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At 10:29am on January 1, 2009, Tamaki Bakia said…
ahahaha i'll call u uncle..have a happy new year wid ur family....
At 1:42pm on December 31, 2008, Teboboua Tabuariki said…
mauri uncle ken

merry xmas and happy new year to u,stacey,terimoa and phill
n all the best in the year 2009

bi bi

At 12:39pm on December 31, 2008, Tamaki Bakia said…
eti rau nkgoa moa ngke...sorry ia maninga.
At 11:21am on December 31, 2008, John and Ruth Rawson said…
Thanks for the welcome to your new site. Rest assured Ruth and I will continue to raise the awareness of the Banaban, people particularly on Rabi Island whom the people there Ruth and I have such fond memories of. Do you remember interpreting for me one Friday evening at the church camp ? back in 1986 ?

This is a great new site for keeping in contact, I will eventually copy our blog site to this one. Thanks again and have a happy new year love John and Ruth
At 6:32am on December 31, 2008, Terenga. Sukong said…
yeah, e rabwa ba ea reke te web page aio.. ao then tia bon update u guyz with the news frm here ngkana iai...
At 12:57am on December 31, 2008, Jeremy Cooper said…
Having read your message again, I see that the videos have got as far as Rabi, rather than to Banaba. That's great too!

At 12:49am on December 31, 2008, Jeremy Cooper said…
Thanks for the welcome Ken. And thanks too for letting me know that the Banaban dubbed copies of the programme got to Banaba. I always knew they would but didn't know when. It's really gratifying to think of them being there. I guess the Homecoming Visit must seem like a very long time ago to the people on Banaba. It certainly seems a long time ago to me! But the memories are fresh.

All the very best wishes to you and yours.

At 11:18pm on December 30, 2008, Harold Kilts said…
Hi Ken: Thanks for your kind welcome.

At 1:17pm on December 30, 2008, Bebet Bebeia said…
i believe that the young banabans are so fortunate for having this site...thank you and Stacey very much.

Merry Xmas n a Happy New Year to you n family over there''''

Thanks very much and God Bless
At 12:57pm on December 30, 2008, Bernadette Ieli said…
e raba te

Amazing to see no. of people joing this site..

well done Ken & Stacey

well done
At 8:25am on December 30, 2008, Russ Kun said…
Hi Ken,

late chirtsmas greetings to you too, and thanks for your welcoming remarks. Yes my surname is a Kosraen one, my grandfather is a full blood Kosrae name: Kun Rueben


At 10:04pm on December 29, 2008, peter crowley said…

Thanks mate. Look forward to working with you in the new year.

At 9:22pm on December 29, 2008, Roy & Moi Taremon said…
Mauri teunimane
Euara ami Christmas? Merry belated Christmas and ae bon ara ka tekeraoi nakoim ma kain am utu nakon te ririki 2009.
Website well done......take care k!

At 5:24pm on December 29, 2008, Phil B said…
Hi Ken,

The group looks amazing! I'm looking forward to reading all about what the Banaban's are up to.

Hope you and Stacey had a great Xmas. I sent an email to Stacey a week or so ago but I'm guessing she's been busy.

Catchya soon!
At 7:13am on December 29, 2008, Stacey King said…
These are Ken's photos from this weeks Woodford Festival here in Australia. Over 120,000 will attend this festival over 6 days between 27Dec to Jan 1. The whole place becomes a tent city with more than 80,000 people camping there. Some great cultural performances. Ken is going to upload some music clips today; Aboriginal, African and this new age performer called THE 1 GUY! Really wierd music and instrument but great sounds and beat! The younger kids go wild when he performes.
At 6:46am on December 29, 2008, Paul ERI said…
Mauri na Ken,

Indeed, we left Geelong for NZ two years ago. As usual, it's the job that's brought us out here to the land of the long white cloud.

Happy belated Christmas to you and your family and may GOD bless us all in our endeavours.

Ti bo moa.

At 6:43am on December 29, 2008, mrfisher said…
Hi Kenny,,,,,

ko raba Ken au lesson nte taetae ni kiribati e bon raoiroi tera ami iango,
tia kaitibo rimwi.........tia boo moa.....have a good one...
At 5:15am on December 29, 2008, Naitiniwa Teitiaki Tokinteiti said…
Mauri Ken & Stacey,
Tekeraoi ami Xmas ao ami Ririki ae boou.

ao nakoia kain Banaba ni bane tekeraoi te kareke iango ibukin kabwaian ara roronrikirake.

"HAND IN HAND" can we accomplish our objectives.
At 12:29am on December 29, 2008, Totintake Morning said…
Mauri Ken & Stancey,
Thanks a million for creating a website for Banaban Voice. Surely it has restored a communication link with others and their families in expressing their views and concerns. No doubt that this will attract the interest of many to join as members.
Have a wonderful and enyoyable year 2009.


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