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Palauan Woman Enters Guilty Plea To Manslaughter For Her Husband’s Death

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A local woman has pled guilty in thea local woman has pled guilty in the Supreme Court of Palau for the death of her police officer husband. Last week, visit web Madeline Ngireblekluu entered a guilty plea to one charge of voluntary manslaughter for the death of her late husband police officer Raynold Raymond Rebluud.

FSM Citizen Pleads Guilty To Vehicular Homicide In Guam

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A Federated States of Micronesia citizen connected to a tragic vehicular accident that killed his toddler in 2012 has entered a guilty plea in Guam’s Superior Court. On February 21, medicine 2014, Marco Nelson entered a guilty plea to vehicular homicide while intoxicated, a first-degree felony charge. In 2012, Nelson, then 28-years-old, was arrested by

FSM Youth Group Sets Out To Address Negative Stereotyping In Guam

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 A youth group composed of young Federated States of Micronesia citizens is helping to address negative stereotyping as well as promote tolerance in Guam. Natewined is a youth group organized by 23-year old Chuukese Eddie Nathan Winis. The group includes like-minded individuals who hope that regional migrants are seen for bettering their lives rather than

Lawsuit Filed To Stop Construction Of A Septic Tank At Long Island Park

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A lawsuit has been filed in the Supreme Court of Palau to stop the construction of a septic tank inside the Long Island Park, doctor Koror State’s most popular park. The construction of the septic tank was approved for the soon-to-be Palau Vacation Hotel under construction in Malakal. According to reports, the Environmental Quality Protection

PIF Secretariat Confirms Meeting Dates For The 45th Pacific Islands Forum In Palau

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By Ekei-Lalii Remengesau The dates for the 45th Pacific Islands forum have been confirmed after consultations between the Government of the Republic of Palau, cure the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat and Forum members. The meeting is expected to bring more than 400 people including leaders, government officials and the media. The 45th Pacific Islands Forum

Palau Improves Rating In The 2014 World Bank’s Doing Business Report

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The Republic of Palau has significantly improved its ratings allowing for ease of business, more about reports World Bank’s 2014 Doing Business report. Palau previously ranked at 114 in 2013 however this year the island nation moved up to 100 just below Vietnam and the Solomon Islands. Palau improved its ranking through the secured transactions

Palau Selected To Host The 2016 Pacific Media Summit

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By Ekei-Lalii Remengesau The Pacific Islands News Association (PINA) has selected Palau to host the 4th Pacific Media Summit in February 2016. Palau should expect up to 200 delegates including north and south pacific media professionals, shop academics, this development partners, technical experts, as well as young and upcoming journalists. Olkeriil Kazuo Deputy Press Secretary

Two Male Palauans Face Serious Criminal Charges In Court

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Two local individuals are facing serious criminal charges in relation to an assault and battery incident back in March of 2012. Ashley Ngiraremiang aka Ashley Oleuachel and Florencio “Polch” Ngiraremiang are each facing criminal charges before the Supreme Court. According to court documents, remedy Florencio is facing one count of attempted second-degree murder, stomach two

Five Palau Police Officers Implicated Following Police Bribery Investigation

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Five police officers are due to resign from their positions immediately, information pills following an internal investigation into police bribery allegations. Last month, the internal investigation launched by the Bureau of Public Safety through the Division of Criminal Investigations when allegations of police officers accepting bribes surfaced. Police officers were allegedly accepting bribes from foreign

Investigation Ongoing To Identify Those Responsible For Damaged Communication Wires To Angaur And Peleliu

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The Ministry of Justice and the Palau National Communications Corporation (PNCC) has launched an investigation to identify an individual or group of individuals responsible for damaging communication wires to two of Palau’s outlying states. All forms of communication to Peleliu and Angaur States including cable, symptoms telephone and Internet services were out of service in