MIDB taxi plan on hold

MIDB taxi plan on hold

BOLDEN ELANZOA Marshall Islands Development Bank program to assist Marshallese to own their own taxis in Majuro has been put on hold due to a variety of challenges that developed after it was launched in 2018. The program was rolled out in 2018 and involved loans to help local drivers purchase their own vehicles. The […]

ADB: Worse yet to come

ADB: Worse yet to come

Journal 3/16/1984 P3 Hotel completion by January 1985 “It will have a beautiful glass and marble facade,” according to Joe Bertoni, project engineer, who is building the new 60-room Nauru hotel. If all materials arrive on schedule, he said the structural part of the project will be complete by January 1985. Half of the rooms […]

Majuro students aim for Xavier

Majuro students aim for Xavier

Fifty-one students from different schools around Majuro took the Xavier High School entrance test last Saturday at Assumption campus. Assumption School, Marshall Islands Friends of Xavier (MIFOX) and the Xavier High School students combined to make the test a success. The Xavier High School entrance test administers said they greatly appreciated the donor support that […]

SSG Sam’s family honored

SSG Sam’s family honored

Kosraen soldiers stationed in Fort Hood, Texas started a softball tournament in 2018 to honor soldiers who have died from the Micronesia region, including RMI, and to bring pride to the loved ones left behind. The fourth annual Island Warriors Memorial softball tournament is happening the July 4 weekend in Killeen, Texas. In addition to […]

One Word hits Majuro, Ebeye

One Word hits Majuro, Ebeye

The premiere of the latest Marshallese and German-made movie “One Word” had the audience starstruck at Jittak-En Saturday night with its rich cinematography and unerring documentation about climate change. The movie is the outcome of the collaboration between German film team Kameradisten (Comrades) directors Viviana and Mark Uriona and local non-profit organization Jo-Jikum.It features great […]

CMI talks on nuclear legacy

CMI talks on nuclear legacy

KAREN EARNSHAW Students and graduates of the Majuro Deaf Education Center thoroughly enjoyed an info-packed presentation about the Marshall Islands’ nuclear legacy shortly before Nuclear Victims Remembrance Day. The presentation was given by the College of the Marshall Islands Nuclear Club, with club advisor Ariana Tibon being the lead presenter. Ariana, who is the Education […]

Lifters aim to top 30-medal tally

Lifters aim to top 30-medal tally

Ministry of Education, Training and Sport/PSS, the national federations and the sporting community are grateful that Majuro Atoll Local Government (MALGov) expanded the sports competition list for Majuro Day, allowing sports that don’t have many opportunities for competition to do so in preparations for the Micronesian Games to be hosted here in the summer of […]