Two more passengers from US add to CNMI's Covid-19 cases
June 4, 2020
USS Theodore Roosevelt completes carrier qualifications
Brace for yet another threat
Democrats to hold special election and caucus on June 6
Dr. Bwarenaba Kautu: The best of both worlds
Changing into scrubs, Guam guards fighting war against Covid-19
June 3, 2020
Falan issues third emergency declaration for Yap
Contact tracing: Using mobile technology to curb the spread of disease
June 2, 2020
When a mustard seed moved a mountain
Mili: Behind the charm of this idyllic atoll lie the scars of battle
October 30, 2017
By Ongerung Kambes Kesolei
Some wonder if Palau officials, politicians will sign the pledge too
Jennifer Koskelin-Gibbons presenting the Palau Legacy Project to the crowd at the
night market on Friday. Standing behind Gibbons ar...
October 13, 2017
By Bernadette H. Carreon
Junior Larry Hillbroom
The DHL heir Larry Imeong Hillbroom Jr., already awaiting trial for drug trafficking last year was arrested anew on new charges of methampethamine selling and possession.
October 8, 2017
By Mar-Vic Cagurangan
Palau Vice President Raynold “Arnold” Oilouch
Palau had misgivings at the time it was charting its future as a sovereign state, uncertain about its ability to stand on its own, but more than two decade...
October 7, 2017
Koror—By the time Palauans gather to celebrate their nation’s 23rd Independence Day on October 1, a diplomatic note is expected to have arrived from the United States government formally exercising i...
October 1, 2017
By Bernadette H. Carreon, Pacific Note
Photo by Richard Brooks
Palau enjoyed a spectacular fireworks display and cultural show on the night of October 1 in celebration of its 23rd Independence Day.
Activities started on Friday and wi...
September 1, 2017
Koror—While President Donald Trump’s proposed $54 billion in extra spending for the Department of Defense may have provided the offset language needed to fund the Compact Review Agreement, the rece...
August 10, 2017
By Pacific Note News Staff
Koror—Palau President Tommy Remengesau said he has faith that the United States “will do all it can to protect everyone in the region with the same commitment they will do for the U.S.”
July 24, 2017
Pacific Island Times Staff
Palau Minister of Health Dr. Emais Roberts...
July 14, 2017
By Pacific Island Times Staff
Koror— The dengue outbreak have claimed the lives of three people in Palau, where 362 cases of the virus infection have been identified as of July 10, the Bureau of National Health reported.
April 5, 2017
By Ambassador Ngedikes “Olai” Uludong
Koror — There are exciting new opportunities to accelerate economic and social progress on Small Island Developing States (SIDS). It is time for our Pacific nations to seize them.