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Tracking climate change through corals has historically meant studying coral in remote locations, away from civilization and the related environmental conditions that might affect the data. But resear...

Weno, Chuuk—  A new fiber optic cable in Chuuk State is now fully operational, promising to increase the island state’s internet capacity.

The fiber optic cable in Chuuk is the latest infrastructure su...

Unicef report highlights Pacific island governments’ lack of investment in early childhood education 

About four in every 10 children in the Pacific islands are not enrolled in pre-primary school, cont...

The Naval Hospital on Guam is among the U.S. military medical facilities overseas that stand to benefit from a $20.8 million contract for educational and developmental intervention services provided t...

Washington – Doug Domenech, U.S. Department of the Interior Assistant Secretary, Insular and International Affairs, this week announced $2 million in fiscal year 2019 grant funding to Guam.

This y...

Saipan—The Marianas Medicaid program, which has used up all funding for the year, will get an immediate $8.24 million, Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan announced Friday.

Sablan has been worki...

The Republic of the Marshall Islands and the Pacific Community have signed an agreement formalizing the Islands nations Country Program for 2019-2022. The Program provides a framework for work over th...

Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero will deliver her first State of the Island Address on Thursday at the Guam Congress building in Hagåtña, highlighting her first 100 days in office.

Leon Guerrero, former presiden...

Nadi, Fiji –  Primary care and access to universal health care must be priorities for improving the health of the region’s population, leaders of health agencies in the Pacific region declared at the...

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