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Council of Chiefs forbids online gambling again!

Rubekul Belau (Council of Chiefs) once again opposes the proposal to establish online gaming in Palau, reiterating in its 4th letter to Olbiil ra Kelulau (national congress). “We firmly believe that gambling, whether online…

PPUC explains multiple power outages

The Palau Public Utilities Corporation (PPUC) explained multiple power outages this weekend starting with the island wide outage or blackout on Friday evening October 15, 2021. According to PPUC, a problem on a transmission…

Japan Hands Over Hand-Wash Stations to MOE

On October 15, 2021, His Excellency KARASAWA Akira, Ambassador of Japan handed over 62 hand-wash stations to Ministry of Education. The handover ceremony for “The Project for Facilitating Hand-Wash Stations…

Mental Culture

Listening to some of the Palauan talk shows on YouTube regarding…

PLASTIC BRAIN

I’m amazed at how God made our brain.  It is the most amazing and wonderful 3 pound engine in the world.  With your brain, you can destroy…

New Pacific Tuna brand aims to net funds for climate resilience projects

MAJURO (BUSINESS GREEN) –The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) and the U.S environmental organisation the Nature Conservancy have announced a new partnership to launch a new brand of tuna that will see profits returned to Pacific island communities that are facing escalating climate risks. Pacific Island Tuna (PIT) will supply canned tuna, certified by…

Decade of climate breakdown saw 14 percent of coral reefs vanish

NEW YOR (UN NEWS CENTRE) —Between 2009 and 2018, the continuous rise in sea temperature cost the world 14 percent of its coral reefs – that’s more than the size of Australia’s reefs combined – a UN-backed report revealed on Tuesday. In the Sixth Status of Corals of the World: 2020 Report, experts from the…

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27th Independence Day celebration featured lovely dancers, boat races and fireworks, lots of food and activities including a goodwill baseball game between 2 teams…

Making the best of what we have

The sharp clean colors of ocean blue with gold lettering outside of the Division of Corrections at the Bureau of Public Safety belies what lies inside the Koror Jail facility.  Hot, stuffy,…

MOJ divisions consolidated under BPS

Ministry of Justice is reorganized by Executive Order 462, signed 30th of September by President Surangel Whipps Jr. Under Executive Order 444, some of the Ministry of…

Palau celebrates 27th Independence Day

“To independence, freedom, and democracy! To thriving new normal, to peace, love, and unity! And to another 27 years of prosperity and peace!”, cheered President Whipps…

Palau ditches GRT for VAT system

Palau finally adopts a new tax regime, a Value Added Tax (VAT) system after more than 30 years using Gross Receipt Tax (GRT) system. President Surangel…

LONELINESS

The season of loneliness and isolation is when the caterpillar…

Chicken Adobo

Yesterday morning I could heqr my sister making noise in the kitchen. In a few minutes I could smell chicken adobo. Then I heard her son, “Mom, what…

Xi says China, Tonga to expand Belt and Road cooperation

BEIJING/NUKU’ALOFA, 27 SEPTEMBER 2021 (XINHUA) — China is ready to expand cooperation with Tonga in various fields within the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Friday. In a phone conversation with…

San Marino voters overwhelmingly back legal abortion

SAN MARINO (AP) — San Marino residents on Sunday voted overwhelmingly to legalize abortion, rejecting a 150-year-old law that had criminalized it and making the tiny republic the latest majority Catholic state to approve the procedure under…

Pelosi vows to pass $1T bill, move ahead on larger measure

WASHINGTON (AP) — With President Joe Biden’s broad domestic agenda at risk of collapse, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday vowed that Democrats will pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill this week and push ahead on the bigger $3.5 trillion…

OEK stops Pension contributions increase

Olbiil Era Kelulau (OEK-national congress) passed House Joint Resolution 11-16-3S stopping Civil Service Pension Plan from increasing government and semi-government employee contributions from 6% to 7%. Civil Service Pension…

Denial rights limits development: Whipps

In his first address at the United Nations General Assembly, President Surangel Whipps Jr. recognized the role the UN had in Palau’s independent movement and called out the limits of Palau’s Compact of Free Association (COFA) with the United States. Whipps acknowledged the role of the U.S.A. as an administrator under the UN trusteeship mandate…

The Silent Majority

by Alonzo ‘Al’ Kahalic alkahalic6801@gmail.com Dear Editor, I am writing to your good paper to introduce…

Belonging

Those who have a great sense of love and belonging have the courage to be imperfect. …

Fire consumes 2-storey wood and concrete home at “Siksia” Meketii, Koror.

