the news on 1 of Sunday 29 May 202

The most news this morning in New Caledonia with an intervention of sea rescuers yesterday in the South, mothers celebrated, the return of discovery days in Yaté and the super football league.

Volunteers from the SNSM mobilized during this long weekend. They assisted three stranded boats and more than 20 people for several hours yesterday. An intervention that took place on the side of the Five Islands.

Mother’s Day is next Sunday, May 29. In addition to the often very creative gifts that were made at school, dads and children were in the shops yesterday. An essential day for some New Caledonian traders.

New Caledonian mothers know they can count on the support of associations. Our baby kangaroos and the Pink Mums keep a close eye on premature babies and hospitalized children all year round. Yesterday afternoon they went to the Médipôle to give gifts for this Mother’s Day to young mothers and mothers-to-be who are going to give birth this weekend.

The great return of discovery days in Yaté. They resumed yesterday after a two-year hiatus. On the program, an animation that is always full: the visit of the Yaté dam and the power station, with a meal with the tribe. An operation organized by the Tourisme Grand Sud association. The opportunity to introduce the city and its potential to day visitors.

In Caledonia, the news this weekend is still the bulime and yam festival in full swing this Sunday until 6pm in the village of Vao on the Isle of Pines. In Maré, the 29th edition of the avocado festival continues under the sun at the Nece tribe.
Also on the agenda: Return of the Free yard sale after 2 years, no longer Place des Cocotiers but at the Arène du Sud in Paita.
In the cultural center Tjibaou you have an appointment with the national women’s market from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
And we’ve been calling him since this morning. This Sunday is Mother’s Day and on Mont-Dore there is a special Mother’s Day market in Boulari until 12 noon.

Tiga-Magenta was the highlight of the 7th day of the super football competition. A real cup match with the atmosphere that goes with it and full of twists and turns. Tiga Sport, winner of Magenta 1 to 0, yesterday at the Numa Daly stadium, is seriously positioned for the title with stricter and more disciplined players at the tactical level since the arrival of Léo Lopez under their control, Tiga Sport is starting to produce paid performance .
The other results of the 7th day of the super league:
Hienghene Sport defeated Horizon Patho 3 to 1
The same result for Sc Né Dréhu who won 3-1 against Kunié
Very nice win for As Lössi on Wetr 2 to 0
At home, As Mont-Dore Js defeated Baco 3-0
And then Qanono defeated Dumbéa Fc 2 to 1
In the standings, Tiga Sport remains first and increases the gap by 26 points, Hienghène Sport second with 22 points and Sc Né Dréhu third with 21 points. Continuation of the super competition on June 11.

And then the remarkable presence yesterday at the Tiga-Magenta match, that of Antoine Kombouaré. The famed coach is back in Caledonia after the coronation of his team, FC Nantes, in the Coupe de France final on May 7. Well deserved vacation.

Three Caledonian authors gathered at a cultural sign in Noumea yesterday to debate the state of the country’s literature. Fabienne Chéné, Yannick Jan and Roland Rossero sketch a rather cloudy landscape in their sector between lack of visibility, publication problems and declining cultural subsidies.

At the Cannes Film Festival, the Palme d’Or was awarded to Ruben Ostlund for his film Triangle of sad. The Swede receives his second Palme d’or after that of 2017 for The Square. The Grand Prix is ​​awarded equally to Close, by the Belgian Lukas Dhont and Des étoiles à midi, by the French Claire Denis.
Among the other awards presented this morning, Iranian actress Zar Amir Ebrahimi won the Best Actress award for her role in Les Nuits de Mashhad. Best Actor Award: Song Kang Ho, a South Korean actor for Our Beautiful Stars. He already played in Parasite palme d’or 2019.
Pacification, Torment in the Islands, Spaniard Albert Serra’s film, shot in Tahiti with Polynesian actors, eventually returned from Cannes empty-handed despite a remarkable reception.

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