Captain Adam Streeper of the USNS Brunswick gave a top tour of his ship to members of the Mieco Beach Yacht Club Thursday, with the cruisers and friends all eager with questions about details of the ship’s equipment and operation. This followed the vessel hosting a reception at the start of the Pacific Partnership mission […]
Had the Nitijela audit public hearings been a basketball championship game, the Judiciary System would’ve been named “MVP” — most valuable player. The Judiciary team, led by Chief Clerk Ingrid Kabua, literally controlled how their audit report played out following a never-before used stunt: Ingrid provided the panel with a drawing that depicts the cash […]
The new Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) headquarters is on track for completion by the end of this year, said Pacific International Inc., which is building the new four-story facility in Majuro. Workers this week were beginning work on what will become the third floor. The new structure will feature offices on the second […]
HILARY HOSIA Majuro Atoll Local Government is slated to receive a continuing stream of funding from anchorage fees collected by Marshall Islands Ports Authority starting with $100,000 this year and an average of $40,000 to $50,000 annually in upcoming years. The $100,000 “handshake” by Majuro Mayor Ladie Jack and Ports Authority Board Chair Robert Pinho […]
The results of the second Jiai Bonbon math competition placed Delap Elementary and Coop schools at the top in overall scores for primary and secondary categories, respectively. This year students in grades three and higher competed as a group rather than individually. Last year’s champion Long Island Elementary placed first in the grade four division. […]
Monday’s Education Week college and career fair at ICC in Majuro engaged hundreds of students from numerous schools. The Marshalls Energy Company was one of many that hosted a booth to speak with students. MEC staff clearly connected with this group of Life Skills Academy students. Photo: Kelly Lorennij. Read more about this in the […]
Bright, early and sporting white scrubs are these College of the Marshall Islands nursing students who regularly convene outside of the Wellness Center at Majuro hospital before each practicum session with instructor and certified nurse Walton Bohanny. This week they caught sight of a Journal camera and called for a group shot. Read more about […]
A total of 77 men and women signed up to take an Air Marshall Islands pilot test. The national airline recently issued a public call for local residents interested to take up a pilot training opportunity.
MISA 4 the Pacific, an association led by Marshallese studying at the University of the South Pacific and Fiji National University, both in Fiji, aims to spread awareness of the RMI’s nuclear legacy in the South Pacific.
The countdown for Youth Bridge Global’s production of the Music Man is underway with seven weeks left on the clock. That said, Professor Andrew Garrod and Dartmouth team of Summer Cody and Tyler Malbareaux announced who made what role following the first day of practice last week at Marshall Islands High School.