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 in Koror. The families were quickly assisted…

Jazzmen Isaac who works with Koror State – State and Cultural Affairs / Youth Division give a talk with the media on the impact of COVID-19 and false information among the younger people. Photo supplied

Younger people rely on smartphones to access information

Young people rely on their smartphones to access information or news, according to a youth group representative. Jazzmen Isaac of Koror State – State and Cultural Affairs / Youth Division were among the four panelists in the Information Integrity workshop held last…

90% of Palau’s population vaccinated against COVID-19

By: Eoghan Olkeriil Ngirudelsang 90% of Palau’s population is now vaccinated against COVID-19 according to situation report issued yesterday September 20 by the Ministry of Health and Human Services(MHHS). This is well over the targeted herd immunity of 80% that Palau was initially aiming to reach. According MHHS, 14,644 adults over 18 have been fully…

KNOW YOURSELF

To know yourself is the beginning of wisdom.  -Socrates In the journey to the heart (our true and genuine self) is getting to know ourselves.  To be fully…

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New threats part of security concern: Fiji Military Commander

Republic of Fiji Military Forces(RFMF) Commander, Brigadier General Jone Kalouniwai says national security is no longer just about the traditional threats. The new Army Commander said non-traditional threat are a new area he will need some focus on. Kalouniwai who is also part of the National Security Secretariat with the Ministry of Defence said this…

Fiji PM Bainimarama wants to unite PIF member countries

SUVA, 20 SEPTEMBER 2021 (FBC NEWS)—Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has admitted there is distrust between Pacific Islands Forum member countries. Speaking on Radio Fiji One’s “Na Noda Paraiminisita” programme, Bainimarama says in his capacity as Chair he aims…

New PNMS Advisory Committee established to allow different stakeholders to provide input to the management of the Palau National Marine Sanctuary

The Palau National Marine Sanctuary (PNMS) Advisory Committee met earlier this week to officially formalize and sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) as a subcommittee for the National Environmental Protection Council (NEPC). Representatives from Government entities, Non-Government Organizations and private partners are voluntary members to the committee. “This committee will be a unique, inclusive space…

PPUC workshop on Development of Standards for Water and Wastewater Supply

Through a technical assistance (TA) from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), PPUC is working with an experienced consultant to develop standards for water supply and sewerage design and planning, operations and maintenance. On Thursday September 9, 2021, a virtual workshop was held between PPUC and ADB to introduce said project and assign tasks to be…

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Melemolem el Kaingeseu: Omak er PNCC me a PCS

(Continuing to support: Connecting PNCC to PCS) On September 2, 2021, the Palau Conservation Society (PCS) received an in-kind donation of $1,000 from the Palau National Communications Corporation (PNCC). Ms. Mayumi Remengesau represented PNCC…

Leon Gulibert Sentenced to Incarceration and Probation

KOROR, PALAU – On Monday, September 13, 2021, the President of the Angaur State Legislature, Leon Gulibert, was sentenced on Terroristic Threatening in the First Degree, Sexual Harassment, Labor Trafficking, violating the Code of Ethics and the Unified Tax Act. Before sentencing, the Court reviewed the Pre-Sentence Report prepared by the Probation Department including statements…

Mr. and Mrs. Pierantozzi continue to support PCS

Koror, Palau – The Palau Conservation Society (PCS) is always thankful to receive a donation from its donors. In this time of pandemic and world-wide financial crisis, the local conservation NGO understands the economic challenges that businesses are facing with a reduced customer base and challenges in the supply chain. On August 31, 2021, PCS…

SPACE

The word ‘Space’ in Hebrew means SALVATION.  I believe it’s GOD’S way of giving us space to move and grow in freedom. Eugene Peterdon writes, “The human…

