Fish Stocks Slowly Rebounding, PICRC Reports

Fish populations are rebounding after decades of overfishing due number of conservation measures that Palau has implemented.  These improvements signal that management initiatives, such as the Protected Areas Network, state conservation […]

House fire displaced 6 adults and 8 children

Six (6) adults and seven (7) children including an infant were displaced on Sunday after a house fire gutted the 2nd floor of a wooden two-storey, two-family home at “Siksia” area of Meketii hamlet […]

President Whipps to attend UN General Assembly

President Surangel Whipps Jr. is leading a delegation from Palau to the 76th United Nations General Assembly in New York from Sept.21 to 26.  According to the Office of the President, President Whipps and […]


The word ‘Space’ in Hebrew means SALVATION.  I believe it’s GOD’S […]

People watch a TV screen showing a news program reporting about North Korea’s long-range cruise missiles tests with images in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. North Korea says it successfully test fired newly developed long-range cruise missiles over the weekend, its first known testing activity in months, underscoring how it continues to expand its military capabilities amid a stalemate in nuclear negotiations with the United States. The letters read, “The North newly test-fired long-range cruise missiles.” (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

North Korea says it tested new long-range cruise missiles

FILE – In this Aug. 5, 2021, file photo Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., prepares to chair a hearing in the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, as lawmakers work to advance the $1 trillion bipartisan bill, at the Capitol in Washington. Manchin said Thursday, Sept. 2, that Congress should take a “strategic pause” on more spending, warning that he does not support President Joe Biden’s plans for a sweeping $3.5 trillion effort to rebuild and reshape the economy. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Manchin nixes Biden’s $3.5T budget plan, urges $1.5T instead

France declares Covid-19 emergency in New Caledonia

NOUMEA (RNZ PACIFIC) —France has declared a health emergency in New Caledonia after Covid-19 was detected in the community.  The state of emergency was decreed by the French prime minister Jean Castex, effective immediately.  The decree, which is valid for a month, allows the authorities to impose restrictions, such as curfews or a lockdown, which […]

COVID-19 Delta variant still ‘most concerning’, say WHO experts

GENEVA (UN NEWS CENTRE) —Even with the emergence of the new Mu COVID-19 variant, the Delta strain remains the top concern globally, appearing to “outcompete” others, senior officials with the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday. “I think the Delta variant for me is the one that’s most concerning because of the increased transmissibility,” […]

PRR supports PCS

On August 23, 2021 the Palau Conservation Society (PCS) received a generous donation of $1,800 in support of ongoing environmental and conservation efforts from the Palau Royal […]

Palau, Nauru ink air service agreement

President Surangel Whipps Jr, signed an air service agreement last week with Nauru, citing Palau looks forward to the day when air services can be restored with Nauru Airlines.  […]


(all things work together for good…)  What comes your way that’s disheartening and cruel is just a ripple effect.  It’s there to […]

Largest Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Ship scheduled to anchor at Malakal Bay from Sept. 2-4


Hyper-vigilance is a harsh master. It’s like you’re never at ease with yourself. Kede Kora di kiei el mechesang el meruul a rengrir a rechad. The truth is nobody cares. It’s your brain. It’s as if you’re […]

Former IOC President Jacques Rogge dies aged 79

BRUSSELS/LAUSANNE, 30 AUGUST 2021 (INSIDE THE GAMES) —Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge, who led the organisation from 2001 to 2013, has died at the age of 79. The Belgian served as the eighth President of the IOC for 12 years, after succeeding Juan Antonio Samaranch, the Spaniard who led the organisation for […]

Palau President Surangel Whipps Jr. (screenshot from the press conference, Office of the Palau President)

Whipps terminates PPLA Board

President Surangel Whipps Jr. has terminated three (3) Palau Public Land Authority Board members after they refused to submit their courtesy […]

U.S. Says 1,500 Americans Still in Afghanistan in Last Days of Evacuation

By: Lara Jakes and Michael Levenson @2021 The New York Times WASHINGTON — At least 1,500 U.S. citizens remain in Afghanistan with just days left before the scheduled U.S. withdrawal from the country, but officials on Wednesday acknowledged the reality that […]

