Majol mokta in Polio care

Majol mokta in Polio care

Journal 12/23/1974 P1 A place of human caring By Dick Tullis Medicine has long been one of the strong suits of the Saipan Administration. Now, augmenting that reputation, the Majuro Rehabilitation Center has scored another big number one for Trust Territory medicine. Its fame is spreading. Hospitals and orthopedic surgeons throughout the South Seas are […]

Tropical Christmas Wonderland

WILMER JOEL The former capital building was turned into a Tropical Christmas Wonderland illuminated with flickering lights which embellished the entire area during the Christmas Lighting Ceremony last Friday arranged by the RMI government and the Mejerik Club. The venue was packed with children as well as families waiting for the Christmas lights to shimmer […]

Santa’s parade a hit

Santa’s parade a hit

WILMER JOEL Santa hit town last Saturday to the delight of thousands of Majuro residents. Marshall Islands Chamber of Commerce 32nd annual Christmas parade in collaboration with Majuro Atoll Local Government brought Santa Claus to life, with candies by the thousand tossed out from the 13 decorated floats. The floats were supported by community based […]

Tuna CEO meets President Kabua

Tuna CEO meets President Kabua

New PNA Office CEO Dr. Sangaa Clark, her husband Les Clark and MIMRA Director Glen Joseph made a courtesy call on President David Kabua and his Cabinet members earlier in the month. The RMI is playing two roles in relation to the Parties to the Nauru Agreement, said Joseph: As a member of the PNA […]

Sustainably managing island transport

Sustainably managing island transport

WILMER JOELWaan Aelon in Majel (WAM) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (the German international development agency known as GIZ) organized a closing ceremony of the Low Carbon Sea Transport Inside-Lagoon Boat Workshop last week at WAM compound. For the workshop WAM and GIZ partnered up with the local governments of Kwajalein, Ujae, Lae, […]

Majuro gets new airport

Majuro gets new airport

Journal 12/12/1972 P1 Majuro’s new airport opens The new Majuro airport opened December 9 for the first time, representing the culmination of more than two years of work by American International Constructors of Seattle and the US Army Corps of Engineers. The 7,000-foot strip will be only the second civil airfield in the entire three […]

Bonus for 16 Days of Activism

Bonus for 16 Days of Activism

EVE BURNS Although the closing of the 16 Days of Activism already happened November 10, it did not stop the National Olympic Committee, Red Cross, WUTMI, Micronesian Legal Services, Internal Affairs and Minister Kessai Note from hosting and attending a series of events last Saturday at Delap Park. Red Cross presented awards for volunteers who […]

New passports not an option

New passports not an option

It is currently impossible to get a new Marshall Islands passport and there is no telling when the service will be restored. The Marshall Islands Passport Division at the Attorney General’s office has been unable to generate passports since its equipment broke on November 25. This was the point that the office determined “there was […]