Journal 10/23/1981 P1 Mili election found improper The Appellate Division of the High Court has directed that an order be issued for a new election for the Nitijela seat for Mili. Chuji Chutaro, who lost in 1979 by six votes to Alee Alik, challenged the election because 21 persons voted who were not on the […]
HILARY HOSIA A local media team compromising National Telecommunications Authority, College of Marshall Islands’ Media Center, V7AB Radio, Marshall Islands Basketball Federation and the Marshall Islands Journal made sport history by streaming live coverage of the BOMI 18th Ralik Ratak Basketball Shootout championship games earlier this month.
KELLY LORENNIJ The RMI is making global headlines with ongoing work toward issuing the world’s first digital legal tender, the SOV (Sovereign).
KELLY LORENNIJ Assumption high schoolers received 24 new laptops — four traditional and 20 Chromebooks — from alumni and friends of the school.
Flags flew at half mast this week for late Vice Speaker Tomaki Juda, who led the Bikini community for decades as mayor and senator.
Journal 10/16/1981 P2 $24M budget for FY1982 The Nitijela Appropriation bill for FY1982 proposed by Minister of Finance Atjang Paul (Ailinglaplap) shows an anticipated $24.7 million for the fiscal year beginning October 14. Revenue comes from four sources: local revenues, US grant general funds, special US agency grants, and foreign aid from Japan. Paul commended […]
A team of Marshall Islands athletes are in Buenos Aires for the Youth Olympic Games competition. Alexander Adiniwin is competing in wrestling, Joshua Ralpho is in the wrestling competition, Rosemaline Watley is in the women’s high jump, and Kayla Hepler and Daniel Ranis are both in the swimming competition.
President Hilda Heine accepted the diplomatic credentials of newly appointed Japan Ambassador to the RMI Norio Saito during a presentation of credential ceremony held at the Cabinet conference room Monday.
GIFF JOHNSON One of Majuro’s oldest and best-known local businesses was hit by a major fire, destroying its retail store, warehouse, beauty salon, seamstress shop, business office, Israel consulate office, and second-floor apartments in the early morning hours of October 8.
Team Lae men continued their reign as the top team in the RMI with their fifth consecutive championship in the BOMI 18th Ralik Ratak Shootout Basketball Tournament that wrapped up Saturday in Majuro.