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Please submit sites located only in American Samoa. Sites should include a title and brief description of the contents and be submitted to their single best category.
American Samoa is an unincorporated territory of the United States consisting primarily of five volcanic islands and two coral atolls. The largest island is Tutuila with the capital city of Pago Pago. The country has a tropical climate with a population of about 60,000 mostly ethnic Samoans.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, state, locality and category. Only site that have multiple branches, offices or outlets in two or more countries within Oceania are to be submitted at this level. Sites with locations in one country only within Oceania should be submitted to that country.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have arts and entertainment sites.
Please only submit sites at this level if they have locations in more than two states in Australia.

Acceptable sites will get listed more quickly if they are submitted to their correct State, Locality and most relevant Category.

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This DMOZ category relates to sites located in Australia. Australia is an island continent situated in the southern hemisphere, south of Asia. Australia has a population of over 20 million people, and is split up into six states and two main territories:

Please submit sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only businesses or industries with multiple offices, branches or plants in two or more countries within Oceania will be listed at this level.
This category contains links to business and economy sites including advertising, agriculture, automotive, banking and finance, business to business, computers, construction, forestry, industries, insurance, Internet, manufacturing, mining, restaurants, bars and clubs, travel services, real estate agents, domestic services and shopping.
Please submit only sites related to Christmas Island, Australia.

Sites related to Christmas Island, Kiribati should be submitted to that category.

This category holds sites related to Christmas Island, a dependent area of Australia in the Indian Ocean. This should not be confused with another Christmas Island which is part of Kiribati's Line Islands Group in the Pacific Ocean. Christmas Island was discovered and named on Christmas Day in 1643. The United Kingdom annexed and began settlement in 1888, and subsequently transferred sovereignty over the island to Australia in 1958. Historically, much of Christmas Island's economy was driven by phosphate mines, but tourism is increasing rapidly. Christmas Island is just 135 square kilometers, located 300 kilometres south of Indonesia and over 1500 kilometres northwest of Australia in the Indian Ocean. The population in 2001 was 2,771. The largest ethnic groups are Chinese, Malay, and European, respectively.
Please only submit sites about Clipperton Island.
A small (6km2) uninhabited atoll located in the North Pacific Ocean, 1,120 km southwest of Mexico. Annexed by France in 1855, it was seized by Mexico in 1897. Arbitration eventually awarded the island to France, which took possession in 1935. This category contains links to sites about Clipperton Island.
Please only submit sites located on or related to the Cocos Islands.
The Cocos (Keeling) Islands are located in the Indian Ocean 2,950 kms north-west of Perth, 3,700 kms west of Darwin, and 900 kms south west of Christmas Island (96° 52' East, 12° 10' South). There are 27 coral islands in the group, with a total land area of approximately 14km2. In 1955 the Islands, which had been governed through the British colonies of Ceylon, the Straits Settlements and Singapore, were accepted as a Territory of Australia.
Please only submit Internet sites located in or about the Cook Islands.

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A group of islands located about one-half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. Named after Captain Cook, who sighted them in 1770, the islands became a British protectorate in 1888. Administrative control was transferred to New Zealand until 1965 when residents chose self-government. This category contains links to Internet sites located in or about the Cook Islands.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, state, locality and category. Only site that have multiple branches, offices or outlets in two or more countries within Oceania are to be submitted at this level. Sites with locations in one country only within Oceania should be submitted to that country.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have schools, colleges and education related websites.
Please only submit English language sites located in Fiji. Please submit all sites to their correct category.
The Republic of the Fiji Islands is a group of over 800 islands (of which 106 are inhabited) in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. It became independent in 1970, after nearly a century as a British colony. This category is for sites emanating from and relating to Fiji.
Please only submit English language sites located in French Polynesia.

