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October 31, 2014
Saeko helps KAJUR pay off debt to MISSA
The Ebeye power company KAJUR has made history by paying off a nearly $1 million tax debt to Marshall Islands Social Security Administration. The final payment of $55,046 was made to MISSA Administrator Saane Aho by MISSA board Chair and KAJUR Financial Consultant/Internal Auditor Saeko Shoniber, pictured. See more
Restaurants put on notice by EPA folk
RMI EPA has put local restaurants and food take out stores on notice that if their water is contaminated during routine testing expected to take place next month, they will be issued closure notices or cited for violating the Food Safety Act. This follows nearly 75 percent of Majuro food establishments failing EPA water quality tests last month. See more

33 women's teams think pink in Urok tourney
RRE Shoreline was turned into a zone of pink by the record-setting bottom fishing tournament last weekend that produced 33 women’s teams competing for cash prizes and bragging rights, while raising awareness about breast cancer. See more

Ebeye patients see clearly now Check out Facebook link, left!
Canvasback Missions sent its last two specialty medical teams for 2014 to the Ebeye earlier this month. From September 27 to October 10, a dental and an ophthalmology team held free clinics at Ebeye hospital. The dental team did fillings, cleanings, extractions, sealants, and other procedures. The ophthalmology team did a number of cataract surgeries and dispensed reading glasses and medicines. Anybody who wanted to be seen was treated. See more

PW's princes give palace a new facelift
The Ministry of Public Works’ Project Management Unit has launched renovation work at the former Anne’s Palace building in Delap. The building, bought over a year ago for $1.5 million, is now under renovation. Originally, the work on the three-story building was estimated to cost $600,000. But the PMU is attempting to work within a $250,000 budget approved by the government. Assuming materials arrive on time, a PMU official said the target date for completion is six months from now. Photos: Hilary Hosia.
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704 Days to get from Uliga to Delap – Just how fast do government agencies turn in cash they collect to the Ministry of Finance? The Ministry of Internal and Social Welfare's Registrar General's office set the record for lateness . . . See more
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