Newspapers in Nauru
In Nauru there are few regularly published newspapers; most important is the
weekly Bulletin, which is published in Nauru and English. The State Nauru
Broadcasting Service (founded in 1968) broadcasts radio in Nauru and
English. Since 1991, television broadcasts, mainly broadcasts of New Zealand TV,
have occurred. There are approximately 580 radio receivers per 1,000 residents
The traditional culture in Nauru has been
squeezed under the strain that first a long-standing
foreign occupation and then a sudden material abundance
The Naurus are more influenced by the Western world
than other peoples in the region, they watch Australian
and British TV and live to a large extent on imported
fast food. However, a remnant of the past is the strong
position of the clan; political loyalties often follow
the family ties.
Latest population statistics of Nauru, including religious profiles and major languages spoken as well as population growth rates in next three decades.