural Resources and Environment
2014–2016 Council Government of Tokelau (Cabinet)
Hon Siopili Perez
Ulu o Tokelau (Titular Head)
Minister for Office of the Council for the Ongoing Government (including Foreign Affairs)
Minister for Finance
Minister for Health
Hon Kuresa Nasau
Minister for Economic Development, Natural Resources & Environment (including Agriculture)
Hon Saili Peau
Minister for Education
Hon Setefano Sakaria
Minister for Support Services
Hon Mose Pelasio
Minister for Telecommunications
The vessel, which is the only means of getting to and from the atolls, will be the first purpose built SOLAS passenger ship serving Tokelau, carrying up to 60 passengers in addition to 50 tonnes of cargo and supplies. With a design speed of 11.5 knots, the 270 nm voyage between Tokelau and Apia, Samoa will take just under 24 hours. A crane for loading/unloading cargo is also provided.