Reimagining a more resilient UN system with Taiwan in it

By Jaushieh Joseph Wu, Minister of Foreign Affairs Republic of China (Taiwan) TAIPEI, 13 SEPTEMBER 2021 (TAIWAN EMBASSY)—After more than 200 million infections and over 4 million deaths and counting, the COVID-19 pandemic has raged across the globe. This has created a profoundly devastating socio-economic impact on our interconnected world, with virtually no countries spared.…

CNMI reaches 80 percent vaccination rate

SAIPAN, 13 SEPTEMBER 2021 (MARIANAS VARIETY)–Hopwood Middle School seventh grader Divine Baxter on Friday received her second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine which means that at least 80 percent of the CNMI’s eligible population are now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus disease. Together with her mother, Jolene Muna, Baxter encouraged other eligible community members to…

North Korea says it tested new long-range cruise missiles

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — 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 Korean Central News Agency said Monday the cruise…

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

WASHINGTON (AP) — As congressional Democrats speed ahead this week in pursuit of President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion plan for social and environmental spending, a Democratic senator vital to the bill’s fate says the cost will need to be slashed to $1 trillion to $1.5 trillion to win his support. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., also cautioned…

Japan extends virus emergency until end of September

TOKYO (AP) — Japan announced Thursday it is extending a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and 18 other areas until the end of September as health care systems remain under severe strain, although new infections have slowed slightly. The current state of emergency, which was to end on Sunday, was issued first in Okinawa…

LEADING OFF: Dodgers’ Urías seeks MLB-leading 17th win

A look at what’s happening around the majors today: ___ COUNTING UP Dodgers lefty Julio Urías (16-3, 3.11 ERA) tries to add to his major league-leading win total when he pitches at St. Louis. The 25-year-old is 7-0 in his last 12 starts. In that span, he has allowed more than two earned runs just…

Sports betting to start in Arizona in time for NFL season

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona’s first sports betting operations officially open for business Thursday in time for the start of the NFL season, with live wagers being taken on college and professional sports online and at two retail locations in Phoenix. The FanDuel Sportsbook at the downtown Phoenix arena where the Phoenix Suns play and temporary…

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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.  According to a press release from the Nauru government last Friday, President Lionel Aingimea says the signing of the agreement “symbolizes the profound relationship and friendship between Nauru and…

TRUST THE RIPPLE

(all things work together for good…)  What comes your way that’s disheartening and cruel is just a ripple effect.  It’s there to help you see there’s something that needs to be healed.  This has always been  true to me.  Schadenfreude is a German word meaning finding pleasure in other people’s suffering.  There are people that…

Air quality improvements from COVID lockdowns confirmed

GENEVA  (UN NEWS CENTRE) — COVID-19 lockdowns brought rapid and “unprecedented” improvements in air quality in some parts of the world – but not enough to halt climate change caused by global warming, UN weather experts said on Friday. According to the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO)’s Air Quality and Climate Bulletin, South East Asia saw…

U.S funding tapped for Pacific undersea cable after China rebuffed

PONPHEI, 06 SEPTEMBER 2021 (REUTERS) — The Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) will tap a U.S funding facility to construct a Pacific undersea communications cable, two sources told Reuters, after rejecting a Chinese company-led proposal that was deemed a security threat by U.S officials. The United States has taken great interest in several plans in…

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American Lora Webster: 5 months pregnant and after 5th medal

By STEPHEN WADE AP Sports Writer TOKYO (AP) — The volleyball phrase “bump, set, spike” has a special ring for American Lora Webster. She’s a sitting volleyball player at the Tokyo Paralympics, and for her the “bump” refers to something entirely different. She’s five months pregnant and expecting her fourth child. “I don’t really remember…

OCO 21st Annual Meeting – Transnational crimes require regional collaboration

SUVA 1 (OCO SECRETARIAT) —Despite border closures and reduced air and sea travel because of COVID-19, Customs administrations in the region say threats in the Pacific remain high from illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing fleets – as well as threats from illegal movements of people, drugs and weapons, which are often facilitated by trusted insiders.  …

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

On the 1st September 2021, the Indo-Pacific Deployment (IPD) unit of Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) composing of three ships, “JS KAGA,” one of the largest ship in JMSDF,“JS MURASAME” and “JS SHIRANUI” conducted a goodwill exercise with two Palauan patrol ships, “PSS KEDAM” and “PSS REMELIK II”. Through this first goodwill exercise between Japan and Palau in history, the two countries further deepened a bilateral defense cooperation to realize “Free and Open Indo-Pacific”.