OEK backlash against social media post

A Facebook post expressing anger and frustration against President Surangel Whipps Jr. when the first positive COVID cases were reported, went viral on social media when the tone and the words used had many up in arms against the poster Richard […]

Court deny Teodoro’s motion for dismissal

Attorney General’s Office will proceed with criminal charges against Teddy Teodoro after the court denied Teodoro’s motion for dismissal this week. Teddy Teodoro was charged with Trafficking of Controlled Substance […]

Guam chasing basketball milestone in Asia Cup qualifiers

HAGATNA 1 (RNZ PACIFIC)—The Guam men’s basketball team is chasing history on home soil this week in two winner-takes-all Asia Cup qualifiers. The U.S territory beat Hong Kong in June to advance to a two-legged tie against Chinese Taipei for a place in the main draw. Crowds will be limited on both Thursday and Saturday, […]

Palau is protected says Whipps

With over 80% of Palau’s populations, over 97% of adults fully vaccinated, President Surangel Whipps Jr. said that Palau is protected from the feared effects of COVID-19 virus, which are severe illness, hospitalization and […]


Speaker Tadao Ngotel Scholarship Awarded

Since school year 2005, Former Speaker Tadao Ngotel began his private scholarship in hopes of helping Ngarchelong students achieve their goals of higher education.  This is the 17th year of the Speaker Tadao Ngotel Scholarship which is one of the private scholarship programs administered by Palau National Scholarship Board.  It is a one-time award of […]

Palau National Scholarship Board Awards 6 full scholarships for SY 2021-2022

Palau National Scholarship Board has completed reviewing and awarding this new school year 2021-2022 applications for PNSB financial assistance.  So far, the Scholarship Board is happy to report that among this year’s recipients are 6 outstanding students who were declared eligible to receive FULL scholarships. A recipient of the Palau full Scholarship must be at […]

Ypang Seinendang er Oreor donate to PCS

Ypang Seinendang er Oreor donate to Palau Conservation Society (PCS).  The traditional women’s group headed by Waisang Fritz Mariur presented the monetary donation to Palau Conservation Society’s Executive Director, Michelle Ngirutang.  In giving their […]

Don’t Consider Palau a Zero Risk Place

By Pingyuan “Edward” Lu (Director of Public Health Office, HSVG Mission) Many worldwide well-known experts and celebrities emphasized last year that vaccines would be the only solution to eradicate the COVID pandemic. Guam’s recent […]

Fifteen charged in Tonga cocaine investigation

NUKU’ALOFA, 23 AUGUST 2021 (RNZ PACIFIC)—The first packets of cocaine were handed over to Tonga Police last month triggering a large search operation on the outer island. A total of 15 people – 12 in Vava’u and three in […]

Former Angaur Governor Marvin Ngirutang

Court finds defendant Marvin Ngirutang in Violation of Probation

Must Report to Jail to Serve 30-Day Term of Imprisonment KOROR, PALAU – On Thursday, August 19, 2021, Presiding Justice Kathleen M. Salii of the Trial Division of the Palau Supreme Court issued a decision finding former Angaur Governor Marvin Ngirutang in violation of probation. The Probation Office reported Mr. Ngirutang failed to make payments […]

New correctional facility to open in 2023

The new correctional facility is expected to open in 2023 according to Director Ishmael Aquon. The facility which is more of a rehabilitation center will have separate facilities for women, men and juveniles.  It will also incorporate a farm  and other facilities to serve center. Aquon reported that once the facility completes around 2022, it […]


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Not all storms came to disrupt your life. Some come to clear your path. A little over 30 years ago I began to believe that something was terribly wrong with me. I was too […]

Deported sex offender arrives after borders re-opened

United States government deported to Palau a Palauan citizen convicted of sexual assault of a child in the United States.  The deported person, Mr. Avuelino Haruo, arrived unescorted on the August 14th flight via Guam. Mr. Haruo, according to documents submitted by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), had recently completed his sentence at the […]


APIA, SAMOA  — The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of Samoa participated in a groundbreaking ceremony today to officially start the upgrading of the country’s international port. Prime Minister of Samoa Fiame Naomi Mataafa gave the keynote address at the event that was also attended by Samoa’s Minister of Works, Transport, and Infrastructure […]


Emotional Support is verbal and nonverbal processes by which one communicates care and concern for another, offering reassurance, empathy, comfort, and acceptance. (Dictionary of Psychology). We can’t support people emotionally without emotional intelligence. Emotionally intelligent person is one with self awareness and self-control. She express herself with kindness and empathy. She understands. She is one […]

TikTok, YouTube and Facebook Want to Appear Trustworthy. Don’t Be Fooled.

