The Arms Trade Treaty Working Group together with delegates from the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) and the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) during the July 17-18 the Sub-Regional Workshop held at the new Division of Marine Law Enforcement (DMLE) building.
After a controversy that beset the Palau Public Utilities Corporation (PPUC), the PPUC Board of Directors had elected new set of officers during its annual meeting held on July 18. According to a statement sent by PPUC to Island Times, Greg Decherong was elected as the new PPUC Chairman via unanimous votes, along with Ngiratmetuchel […]
Athletes participating in the on-going Micronesian Games held in Yap had been issued an alert cautioning them of the Little Fire Ants. Little Fire Ants are considered as aggressive invasive species whose sting could last for a week. Though tiny, Little Fire Ants could pose threats to agriculture as it would infest an area, damaging […]
Officials of the Korea Energy Agency (KEA), a Korea-based organization that promotes efficient and rational energy use, will arrive in Palau on July 23 to conduct a site visit in Peleliu State. KEA, together with personnel from the Palau Energy Administration (PEA), will be scouting data for a feasibility study that will help Palau determine […]
The Palau Protected Areas Network Fund (PAN Fund) and Palau Protected Areas Network Office (PAN) concluded the PAN Recognition Program for fiscal year 2018 with a Learning Exchange to the 2018 Scuba Show in Long Beach, CA June 23- 24, 2018. This year’s recognition program was initiated with “Employee of the Year” program where PAN […]
Starting Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 and also on Thursday, July 19th, and Sunday, July 22nd, from 2pm-4:30pm at the Angel Center, we will paint a printed design which will be on white T-shirts and cooking/baking healthy cake or/and cookies. If you have a white T-shirt, bring it and we can put design on it or […]
The Palau Pacific Resort conducted a tour for Students from the Emmaus Gospel Kindergarten on July 13, 2018. The children were given a short tour around the Resort’s fish pond where they were able to observe turtles, stingrays and feed fishes. The little ones were also treated to snacks and light refreshment. (Contributed Photo)
Seven students have completed their summer internship at the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC). Throughout their time at PICRC, the students were able to work with their mentors on individual projects to gain hands on experience in the field of science. With guidance from their mentors, the interns carried out various projects, which involved […]