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The Territory of French Polynesia is a Polynesian archipelago, formerly known as the Society Islands, annexed by the French during the 19th century. It is located about one-half of the way from South America to Australia. Capital City; Papeete, on the island of Tahiti. This category contains links to sites located in French Polynesia.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only sites that have offices or branches in multiple locations within Oceania will be listed here.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have Government sites.
Please only submit English language sites located in Guam.
The largest (550 km2) and southernmost island in the Mariana Islands archipelago. Located about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to the Philippines. Guam was ceded to the US by Spain in 1898. This category contains links to sites located in Guam.
Guides and directories covering various countries within the Oceania region.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only sites that have offices or branches in multiple locations within Oceania will be listed here.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have health sites.
Please only submit English language sites about the Howland and Barker Islands.
Two low-lying, nearly level, sandy, coral islands surrounded by a narrow fringing reef with a depressed central area. Located in the North Pacific Ocean, about half way between Hawaii and Australia. The US took possession of the islands in 1857 and they remain an unincorporated territory, administered from Washington, DC, USA. This category contains links to sites about the Howland and Barker Islands.
Johnston Atoll is comprised of four island: Johnston, Sand, East and North. Only Johnston Island is inhabited by humans. Sand, East and North Islands are "birds only" sanctuaries and are small spots of coral sand in the lagoon. Johnston itself is only 2 miles long, 1/2 mile wide and seven feet high. Rogers and Hammerstein were't thinking of this place when they did "South Pacific". The atoll is located 800 miles southwest of Hawaii and is currently the home of the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System (JACADS). Previously, Johnston Atoll was the primary testing site during the 1960s atmospheric nuclear testing. During World War II, it was an important aircraft refueling stop for planes on the way to the South Pacific.
Please only submit English language sites located in or about Kiribati.

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A group of 33 coral atolls comprising the Gilbert, Phoenix, and Line groups of islands located about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia. The Republic of Kiribati was created in 1979 after being granted self-rule by the UK in 1971. This category contains links to sites located in or about Kiribati.
Please only submit sites that are about or located on Lord Howe Island.
Lord Howe island is situated off the east coast of New South Wales and is part of that Australian State. This category contains Internet sites that are about or located on Lord Howe.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only sites that have offices or branches in multiple locations within Oceania will be listed here.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have maps and views sites.
Please only submit sites located in the Marshall Islands. Please submit all sites to their correct category.
This category contains links to sites located in the Marshall Islands. Otherwise known as the “Pearl of the Pacific” with white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, pristine sailing, diving, snorkeling, fishing, and lush tropical greenery. The group includes 1200 islands and has an average sea and air temperature of 86F/30C.
Please only submit English language sites located in the Federated States of Micronesia.

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The Federated States of Micronesia gained independence under a Compact of Free Association with the US in 1986. Formerly known as the Caroline Islands, they are located in the North Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to Indonesia. This category contains links to sites located in the FSM.
Geologically, Midway Atoll is the second to last member of the Northwestern Hawaiian islands. Legally, it is not a part of the State of Hawai`i and is specifically excluded by the Hawaiian State Constitution. In 1996, control of the atoll was transferred from the United States Navy to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and is being developed by a joint federal/industry project to promote eco-tourism.
Please only submit English language sites located in or about Nauru.

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A 21km2 island originally known as Pleasant Island, located south of the Marshall Islands. Nauru achieved independence in 1968 and is the world's smallest republic. This category contains links to sites located in or about Nauru.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only sites that have offices or branches in multiple locations within Oceania will be listed here.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have news and media sites.
Please only submit sites located in New Caledonia. All sites should include a title and brief description of the contents and be submitted to their correct category.
New Caledonia is a group of islands located in the South Pacific Ocean. In here you will find Internet sites located in New Caledonia, sorted into their appropriate categories.

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  • Find The Appropriate Subcategory
    DO NOT submit sites in the top level category of Regional:Oceania: New Zealand and expect it to be moved to the correct category.

  • English Sites Only
    Sites authored in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate language category in World.

    *Bilingual webpages that are also authored in English can be submitted and are listed in the Regional areas.