The IPD unit is expected to anchor at Malakal Bay, Koror State, where the public will be able to see them from Icebox Park and on your boat from 9:00 on Thursday, 2nd September to 13:30 on Saturday, 4th September.

H.E. Surangel S. Whipps, President of the Republic of Palau and other Palauan top government officials are expected to take a look at the three Japan’s ships from the Palauan ship, “PSS KEDAM”.

During its visit to Palau, the IPD unit will take all the necessary preventive measures against COVID-19 to comply with the regulation of Palau.

[Information of the three Japanese ships]
1 JS KAGA
Number of Crew: 375 persons
Displacement: 19,950 tons
Length: 248.0 meters, Width: 38.0 meters,
Depth:23.5 meters, Draught: 7.2 meters

2 JS MURASAME
Number of Crew: 175 persons
Displacement: 4,550 tons
Length: 151.0 meters, Width: 17.4 meters,
Depth: 10.9 meters, Draught: 5.2 meters
(MURASAME: Photo by JMSDF)
3 JS SHIRANUI
Number of Crew: 166 persons
Displacement: 5.050 tons
Length: 151.0 meters, Width: 18.3 meters,
Depth: 10.9 meters, Draught: 5.4 meters

High court divides 5-4 to leave Texas abortion law in place

WASHINGTON (AP) — A deeply divided Supreme Court is allowing a Texas law that bans most abortions to remain in force, for now stripping most women of the right to an abortion in the nation’s second-largest state. The court voted 5-4 to deny an emergency appeal from abortion providers and others that sought to block enforcement of…

Walk Safe Mascot “Randy the Rooster” makes intro visit to KES student body

At the Friday, August 13th school assembly, Kotel A Deurreng President, Philomena Temengil and KES Principal Mayleen Ngiriou introduced the Walk Safe Mascot “Randy the Rooster” to the entire student body at Koror Elementary School (KES). Randy was greeted with much applause and excitement from the students. Randy the Rooster is the original mascot design…

FACT FOCUS: Trump, others wrong on US gear left with Taliban

By ALI SWENSON Associated Press The Taliban have seized both political power and significant U.S.-supplied firepower in their whirlwind takeover of Afghanistan, recovering guns, ammunition, helicopters and other modern military equipment from Afghan forces who surrendered it. But the gear the Taliban have obtained isn’t worth the $80 billion or more being claimed this week…

Guam marks 150th Covid death; logs 181 new cases, 45 hospitalizations

HAGATNA, (PACIFIC ISLAND TIMES) —-A 75-year-old man infected with Covid 19 died at the Guam Regional Medical City, the Joint Information Centre reported Wednesday. The patient— who became Guam’s 150th Covid-related fatality — was unvaccinated and did not have any reported underlying health conditions, the government said. The Guam Memorial Hospital, Guam Regional Medical City,…

Vanuatu and U.S. to negotiate project proposals

PORT VILA (VANUATU DAILY POST) — An agreement has been signed for Vanuatu and USA to negotiate projects to be implemented in Vanuatu. The government, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, signed this agreement with USA. USA has assisted the Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF) and Police with training on an ad hoc…

Fight for nuclear justice in the Pacific continues

MAJURO (ABC)—Marshall Islands’ National Nuclear Commissioner says her country and the Pacific continue to feel the pain from the legacy of nuclear tests by the United States and its allies. Speaking after the ‘International Day against Nuclear Tests’, Commissioner Rhea Moss-Christian told Pacific Beat that the U.S and other countries, who conducted tests in the…

MHHS identifies one probable case of COVID-19

The Ministry of Health and Human Services (MHHS) announced yesterday that a traveler from a Sunday flight arriving from Guam was identified as a probable case of COVID-19. IN a press release yesterday MMHS said that on August 29 COVID-19, health authorities and its borders partners launched testing of international travelers upon arrival  at the airport  MMHS said…



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Ms. Yania Kloulubak wins the 2021 EST Memorial Scholarship