By Ashley Boyd Ms. Boyd is the vice president of advocacy at the nonprofit Mozilla. (@2021 The New York Times)  TikTok made a big announcement last year. The company would open a Transparency and Accountability Center, giving the public a rare glimpse into how it works, including its algorithm. These A.I.-driven systems are usually black boxes, but TikTok […]

Pacific Islands regionalism critical amid geopolitical ‘contest of wills’: U.S Rep Case

HONOLULU, 13 AUGUST 2021 (EAST WEST CENTRE) —-Amid a regional rift among the countries of the Pacific Islands Forum and increasing great-power competition between the United States and China, U.S representative Ed Case said that it would be a “terrible tragedy” if the Forum were to split up. Five Micronesian states have announced plans to […]

Country that could vanish from the map as sea levels rise

Much of Tuvalu is just metres wide. Picture: Mick Tsikas/AAP ImageThe runway of the capital city’s airport jostles for space among the homes crammed around it, which themselves make way for two of the largest buildings – the nation’s parliament and the Princess Margaret Hospital – both with water views.In fact, everyone has ocean views […]

Embassy of the ROC(Taiwan) donates $400,000 worth of laptops and tablets to private schools in Palau

Today at a special handover ceremony at the Palau Ministry of Education, Ambassador Wallace M.G. Chow of the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) presented a donation of 70 laptops and 763 tablets with accessories to private schools in Palau – Palau Mission Academy, Seventh Day Adventist, Emmaus-Bethania High School, Belau Modekngei School, Maris […]

FILE – In this Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019, file photo, Christine Blasey Ford speaks at the ACLU SoCal’s Annual Bill of Rights Dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, in Beverly Hills, Calif. To attorney Debra Katz, who’s been representing accusers of powerful men engaged in sexual misconduct for four decades, including Christine Blasey Ford, accuser of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Charlotte Bennett, one of the earliest accusers of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo’s resignation marks “a really important moment of reckoning” for a movement that has shifted in and out of the spotlight. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

#MeToo Take 2? Movement’s strength hailed amid Cuomo fallout

By JOCELYN NOVECK AP National Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Anita Hill educated a nation about workplace sexual harassment back in 1991 with calm, deliberate testimony against Clarence Thomas. And today, 30 years later, she speaks in the same measured tones, eschewing dramatic declarations — especially of victory — and sounding more like the soft-spoken […]

Taiwan, US coast guards meet despite Chinese pressure

BEIJING (AP) — Officers from the U.S. and Taiwanese coast guards have met to discuss improving cooperation and communication despite efforts by China to isolate the self-governing island democracy. The virtual meeting held Tuesday came amid moves by the U.S. and others to defy Beijing’s pressure campaign aimed at compelling Taiwan to accept its view […]


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Palau mourns loss of two of its prominent citizens

In a country of 20,000 people, a loss of an individual is felt and when two prominent citizens whose lives have contributed immensely to the people and the country, that loss is felt by a nation, as two OEK Joint Resolutions clearly expressed.  Senate Joint Resolution 11-12 and House Joint Resolution11-14 express the loss felt […]

Fire-friendly weather to return to Northern California

By CHRISTOPHER WEBER and JONATHAN J. COOPER Associated Press Thick smoke that held down winds and temperatures began to clear Sunday from the scenic forestlands of Northern California as firefighters battling the largest single wildfire in state history braced for a return of fire-friendly weather. The winds weren’t expected to reach the ferocious speeds that […]

