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The Emmaus High School class of 2012 is an inspirational group of young men who lead by example. Seniors Tzun Rafael and Texterlan Tabelual spoke on behalf of their fellow seniors in a recent interview, sharing how their class took the initiative to better their campus and how the general public can contribute. Continue reading
Howard Charles is the most recent Palauan artist to come out with a new Christian music CD, but he’s part of a growing trend– an uplifting revival of Christian music. His new album “Going Home” (or “Mo Remei”) debuts this weekend and features a diverse range of Christian music that have inspired him throughout his life and teaching career. The music on his album range from sacred hymns to known short choruses. Continue reading
On December 02, 2011 Takashi Miyazawa and his wife Sanae Miyazawa were welcomed as the 100,000th tourists to Palau. Continue reading
The Ministry of Finance’s Bureau of Budget and Planning recently released it’s schedule of grants received– seventeen (17) grants worth $2,590,880. Continue reading
Thursday, March 01– Ngarchelong Delegate Marhence Madrengchar and Airai Delegate Tmewang Rengulbai introduced the “Economic Relief Act of 2012” and a House Joint Resolution, written by Ngaraard Delegate Gibson Kanai, to “provide economic relief for the people of the Republic of Palau by temporarily reducing the tax burden on gasoline wholesalers and retailers, so that the tax savings may be passed on to consumers in the lower gasoline prices.” Continue reading
Pastor Nob Kalau, President and CEO of Pacific Missionary Aviation (PMA), recently proposed to extend their existing flight operations from Yap to the Republic of Palau– specifically serving Peleliu and Angaur, for medical and commercial flights. Continue reading
Chief Justice Arthur Ngiraklsong dismissed a case brought forth by eight (8) plaintiffs who had run for Ngatpang State Legislature on December 21, 2010. The case ultimately became a question of “…whether the members of the Ngatpang State Legislature, under the State’s Constitution, are elected by the majority of the votes cast or by the majority of registered voters.” Continue reading