New rules on visas to US

New rules on visas to US

Journal 11/27/1981 P1 Rice shortage ends The rice shortage is expected to end today with the arrival of PM&O’s Broadsword. The ship was delayed a week because it had been bunkered in Oakland with the wrong fuel. Meanwhile, businesses were down to selling accumulated broken rice bags. P1 Power returning to normal slowly After a […]

RMI grade goes up

RMI grade goes up

The financial health and accountability of the Marshall Islands showed its best results on record in FY2017, according to the annual Performeter report. The Performeter analysis uses financial indicators and ratios to assess the government’s financial performance and sustainability.

Country Program Coordinator

The Pacific Community (SPC) invites an application for the positon of: Country Program Coordinator Social Citizenship Education Located at the Public School System in Majuro (Closing date: 2nd December 2018 – Job Ref: AL000127): To apply, please go to: http://careers.spc.int/ The Pacific Community is the principal scientific and technical organisation in the Pacific region, supporting […]

Senior Country Officer

Senior Country Officer To apply, visit: https://adb.taleo.net/careersectionhttps://adb.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=180900 Deadline for applications is on 29 November 2018. We encourage diversity in our workplace and support an inclusive environment. Vacancy Reference Number: 180900 The Pacific Country Office (PCO) was established to assist its Headquarters in the implementation of projects and programs, in project processing, country programming, and economic […]

US government sued for billions

US government sued for billions

Journal 11/20/1981 P1 US government sued for $6 billion The Marshall Islands Atomic Testing Litigation Project (MIATLP) filed lawsuits against the US government in September asking $6 billion in compensation for damage to 15 atolls and islands, according to Bob Cowan, one of the attorneys here on a visit to the Majuro office. P5 Leaking […]

RMI boosts NGO support

RMI boosts NGO support

The RMI government took an unprecedented step to strengthen its partnership with civil society last week with the signing of a new Partnership Framework Agreement with the Marshall Islands Council of Non-Government Organizations (MICNGOs). The new partnership agreement supports President Hilda Heine’s Agenda 2020, which aims to improve social, environmental, and economic well-being in the […]