MAJURO, Marshall Islands ---- A high tide energised by storm surges has flooded many parts of Majuro, the capital of the Marshall Islands, and weather officials have warned of more flooding with tonight's high tide.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- Marshall Islands President Christopher Loeak has called on the United States to resolve the “unfinished business” of its nuclear testing legacy in the western Pacific nation.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands ---- The Marshall Islands on Wednesday rescinded a controversial nomination to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization of a former Lebanese security chief who is a suspect in the assassination of Lebanese ex-Premier Rafik Hariri in 2006.
Marshall Islands has established a new corporation to actively promote investments and exports, in order to,increase the country’s economic growth. It will work hard to arrest low growth the,country has been experiencing - an underlying cause of the slow pace of social,and economic development.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands ---- Two days after a Mexican castaway washed ashore on an isolated atoll in the Marshall Islands following an over 8,000 mile drift, local officials say he is gaining strength but cannot walk without help.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — A long-serving Papua New Guinea fisheries chief who is expected to step down this week was recognized Wednesday for “transforming fisheries” in his country and for his regional advocacy on behalf of island nations’ fishing interests.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — The United States secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, will visit Majuro later this week, the highest-ranking Defense Department official to visit Majuro in several years.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — A major investigation into allegations that Marshall Islands Ministry of Health workers accepted bribes for contract awards has prompted the Public Service Commission to take the unprecedented action of designating the government’s chief secretary as interim secretary of health.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — Is poor school attendance in the Marshall Islands the result of schools lacking a “fun environment” or parents being uninterested in their children’s academic progress — or a combination of both?
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- The deportation of a South Korean national from the Marshall Islands is to be the first of many, said the chief of immigration on Friday.
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MAJURO, Marshall Islands ---- Few leaders can say that the decisions taken in 2014 will play a big part in determining whether their country will still grace the world map at the end of this century. I can. Lying at an average of just two metres above sea level, my ...
MAJURO, Marshall Islands ---ThePresident of the Marshall Islands has pleaded with world leaders to take serious action on climate change this year.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- A waste-to-energy project proposal for Majuro was presented to the cabinet by WEST or Waste to Energy System and Technology Co. Ltd. on Tuesday.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- Kwajalein Atoll in Marshall Islands boasts some of the world’s most sophisticated equipment for missile testing, including a dedicated fiber optic cable so technicians can manage missile missions in “real time” from the Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- The Marshall Islands Ministry of Education has a new road map for school improvement in the country and the challenge for 2014 will be rolling it out.
---------- ISLANDS BUSINESS has chosen Darlene Keju-Johnson as its 2013 PACIFIC PERSON OF THE YEAR in recognition of her combination of fearless advocacy with island-style innovation that isn’t “merely relevant” in 2013. Seventeen years after her death in 1996, her words and actions continue to speak to key issues confronting ...
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- The Marshall Islands President Christopher Loeak has called on the United States to help his country fight sex trafficking rather than simply name and shame it.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- The future of the world's largest tuna fishery will be decided at a meeting in Cairns, Australia, this week, with Pacific island nations demanding tighter controls on a catch now worth US$7.0 billion a year.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- A non-profit group in Northwest Arkansas is planning what it says is the first-ever event in the United States to mark the anniversary of the largest hydrogen bomb ever tested by the U.S. military.
Urban centres in the Republic of the Marshall Islands will soon be lit through solar powered street lighting systems.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- The Marshall Islands government owned National Telecommunications Authority (NTA) may be forced out of business if a legislation to open the communications sector is adopted by the parliament.
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MAJURO Marshall Island — In the development world of Pacific governments, NGOs, and donor agencies, overseas travel is little discussed but frequently undertaken. The list of conferences, workshops, program reviews, and trainings seems to multiply each year such that mid-level managers and politicians are able to spend close to half ...
MAJURO, Marshall Islands--- A Majuro businessman has been sent to jail to await trial next month for attempted murder.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands ---— Copra production in the Marshall Islands hit a five-year high during fiscal year 2013, with 7,048.5 tons recorded by the Majuro-based Tobolar Copra Processing Authority.
MAJURO, Marshall Islands --- The tuna fishing industry in the Pacific is not meeting its target to reduce catches, and leaders of the tuna commission are concerned about more boats entering Pacific waters.
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