More than 1,000 sailors brought ashore
April 1, 2020
Officials say sailors will be isolated from civilian community
Hard, cold. . . apps? Are mobile payments the next big thing in commerce?
April 2, 2020
Urgent action is the key to addressing Covid-19
Guam records third Covid-19 death; Number of cases: 69
Philippine Airlines suspends all flights
CNMI has four new Covid-19 positive cases
Ship's captain seeking off-ship quarantine site for 4,000 sailors
When your soul is on lockdown
March 31, 2020
Guam records second coronavirus-related death
August 31, 2019
By Ken Leon Guerrero
Thomas Paine, author of “Common Sense,” writes, “Common sense is the least common thing of all,” especially when it comes to government finances.
In what world does it make sense to dramatically increa...
August 30, 2019
By Alex J. Rhowuniong
Education ranked as the top reason for Micronesian citizens’ relocation to Guam; followed by medical assistance and jobs.
This was the result of a mini-survey of Federated States of Micronesia’s citize...
August 26, 2019
By Patricia Kime
As the military services each roll out new policies regarding hemp-derived products like cannabidiol, or CBD, the Defense Department is not mincing words.
"It's completely forbidden for use by any serv...
By Pacific Island Times News Staff
Saipan-- The U.S. Labor Department has issued temporary labor certifications for 1,841 foreign workers for CNMI employers, according to the Office of Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sa...
August 20, 2019
Attorney General Leevin Taitano Camacho has sued opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma L.P. and related companies in local court for violating Guam’s Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
The complaint alleges...
Matson welcomed the inaugural arrival of its newest Aloha Class containership Kaimana Hila at a dockside event at the Port Authority of Guam on Tuesday.
Kaimana Hila will serve Guam as a part of Matson...
August 19, 2019
The government of Guam has spent a total of $78 million on legal services from 2013 to 2018, according to the Office of Public Accountability’s analysis.
The audit found that 21 GovGuam entities — incl...
By Pacific Iland Times News Staff
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...
August 15, 2019
By Joyce McClure
Santus Bugomal and Richard Pekalur hold their diplomas as they are joined by Yap officials and UOG representatives for a group photo after the graduation ceremony at Yap High School on Aug. 5....
By Mar-Vic Cagurangan
Underwood slams US for ‘dodging’ obligation to facilitate Guam’s self-rule
From left, Joni Kerr, Michelle Voacolo, Dave Lotz, Robert Underwood, Elyssa Santos and Jesse Chargualaf discuss details of...
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