|Posted by Amota Eromanga on May 2, 2018 at 1:55 PM||comments (2)|
(MATARI AO TE TIA TARARUAI ANA MAN BAKOA)
E a manga rangi ni babaa ngkai te akawa i taari teuae Matari - are ai bon temanna bwa te toa ngkai. A bon aki kona n tare n te ika bwa n te bong koraki ao ai te nanako naba n akawa. Ana tabo ae rangi n tatangiria riki n akawa iai bon aon te maran n tain te ora ke nanon te nama ngkana e iabuti. Ngkana e iabuti ao e uanako naba ni bebeibeti n akawa.
Ma iai kaokoron akawan Matari ma are e tataneiai te aba iai. E aki kabongana te ao ke te mat...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amota Eromanga on March 7, 2018 at 5:30 AM||comments (2)|
(KAOKAN MAEUN MATARI)
Ngke e a reke angin te marurung iroun te unaine aio ao e rinnako ngkanne inanon ana umwana ae bon tau buburana. I mwiin rokirokian raoi umwana arei ao e a kena aontano ao man kaiia atan Matari inanona. E karaua raoi ni kabwaritaake i etana, e kamakii matana ao imwiin te tai ae aki maan ao kai are e a mwanewenewe naba matanriana. Eng, e nako kain ana tabunea! E kabanea teniua te bong n ana tabo ao n arona anne - n aki mamatam, mooi ke matu.
Akea bwa ngke e kor...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amota Eromanga on January 19, 2018 at 4:15 PM||comments (0)|
N te aba teuana ao e mamaeka iai temanna te unaine ma tibuna te mmwane ae arana Matari. Bon ti ngaiia ni maeka n aia tabo aio are e bon raroa ma te kaawa. E bon tau buburan aia auti are e tei i etan taari ma bikena ae mainaina. I maiakiia ao iai te kaawa are e kaainaki irouia aomata aika bati.
Mamaten nanon te teinimwane ae Matari bon te kabuubuta waana te rooro i taari n tain te ora. N te bong koraki ao e na bon bae n takakaro te teei aio ma waana i taari ngkai bon...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amota Eromanga on May 20, 2015 at 3:35 AM||comments (0)|
We are pleased to let you know that SPFK (Stories & Photos From Kiribati) website has been optimised for smartphones and tablets. The feature is enabled mainly to enhance the experience of our mobile users as they visit and go about our contents with small screens. Since web traffic from mobile devices has become more popular, we therefore want our users to read our stories easily and fast with less distractions.
We have tried SPFK on our mobile and it works fine. However as the u...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amota Eromanga on December 25, 2013 at 9:15 PM||comments (2)|
The services listed below are for local customers living on South Tarawa and Betio. So if you are within the area and need any of the services, please contact us through this website (preferably in the comments) or call us on 69106. There we will provide more information including reasonable prices of the services.
Services and Descriptions
1) Scan – we scan documents and photos. Need those to be printed? We can do that!
2) Photocopy R...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amota Eromanga on November 2, 2012 at 6:25 PM||comments (0)|
We mentioned that on our homepage! So here’s more about it:
What we really mean by Let’s exchange links is that we will put your website link anywhere on the sidebar of our homepage where then you are required to put ours on your homepage sidebar as well. The links can either be texts or average sized images that take little space of the sidebars.
We wish to share links with any types of websites although we prefer blogging web...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amota Eromanga on July 24, 2012 at 6:55 AM||comments (0)|
Some may while others may not agree that 'many of our traditional stories have been disappearing from our midst'. What would you say then in regards to that generalization? Feel free to share your opinions below in the comments.
SFK is in support of those who agree that our traditional stories have been disappearing from our midst – ears and minds of our people!
Below is the list of reasons or indeed new practices or new ways of life of the...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amota Eromanga on June 15, 2012 at 2:25 PM||comments (0)|
On Saturday afternoon, 4th September, 2011, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and his team were met at the Bonriki International Airport by the Kiribati Government officials. The high level procession drove down the island until arriving at the Otintaai Hotel, Bikenibeu, where the team made their first short stop.
From the hotel, the UN delegation then proceeded to Eita village where the team received blessings from the community unimwane (old men) in a traditional way. Just before dark, th...Read Full Post »