Each year, the Palau National Scholarship Board helps administer the Elgina Sechedui Takeo (EST) Memorial Scholarship. And, on the 30th of August 2021, the children of late Sechedui Takeo presented the $500.00 scholarship check to the recipient, Ms. Yania N. Kloulubak. Yania’s Mother accepted her award. Yania is a Palau Mission Academy graduate who was…

Josiah Madlutk wins the Ngeremlengui State Scholarship for SY 2021-2022

This is the 5th year that the Palau National Scholarship Board has administered the Ngeremlengui State Scholarship (NSS). The Government of Ngeremlengui State created this scholarship to support its young people in reaching their educational goals. The eligibility criteria require the recipient to be a graduating high school senior from Ngeremlengui, State, with at least…

Japan and UNDP signed US$4.2 million grant to enhance border management for COVID-19 response and recovery in Palau, Fiji and Vanuatu

On 26 August 2021, the Government of Japan and the UN Development Programme (UNDP) have sealed a new partnership to support the ongoing efforts of COVID-19 response and recovery in the Pacific region through strengthening the systems and capacities of border control agencies in three countries namely Palau, Fiji and Vanuatu. The online ceremony was…

Japan Embassy in Palau most followed on Twitter among all the Japan Embassies abroad

The Embassy of Japan in Palau opened a Twitter account in October 2019 to disseminate information on the relationship between Japan and Palau, embassy events, etc. mainly to Japanese people. Tweets introducing the language and food culture shared between Japan and Palau have become popular, and the account has now over 40,000 followers. Finally, this…

BankGuam holding company declares dividends

BankGuam Holding Company (BKGMF) announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.10 per share for the holders of its common stock and a dividend payment to the holders of the Company’s 4.97% Fixed Rate/Floating Rate Noncumulative Preferred Stock, Series A, at its Board’s reg- ular meeting held on Monday, August…

Recipients of the Australian Embassy’s 2021 Direct Aid Program

The Australian Embassy is pleased to announce the following recipients of the Direct Aid Program (DAP) for 2021: Simaliwal – increasing the supply and production of taro and medicinal herb products in the community;Friends of the Palau National Marine Sanctuary, Inc. – using dive training to educate children on the environment and promote sustainable careers…

COVID-19 threatens Asia and Pacific’s progress on SDGs, ADB data show

MANILA, PHILIPPINES (24 August 2021) — The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is threatening Asia and the Pacific’s progress toward critical targets under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), according to a new report by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The pandemic pushed an estimated 75 million to 80 million more people in developing Asia into extreme…

Opinion

“A nuclear-free Blue Pacific must remain our legacy”- Forum Chair Frank Bainimarama keynote to Pacific event ahead of International Day against Nuclear Tests

SUVA (PIFS) — This Sunday, our Forum family joins the global community to commemorate the International Day against Nuclear Tests. A day devoted to honouring all victims and survivors of nuclear tests, to raising public awareness about the fatal consequences of nuclear explosions, and to remembering why nuclear testing must come to a permanent end.…

Marshall Islands leads the Pacific island region in updating its State of Environment report

MAJURO (SPC) — The Republic of the Marshall Islands is now working on updating their 2016 State of Environment (SOE) report.  This year, the 2021 SOE has a focus on multi-stakeholder engagement and input during its preparation.  The SOE Reports provides a status of the environment, helping policy and decision-makers make informed decisions when it…

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 case surge and Palau’s latest confirmed cases flying in from Guam have proven “the wonder shot” theory may be not so…

Saving the Planet While Ignoring Two Thirds of It

By Ian Urbina (@ Outlaw Ocean Project) For centuries, humanity has viewed the ocean as a metaphor for infinity. The assumption was—and frankly still is for many people—that the enormity of the sea comes with a limitless ability to absorb and metabolize all. This vastness is what lends the ocean deity-like potential. And more dangerously,…

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…

The world could hit 1.5C warming in a decade. That’s terrible news for the Pacific

By Mark Howden and Morgan Wairiu SUVA/CANBERRA (THE GUARDIAN)—A new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) finds that the world may warm by 1.5°C by the early 2030s, much earlier than previously estimated. It’s terrible news for the Pacific. With temperatures rising above 1.5°C, Pacific communities are likely to experience increasingly devastating…

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…


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