Marlins’ Brinson target of fan’s racial slur in Colorado

DENVER (AP) — Lewis Brinson of the Miami Marlins was targeted by a fan at Coors Field who repeatedly shouted a racial slur at the Black outfielder when he batted in the ninth inning Sunday. The slur was clearly heard on the Bally Sports Florida telecast of the Marlins’ 13-8 loss to the Colorado Rockies. […]

Fiji sevens captain Tuwai doubtful for Paris 2024

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The captain of Fiji’s Olympic-champion rugby sevens team, Jerry Tuwai, says he doesn’t expect to lead the team in its attempt to win a third consecutive gold medal at the 2024 Paris Games. Speaking from quarantine after the team’s return to Fiji, Tuwai, who was also a member of the […]


Vice President Uduch

Vice President and Minister of Justice J. Uduch Senior conducted this week’s press conference […]


Another car accident claims a life

Another tragic car accident claimed a young life this weekend, when a car collided with a power pole in Ngerderar, Aimeliik State. Police report revealed that at around 11:20pm on Saturday, July 31, 2021, a single car with 3 male occupants, ran off the road and struck a power pole with one of the men […]

Dale shares views on education at confirmation hearing

BY: Olkeriil Ngirudelsang Senate Committee on Education sat down yesterday for a confirmation hearing of Dr. Dale Jenkins’ appointment to the Ministry of Education. Held the same day as the opening of the first day of a new school year for public schools, the hearing was conducted by Senator Andrew Tabelual, Chairman of Committee on […]

Former Angaur speaker pleads guilty to criminal charges

Former Angaur State Speaker Leon Gulibert accepted a guilty plea agreement in which he pled guilty to 5 out of the 24 counts brought against him under criminal case no. 20-120. He pled guilty to Ethics Code Violation (misdemeanor), Terroristic Threatening in the First Degree (felony), Non-payment of Wages – Labor Trafficking (misdemeanor), Unified Tax […]

Court order suppresses evidence in major drug case

Trial court presiding Justice Kathleen Salii has issued an order granting a motion from defendant Teddy Teodoro to declare statements he made to the police inadmissible in court. Mr. Teodoro was charged on counts of Trafficking in Controlled Substance and Possession of Controlled Substance, in relation to a seizure of nearly 500 grams of methamphetamine […]

Team Palau returns home from Tokyo Olympics

Team Palau to the Tokyo Olympics returned home yesterday after giving their best during a brief debut at the Tokyo Olympics. The three Olympians representing Palau in swimming and athletics sports performed in their respective sports on July 30 and 31st and left on the 1st of August to return home. All three athletes performed […]

Bill returning public land to states passes Senate

A bill requiring that Palau Public Land Authority (PPLA) turn over public lands it holds to the states where those public lands are located passed 3rd reading in Senate once again.  Under the bill, PPLA must turn over lands to the state within 90 days, once formal request from the state is submitted. This is […]

Japan and Palau Signed approx. $1.8 million Grant Aid Contract to Promote Agriculture and Livestock Production in Palau

On July 30th, 2021, H.E. Karasawa Akira, Ambassador of Japan to the Republic of Palau, and H.E. Surangel S. Whipps Jr., President of the Republic of Palau, exchanged notes on the Japan’s Grant Aid “The Project for Assisting the Development of the Agriculture and Livestock Production Industry” for Palau. Hon. Hokkons Baules, Senate President, Hon. […]

PPUC signs Subsidiary Loan Agreement with MOF

On Friday July 30, 2021, the Palau Public Utilities Corporation represented by Chief Executive Officer Greg Decherong signed a Subsidiary Loan Agreement (SLA) with the Ministry of Finance represented by Minister Kaleb Udui, Jr. The SLA specifies the term for disbursement and repayment of the $10 million through the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Policy-Based Loan. […]

Blue Bay donates $2,500 to support Palau Conservation Society

Koror, Palau – Facing treacherous waters and unfamiliar terrain in a post-COVID world, Palau Conservation Society (PCS) continues to feel the effects of the ongoing pandemic that has left no country unaffected. Despite these unpredictable times, Corporate Partners for Conservation (CPC) continue to show support for Palau’s original local environmental organization. On July 29, 2021, […]

