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Palau President To Meet U.S. Congress Members On Compact – VIDEO

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President Tommy Remengesau Jr. is set to depart to the U.S. on June 8 to meet with U.S. Congress members regarding the Compact review. The President will be meeting Palau’s Chief Compact negotiator Billy Kuartei who left to the U.S. last week, online Palau Ambassador to the U.S. Hershey Kyota and the Republic’s legal counsel

Palau & Tuvalu First To Sign United Nations Small Arms Treaty – VIDEO

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On June 3rd, symptoms the Pacific island nations of Palau and Tuvalu became the first countries in the Pacific region to sign the United Nations small arms treaty. The landmark treaty aims to bring transparency and human rights protection to global arms trade as it puts rules in place requiring countries to consider human rights

Palau President Approves Merger Of Utility Corporations – VIDEO

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Palau President Tommy Remengesau Jr. has signed a legislation merging the Palau Public Utilities Corporation (PPUC) and the Palau Water and Sewer Corporation into one state owned enterprise. On June 6, viagra sale the President signed the Utilities Consolidation Act before members of the Senate, the House of Delegates, traditional leaders and State Governors at

Youth Climate Activist Shines Across The Pacific – VIDEO

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By Rolynda Jonathan On May 31st the media and climate change workshop held by SPREP and the Australian government in Samoa wrapped up the week’s activities with a guest panel of speakers including an environmental specialist, information pills a climate change journalist and one of Samoa’s youngest green activists. Brianna Fruean, more about a 15-year

Yap Animal Society Holds Fundraising To Bring In Veterinarian – VIDEO

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By Leo Pugram The Yap Animal Protection Society, drugs a non-profit based in Yap in the Federated States of Micronesia recently held a second hand sale in hopes to raise funds to bring in a vet. The fundraising event has brought two vets in the past helping to spay pets on the state.  The vet

Marshalls College May Realize First Surplus In 7 years – VIDEO

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By Rolynda Jonathan A budget surplus is being predicated for the College of the Marshall Islands. The College may realize the first budget surplus in 7 years after implementing salary cuts and lowering its utility bill. President Carl Hacker says the school is looking at a slight positive revenue estimate for the fiscal year. The

Palau President Honored By Hawaii Governor – VIDEO

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By Rolynda Jonathan On May 31, viagra dosage 2013, nurse Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie honored Palau President Tommy Remengesau Jr. for his conservation and environmental efforts.  The Governor and other distinguished guests highlighted the President’s achievements such as the Micronesian Challenge, a regional commitment by Palau, the Marshalls, FSM, CNMI and Guam to conserve 30%

Palauan Succeeds In Regional Observer Training – VIDEO

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By Rolynda Jonathan A young Palauan man has successfully completed a regional observer training held in the Marshall Islands’ capital of Majuro. Jerrel Temengil Johnsrud came out on top in a group of 25 during the recent 5-week intensive training course. Johnsrud along with participants from the Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia

FSM Captures Illegal Fishing Vessel – VIDEO

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By Leo Pugram The Federated States of Micronesia earlier this month captured a Taiwanese vessel illegally fishing in its waters. The vessel was brought to Yap for illegally fishing without a permit, price however after investigation, find national police officers found that the vessel has a valid permit to fish in FSM waters. As of

Food Security Severely Affected By Drought In The Marshalls – VIDEO

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By Rolynda Jonathan Although international assistance and response to the Marshall Islands’ drought disaster has helped in easing water shortages, click reports indicate that food security continues to be a problem. Tom Vance, the Marshalls National Water Advisor explained to Radio New Zealand that while water-making units have helped in hydrating drought-affected populations, it hasn’t