Kiribati prepares for growing cruise market
December 12, 2019
ADB: Pacific Island countries need concerted action to address unique challenges
December 11, 2019
Guam cockfighters placing their last bets
A magnet for shady deals
Bougainvilleans vote for independence
Wave movements under surveillance
DUI convictions likely to affect alien's immigration perks
Cockfighting ban takes effect Dec. 20
December 10, 2019
State-of-emergency declared in Samoa
December 8, 2019
Race against time: On the front line of climate change, the Republic of Marshall Islands sets a deadline for survival
December 24, 2018
Pacific Island Times Staff
November arrivals smash 2016 record
Both Adelup and the Guam Visitors Bureau are celebrating new numbers for November arrivals.
Guam welcomed 132,850 visitors for the month of November, an increase of...
December 19, 2018
Outgoing Guam Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo attended a send off ceremony for 34 of Guam’s sons and daughters who will be on deployment for the next six months.
The 34 Air Guardsmen and women come from t...
December 13, 2018
Guam Governor Calvo has commuted sentences for 3 more, clearing the way for sending them home
A press release from Adelup includes no details about where the latest group of non-U.S. citizen felons w...
On Emperor Akihito's birthday, outgoing governor toasts to peace, friendship with Japan
Governor Eddie Baza Calvo joined Izumi Seki, consul general of Japan in Hagåtña, in celebrating the birthday of J...
December 9, 2018
By Alex J. Rhowuniong
After completing his second term in office, Republican Gov. Eddie Calvo will hand over the baton to Governor-elect Lou Leon Guerrero, a Democrat, in January next year. It has been a challenging...
November 11, 2018
By Gov. Eddie Baza Calco
As we observe this year’s Veterans Day with a ceremony honoring those who have risked their lives to protect our island and our nation from tyranny and oppression – we also must remember those who pai...
October 14, 2018
Adelup has announced its efforts to reach out to Washington leaders has allowed for federal funding for a fully functional temporary shelter for Guam’s homeless population.
Following discussions with V...
September 13, 2018
By Pacific island Times News Staff
Governor Eddie Calvo has commuted the sentences of four convicted aliens as part of the administration’s efforts to decongest Guam’s correctional facilities and deport undesirable immigrants.
September 4, 2018
He signs, sends 'High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area' petition to the White House
In an effort to obtain more federal funds to combat drug trafficking on Guam, Governor Eddie Calvo Tuesday signed the...
August 26, 2018
News Release Governor Calvo
Guam Governor Calvo and Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio call on the community to join them in praying for the family of Senator John McCain’s passing.
Governor Calvo: “We are deeply saddened to hear o...
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