Kaleb Udui, Jr. to join APAFS Board of Governors

July 23, 2021 – Hon. Kaleb Udui, Jr., has joined the APAFS Board of Governors as one of three Board members from the Republic of Palau (“ROP”), representing the ROP Ministry of Finance where he serves as Minister of Finance. Minister Udui will join Board members Patrick U. Tellei, EdD,President of the Palau Community College, and Vice Chairman […]


Rukebai Kikuo Inabo to join APAFS Board of Governors

August 1, 2021 – Senator Rukebai Kikuo Inabo, AIF®, has joined the APAFS Board of Governors as a Board members from the Republic of Palau (“ROP”), representing the Senate Committee on Ways & Means and Financial Matters of the 11th Olbiil Era Kelulau, for which she serves as Chairwoman. Senator Inabo will join Board members […]

TTM assisted PCC-CRE Students strong Summer Camp on farming and cooking practice in Nikken Farm

Within the school break, the Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) and Bureau of Agriculture (BOA) helped PCC-CRE holding four-weeks summer camp (SersEd). Students aged from 9-18 came to Taiwan farm to visit, learn and hand-on practice about farming, in order to strengthen their understanding and passion in agriculture. The BOA extension officer Bernice Sidoi, TTM senior […]

Japan handed over medical equipment worth 383,000 USD to Belau National Hospital

On July 26, 2021, a ceremony was held at Belau National Hospital to hand over medical equipment, including defibrillators, ICU beds, and electrocardiographs worth 383,000 USD through the Japan’s Grant Aid project. The ceremony was attended by President Whipps, Ambassador Karasawa, and officials from Ministry of Health. The equipment handed over this time was procured […]

JICA and MHHS sign R/D for Telemedicine ICU project

On July 22, 2021, the President of the Republic of Palau, Surangel Whipps Jr., and JICA Chief Representative, Ryutaro Kobayashi, signed the Record of Discussions for the Project for Capacity Development of ICU Using Telemedicine under COVID-19 Pandemic. The tele-ICU project is designed to have remote trainings on medical care at ICU, advise engineers on […]

IOM & USAID provide humanitarian relief items to NEMO

Koror, Palau – July 20, 2021: Continuing off the strong partnership the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has established with United State Agency for International Development (USAID) the US Ambassador to Palau, His Excellency John Hennessey-Niland, handed over additional humanitarian relief items to the Palau National Emergency Management Office. Similar items were donated by the […]

Ministry of State-Bureau of Domestic Affairs Local Governance Strengthening Project

The Ministry of State/ Bureau of Domestic Affairs (BDA) through the Local Governance Strengthening Project (LGSP) in partnership with the Palau Community College-Continuing Education held an opening ceremony for the initial Administrative/Office Management Course for the Five Pilot States & Ministry of State. The Course commenced on July 19, 2021 and will conclude on July […]

Taiwan to sponsor Palau 27th Independence Day Fireworks Display

On July 13, 2021, Ambassador Wallace M.G. Chow of the ROC (Taiwan) presented a check of fifty thousand US dollars to Vice President and Minister of State J. Uduch Sengebau Senior at the witness of President Surangel Whipps, Jr. to sponsor Palau 27th Independence Day fireworks display. The donation demonstrates the comprehensive and substantive partnership […]

IOM provides handwashing items to MOE

Koror, Palau – July 15, 2021: Building off the strong partnership the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has established with the Ministry of Education installed public school’s hygiene facilities. The Covid-19 Response Project helps increase the capacity of the communities to prevent, detect and response to outbreak. Through this project IOM handed over 200 hand […]

OneReef, Hatohobei – Sonsorol Traditional Stewardship Summer Program

OneReef – Hatohobei (Helen Reef) – Sonsorol Traditional Stewardship Summer Program conducted by groups of elders from Hatohobei and Sonsorol including Helen Reef Resource Management Program sponsored by OneReef Organization.  The program started on June 28, 2021 recruiting their young generations from age 10 to 18.   On July 5th they had their opening ceremony and […]


Sink or swim: Can island states survive the climate crisis?

