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Ilm Hotels line Ansa Vata Beach, which is well recommended for swimming and sunbathing. Lagoon activities Ile aux Canards (Duck Island) ­ A small island playground offshore from Anse Vata in Nouméa, Ile aux Canards is a popular base for beach and water activities and an excellent site for snorkelling. There is also an underwater walkway where snorkellers can follow interpretive signs through the marine life. Ile aux Canards is reached by water taxi from Nouméa or by boat, yacht or windsurfer. Ilot Amédée (Amédée Island) ­ One of New Caledonia's mustdo day trips, Amédée is a tiny islet on the barrier reef, dominated by its 1865 lighthouse, which was constructed in Paris and sent to New Caledonia by Napoleon. It takes about 45 minutes by fast cruiser to reach the island and enjoy its white beaches, excellent snorkelling, swaying palms and castaway atmosphere. www.uku.fi/kkk/mba Executive MBA Executive MBA (100 op) tarjoaa eväitä haastaviin tilanteisiin sekä yrityksen kokonaisuuden ja toimintaympäristön parempaan ymmärtämiseen. Tavoitteena on henkilökohtaisen osaamisen ja ammattitaidon kehittäminen sekä yrityksen hyödyttäminen. Koulutusohjelma muodostuu viidestä modulista: · Johtaminen ja liiketoiminta · Yritysjuridiikka · Markkinointi ja kansainvälistyminen · Taloushallinto ja rahoitus · eMBA-lopputyö Joulukuussa 2007 alkaa Yritysjuridiikan moduli: · Kuluttajaja kilpailujuridiikka 4 op · Työsuhdejuridiikka 4 op · Yhtiöoikeus 2 op · Sopimusoikeus 4 op Yksittäisille jaksoille osallistuminen on myös mahdollista. Lisätietoja: Soile Virtanen, p. (017) 16 3976, soile.virtanen@uku. The Pacific's Richest Biodiversity NEW CALEDONIA boasts one of the richest biodiversities in the world. The area was separated from the ancient super-continent Gondwana more than 80 million years ago, and its animals and plants have evolved in almost total isolation, creating a garden of endemic species and a living link to the time of the dinosaurs. New Caledonia is now home to 3,000 indigenous plant species, 4,500 species of land animals and 68 types of bird. The national emblem of New Caledonia, the cagou, symbolises this unique ecology. A rare and flightless bird, the cagou has no other relatives and is found only in damp rainforest areas. It's a protected and endangered species. Other rare birds include the notou, the world's largest pigeon, and the peregrine falcon which can reach speeds of 350 kilometres per hour when diving for prey. Important plant species include New Caledonia's iconic pine tree araucaria columnar, the prehistoric giants that inspired James Cook when he named the Isle of Pines. New Caledonia is also home to thousand-year-old kauri trees, rare giant houp trees that are up to 30 metres tall, sandalwood trees with their fragrant timber and the world's largest tree fern, cyathea.

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