A presidential candidate in Palau says the number of women in politics is improving but it's still a man's world.
Palau will hold a presidential primary on Thursday and the top two candidates will go head-to-head in November's general election ballot. Senator Sandra Sumang Pierantozzi was Palau's first woman senator and is the only female candidate running for... + continue reading
Gov. Ralph DLG Torres signed the $142.2-million CNMI General Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2017, but not before vetoing sections on the bill to address critical areas in the Commonwealth. The Legislature—House and Senate—passed House Bill 19-196, SS1, CCS1 last Saturday and is now Public Law 19-68. The budgetary cuts made by the Legislature on the Marianas Visitors... + continue reading
Today's Pacific News
The Supreme Court of the United States has denied a petition of ‘writ of certiorari’ from five American Samoans, who are plaintiffs in the US citizenship case against the federal... + continue reading
On the 2 July 1998, the West Papuan Morning Star flag was raised on top of a water tower near the harbour in Biak. Up to 75 people gathered beneath it singing songs and...
Applications are now being accepted for the East-West Center's United States-South Pacific Scholarship.... + continue reading
A new report detailing the human rights abuses in West Papua has been published this week. The research aims to convince Pacific leaders on providing full membership of... + continue reading
High reported rates of type 2 diabetes in some Pacific Island nations have been called into question after Australian researchers found deficiencies in the methods used to test... + continue reading