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Local Jewelry Designer in Palau

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Rondy Ronny interviews Mazel Higa  a local  jewelry designer who just came from Los Angeles, troche California and originally from Ngarchelong, Palau is here showcasing her new line of jewelry design “earrings”. Mayzani.com Mazel Higa is a local Palauan who has set her sights on creating amazing works of art. But it isn’t just any

Mike-Ro Sports News

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Mike Fox  Regional Sports News Update PNOC Sends Delegation to 5th Conference This week in local sports the Palau National Olympic Committee (PNOC) delegate’s Reklai Temengil Secretary General, treat and Carol Ngiradisech National Olympic board member attended the Women and Sports IOC world conference held from February 15-18 2012 which promotes women in sport leadership.

Protesting Gas Hikes

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Rondy Ronny interviews Santy Asanuma a concerned citizen protesting on the streets of central Koror, clinic Palau due to constant rise of gas price and against the minimum wage law.

Weekend News Report Feb. 24, 2012

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Senator Diaz arraigned in court             On Feb, visit this site 14, 2011, the Attorney General filed a four count criminal complaint charging Diaz with failing to provide unaltered copies of his radio shows as required by section 15 PNC 131.  This law should be familiar to Diaz since in 2007, the Supreme Court, after

Palau – WWII Bomb Detonated

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Cleared Ground Demining detonated a WWII bomb in Palau on February 22, check 2012.  The devise discovered was a modified Japanese ocean mine, price which had been converted to a crude Improvised Explosive Device (IED).  The device was so decayed it could not be safely deactivate so Steve from Cleared Ground had to detonate the

Question Raised On Reprogram of ADB Water & Sewer Loan for Fiber-optic

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The Palau House of Traditional Leaders has sent a letter to President Toribiong challenging the reprogramming of funds from the ADB Loan for water and sewer development to instead purchase a used fiber-optic cable to upgrade Palau’s internet.  In the letter, click the traditional leaders choose health and the environment over telecommunications.  Some parts of

Protests against gas hikes and minimum wage begin

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In the past two months gas prices in Palau have increased three times already.  This week commuters are paying an average of $5.35 per gallon for regular unleaded gas and $5.62 per gallon for diesel. In response, Moses Uludong, Santy Asanuma, Gale Ngirmidol and Kirino Mekoll began protesting in downtown Koror against the gas hikes

OTV New Website – Help Us

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The new Oceania Television Network website has launched after months of development.  Over the coming weeks we will be integrating Facebook, medicine YouTube, Twitter and other new media to make your access to the North Pacific easier than ever before.  While we still have a long way to go, we are looking for your input

OTV Archives Before Feb. 2012

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Here are the archives before February 2012: PROGRAMS: http://www.oceaniatv.net/on_otv/on_otv.html NEWS: http://www.oceaniatv.net/on_otv/weekendreports.htm

Palau is in the movies this month

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This month Palau meets Tinseltown with the release of two films.  The Last Reef by Yes/No Productions, order the Creators of the musical “Stomp” filmed much of this 3D extravaganza in Palau.  Roll’em Productions is proud to be a part of this new wonder. Also in theaters is Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.  While not