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    • The description should be a brief summary of your organization''s products and services.
      • The description should be in english and in coherent sentence form.
      • Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch.
      • Do not submit your company history.
      • Do not submit a list of keywords.
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New Zealand is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean with a population of near 3.4 million (c.1994). Its area is 103,736 sq mi (268,676 sq km). The capital city is Wellington.
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Niue's remoteness, as well as cultural and linguistic differences between its Polynesian inhabitants and those of the rest of the Cook Islands, have caused it to be separately administered. The population of the island continues to drop (from a peak of 5,200 in 1966 to 2,100 in 2000) with substantial emigration to New Zealand.
Please only submit sites located in Norfolk Island. All sites should include a title and brief description of the contents and be submitted to their correct category.
Norfolk Island is an external territory of Australia. It is located approximately midway between New Caledonia and New Zealand. Most of Norfolk Islands current residents descend from Pitcairn Island. In here you will find Internet sites located in Norfolk Island, sorted into their appropriate categories.
Please only submit sites located in the Northern Mariana Islands. All sites should include a title and brief description of the contents and be submitted to their correct category.
The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands is part of Micronesia and includes the islands of Saipan, Rota and Tinian. The Northern Marianas have a unique relationship with the United States, that recognizes U.S. sovereignty but partly limits the applicability of federal laws.
Please only submit English language sites located in Palau.

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The Republic of Palau consists of six island groups totaling more than 300 islands. Rather than join the Federated States of Micronesia, the western cluster of the Caroline Islands opted for independence in 1978. A Compact of Free Association with the US was approved in 1986 and ratified in 1993. This category contains links to sites located in Palau.

Located 5° 52' N, 162° 06' W near Kingman Reef.

Please only submit sites located in Papua New Guinea. All sites should include a title and brief description of the contents and be submitted to their correct category.
Papua New Guinea occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea with several additional smaller islands located in the South Pacific Ocean. In here you will find Internet sites located in Papua New Guinea, sorted into their appropriate categories.
Please only submit English language sites located in or soley about the Pitcairn Islands.

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The Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie, and Oeno islands are located about midway between Peru and New Zealand. Pitcairn was first settled in 1790 by the Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian companions. Pitcairn was the first Pacific island to become a British colony (in 1838) and remains the last vestige of that empire in the South Pacific. This category contains links to sites located in or about the Pitcairn islands.
Please submit all sites to their correct locality and category.
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Please only submit sites located in (Western) Samoa. All sites should include a title and brief description of the contents and be submitted to their correct category.
This category contains a list of sub-categories for Internet sites located in (Western) Samoa.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only sites that have offices or branches in multiple locations within Oceania will be listed here.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have science and environment sites.
Please submit all sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only sites that have offices or branches in multiple locations within Oceania will be listed here.
This category contains links to countries within Oceania that have society and culture sites.
Please only submit sites located in the Solomon Islands. All sites should include a title and brief description of the contents and be submitted to their correct category.
The nation of the Solomon Islands (SI) is located in the South Pacific.
Please only submit English language sites located in or soley about Tokelau.

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A group of three atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. The Tokelau islands were made a British protectorate in 1889 and transferred to New Zealand administration in 1925. This category contains links to sites located in or about Tokelau.
Please only submit recreation and sports sites located in Tonga.
Chain of small islands in the South Pacific, about one-third of the way from New Zealand to Hawaii, a British protectorate gaining independence in 1970 as a constitutional monarchy.
Please submit all sites to their correct location and category.
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Please submit all sites to their correct country, locality and category. Only sites that have offices or branches in multiple locations within Oceania will be listed here.
This category only contains links to countries in Oceania that have travel and tourism sites.
Please only submit English language sites located in or about Tuvalu.

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Ethnic differences within the British colony of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands caused the Polynesians of the Ellice Islands to vote for separation from the Micronesians of the Gilbert Islands in 1974. The following year, the Ellice Islands became the separate British colony of Tuvalu. Independence was granted in 1978. This category contains links to sites located in or about Tuvalu.
Please only submit English language sites located in or about Vanuatu.
A group of 80 South Pacific islands formerly known as the New Hebrides, located about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to Australia. The Republic of Vanuatu was proclaimed in 1980. This category contains links to sites located in or about Vanuatu.
Category provides information about the Wake Islands , a small atoll in the Pacific Ocean.
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