Journal 12/17/1981 P1 $4 Billion Radiation victims sue laboratories: More than 4,000 Marshall Islanders have file a $4 billion suit against several nuclear science and weapons laboratories, claiming they were negligent in caring for the islanders during nuclear tests in the 1950s, according to a UPI story in the Pacific Daily News. The suit was […]
GIFF JOHNSON An agreement is expected to be signed next year that will more than double the level of funding for micro loans in the Marshall Islands.
The Ippen Dron Billiard Club (IDBC) spent an entire day cleaning the grounds of Majuro hospital last Saturday. You heard that right, the billiard club is giving back to the community and on a Saturday of all days — but, before happy-hour — of course. Read more about this in the December 14, 2018 edition […]
The Journal receives visitors each week — most of who bring business and news-related items. This unique group of visitors, however, wanted it to be known that they are hotter than all the former Miss Billfishes and Miss All Mikes whose posters decorate the Journal’s production office.
At Saturday night’s closing dinner event to mark Japan and RMI’s 30-years of diplomatic relations at the International Conference Center, Jennifer Hawley, granddaughter of founding father and first president Amata Kabua was presented with a commemorative stamp from the government of Japan. President Hilda Heine and Minister John Silk received similar commemorative stamps Read more […]
Journal 12/11/1981 P1 Bank opens Monday The Marshall Islands First Commecial Bank, Ltd. will open its door Monday December 13, according to Clarence Tan, president. The 11:30am ceremony will be at the bank’s offices below the Hotel Majuro. The whole areas has been drastically cleaned up in the past few weeks. P3 Enna G brings […]
As part of the international 16 Days of Activism campaign, Youth to Youth in Health and the Health Ministry teamed up to host World AIDS Day activities last Friday.
KELLY LORENNIJ Among the exercises conducted during last week’s two-day typhoon tabletop exercise, participants were able to draft an initial response plan, produce a situation report and learn how to request international disaster assistance.
The University of South Pacific, in cooperation with Bishop Museum and the Marshallese traditional weaving revival program marked the 10-year anniversary of the jaki-ed program with an exhibit and silent auction at Bishop Museum in Honolulu Sunday.
KAREN EARNSHAW The Marshall Islands Service Corporation (MISCo) sold nearly four tons of food in Ebeye last week, producing smiles all around the tiny Kwajalein island, especially from family cooks.