NEW YORK, 02 AUGUST 2021 (UN NEWS CENTRE) —Small island nations across the world are bearing the brunt of the climate crisis, and their problems have been accentuated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has severely affected their economies, and their capacity to protect themselves from possible extinction. We take a look at some of the […]

Report finds COVID-19 impacts unrelenting on the Pacific private sector

SYDNEY (PTI AUSTRALIA) —The fifteenth Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Pacific Business Monitor reports that sentiments among the Pacific business decision-makers remain critical and expected timelines for economic recovery are shifting back further. COVID-19 impacts on Pacific businesses have remained at severe levels since tracking began in May 2020, with between 79 to 92 percent of […]

No pathway to reach the Paris Agreement’s 1.5˚C goal without the G20: UN chief

NEW YORK, 26 JULY 2021 (UN NEWS CENTRE) —“The world urgently needs a clear and unambiguous commitment to the 1.5-degree goal of the Paris Agreement from all G20 nations”, António Guterres said on Sunday after the Group failed to agree on the wording of key climate change commitments during their recent Ministerial Meeting on Environment, […]

The Developing World Is a Tinderbox

By  Farhad Manjoo Opinion Columnist @ The New York Times Company The images flooding out of riot-torn South Africa are horrifying. On Tuesday, a woman in a high-rise building apparently set alight by looters tossed her child to the hoped-for safety of a crowd far below. Emergency workers have been attacked in several places; one medical service began transporting the injured in an armored […]

‘Pacific businesses in dire situation’

SUVA  (FIJI TIMES)—Business survivability in the Pacific is on the line and the situation has become more dire compared with last year. This was made known by the Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) during the Forum Economic Ministers virtual meeting last week. PIPSO vice chairwoman Jennifer Ula-Fruean told the ministers that Pacific businesses were […]

The Christian Right Is in Decline, and It’s Taking America With It

By Michelle Goldberg Opinion Columnist @2021 The New York Times Company The presidency of George W. Bush may have been the high point of the modern Christian right’s influence in America. White evangelicals were the largest religious faction in the country. “They had a president who claimed to be one of their own, he had a […]

Summer Travel Is Back. Earth Can’t Handle It.

To cruise or not to cruise? To safari or stay put? To fly — perchance to hang glide or kite surf into some un-Instagrammed country. So goes the great moral dilemma now lurking in the travel and tourism industry, perhaps the beating heart of global consumerist extravagance. Now that our year-plus fast is close to […]

Advancing together in Asia and the Pacific

Integrated approaches for climate-resilient development supported by UNDP are improving lives and livelihoods – and protecting the planet – as nations race to address the climate crisis  BANGKOK, (UNDP)—The climate crisis has put the very future of humanity at risk. Nowhere on earth are the impacts of this existential crisis more present than across the […]

We denigrate AstraZeneca at our Pacific family’s peril

Opinion by Edward Cavanough SYDNEY (SMH) — In 2019, when I was travelling in rural Solomon Islands, a companion suffered an asthma attack. We chartered a small boat to the nearest hospital, two hours away. There, we found a cluster of temporary-looking buildings that constituted the clinic. Nurses didn’t have footwear, many of the fibro […]

Strengthening Pacific Island countries’ financial sector amid COVID-19

By Katia D’Hulster, Geof Mortlock and Owen Nie SYDNEY (WORLD BANK) — The pandemic has severely affected several Pacific Island countries (PICs). In addition to the impact on public health, some of these countries had to grapple with the economic effects of COVID-19 on the tourism sector while dealing with natural disasters and political uncertainty. […]

Mothers are holders of traditional knowledge

SUVA, (SPC) — In April 2021, the Pacific Community (SPC) has coordinated the 14th Triennial Conference of Pacific Women and the 7th Meeting of the Pacific Ministers for Women, hosted by the Government of French Polynesia. The conference brought together decision-makers, development partners, research institutions and civil society organisations. Following this landmark event, SPC will […]

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Olympic Team Palau update

This week will be the last week for the Palau Olympic Team in Tokyo, Japan for the Olympic Games. Our three athletes […]

Tokyo Olympic Games Opens

Tokyo Olympic Games opens tonight 8pm with Palau Team and around 11,000 athletes representing around 205 countries. Palau will be marching with […]

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