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Keiden S Kintol
Special Assistant to Vice-President
Public Relation/Information Representative
Republic of Palau

 

On Sunday August 7, 2017 at about 22:54 hours, Division of Fire &
Rescue received a call informing them of a fire at the old Neco
Building which used to be a Chinese Restaurant in Idid, Hamlet. Upon
arrival at the scene, the fire was about 80% engulfed so they laid out
hoses and stared fighting the fire. The fire was fully decimated at
about 03:22 hours.

On Tuesday August 8, 2017 at about 11:45hrs the Division also received
a call regarding an Automobile Fire in Meyuns, Koror. Upon arrival at
the scene, the fire appeared to be getting bigger and coming out of
the window. The fire fighters started extinguishing the vehicle by
suppressing the fire from the interior until it died out. They let it
cooled off and located the Battery and disconnected it at about
12:25hrs. The vehicle is said to be owned by Valiant Tirso from
Echang.

This is all the information that I can share right now, but both cases
are under investigation at this time, and more information will be
shared once the investigations are complete and filed.

Keiden S Kintol
Special Assistant to Vice-President
Public Relation/Information Representative
Republic of Palau

 

This is just a Tip to help raise awareness.

Received information today regarding a Bangladeshi operated store in
Malakal selling individual sticks of cigarettes for 50 cents. We asked
that the individual provide an evidence, so a Picture is attached to
this message. As you are well aware, it is illegal to sell sticks of
cigarettes, but that does not deter such sellers from continually
breaking the law.

Time: 1:40
Date: 8/9/17
Location: LM Malakal Store In Malakal Next to Kings

Subed ra kemeldilel a RECHEKEMUR REMOKET NGIRIOU

~ Mlo smecher: July 23, 2017
~ Kemeldiil & Cheldecheduch: Sunday, August 13, 2017

~ Tuobed ra mork ra 7:30am e di melemalt el mora Bai ra Ngermetengel, Ngeremlengui e mengemediil el mo lmuut ra lebora olekull ra telial sils. Tia mo kemeldiil ma cheldecheduch ra osisiu el sils.

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Subed ra Kemeldillel a SMITH SIABANG

~ Mlo smecher >> July 10, 2017
~ Kemeldiil >> August 4, 2017 (Friday)
~ Mo tuobed ra mork er sel tutau ra 6:30am el mo e ra Ngarchelong el mo ra bai ra Iebong e mengemeldiil e mochu ra ked ra telial sils.

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Subed ra Kemeldillel a MITSKO SBAL

~ Mlo smecher >> June 30, 2017
~ Kemeldiil >> August 4, 2017 (Friday)
~ A bedengel nkal chad a mo tuobed ra mork ra 7am e mora Ikelesia e mochu mengemeldiil ra blil a Joseph Yamanguchi el ngara Ngerchemai.

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Subed ra Kemeldiil ma Cheldecheduch ra ALEXANDER SANDEI IYECHAD

~ Mlo smecher >> July 7, 2017
~ Kemeldiil e Cheldecheduch >> August 4, 2017 (Friday)
~ Mo tuobed ra August 4 ra tutau e mora bai ra Melengel el ngara Airai e mengemeldiil el mo telial sils e mora ked.

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Subed ra Kemeldillel a BASILIA ADELBAI RINGANG

~ Kemeldiil >> August 5, 2017 (Saturday)
~ A kemeldilel ngkal ngelekel a Adelbai Mechadelchutem a di morngii ra blil a ngelekel ra Lloyd Ueda el ngara Sireib, Ngerbeched.

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Subed ra Kemeldillel a DANIEL SUMANG SABO

~ Mlo smecher >> July 22, 2017
~ Kemeldiil >> August 5, 2017 (Saturday)
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 7am e mora Bai ra Ngerubesang ra Melekeok e mengemeldiil el mo telial sils e mochu ra olkull ra Tochebei.

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Subed ra Kemeldillel a TRACHOL SEKOOL

~ Mlo smecher >> July 15, 2017
~ Kemeldiil >> August 5, 2017 (Saturday)
~ Bedengel a mo tuobed ra mork ra 8am ra August 5 e di morngii ra Bai ra Ibelau el ngara Ngerchemai e mo telial sils e mochu ra ked.

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Subed ra Ongtil a ngeseu ra bechil a BEDASTO el TRACHOL SEKOOL

~ Tial ongit ra ngeseu a mora rokui el chedal a Lemei el mora blil a Koichi Lemei ra Diberdii ra Friday el August 4, 2017 ra suelb el mo ieta sils mel ngesutrir ra sese el udoud el kirel a bechil a Bedasto el Trachol Sekool el mla mo smecher.

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R.I.P.

PRESS RELEASE
July 31, 2017
Koror, Republic of Palau

Matthew Arurang
Sales/Operation Support
Blue Bay Petroleum, Inc.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 Final Drawing Winners for Blue Bay’s $pend This $ummer Promo

Drawing was held on July 31, 2017 at Midtown Gas Station

 

$200 Gift Certificate Winners

  1. NIVA SILES
  2. RANDY C SOLA
  3. HAIDY MASAHIRO
  4. GEORGIA RENGUUL
  5. YA-YAN FANG ERICA
  6. SCOTT FRANZ
  7. EBIBEI SOLANG
  8. HOSEA SUMANG

 

Blue Bay wishes to thank everyone for participating in this promotion. We will continue to look for better offers and opportunities for the community.   For more information on Blue Bay Petroleum, Inc.’s 2017 promotions please visit us on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bluebaypetroleumpalau.

Palau International Coral Reef Center
Press Release
For Immediate Release
Contact: Ines Kintoki
Phone: 488-6950 ext. 244
Email: ikintoki@picrc.org
Date: July 26, 2017

Photographed left to right: Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, Ilebrang U. Olkeriil, Bernadette Valencia, Mingrang Kloulechad, and Harlen Herman


Matson donates to PICRC
 

On July 25, 2017, Matson donated $1,000 to Palau International Coral Reef Center.  Matson, a loyal supporter and partner in the region continues to contribute to the protection of the environment and conservation in Palau, Guam, and the region. Not only does Matson support PICRC it also contributes to Palau Conservation Society.

As a leader in Pacific shipping, Matson continues to strengthen its ocean transportation services for Hawaii, Alaska, Guam, Micronesia and the South Pacific. In the past decade, the Matson fleet has welcomed four newly-built containerships, all equipped with more fuel-efficient diesel engines, state-of-the-art shipboard technology and a number of “green” environmentally friendly design elements.  It is truly a leader in the Pacific not only in shipping but also for the environment.  In addition, Matson, Inc. established the Matson Foundation to administer all of the company’s corporate giving programs.  The Matson Foundation contributes funds, material goods and services to assist in the development and operation of not-for-profit, charitable and community organizations in the geographic locations in which Matson has business operations.

“Throughout the company’s long history, Matson has demonstrated its commitment to supporting organizations that seek to improve the quality of life in communities in which our employees live and work,” said Matt Cox, president and CEO, Matson, Inc.

PICRC would like to thank Ms. Bernadette Valencia, the General Manager for Matson, in Guam and Micronesia region for their generous contribution.   Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, Chief Executive Officer for PICRC expressed their appreciation, “It is because partnerships like Matson, from the private sector that public organizations like PICRC can continue to thrive to better research the environment and provide information to help for its conservation.  We greatly appreciate the private public partnerships that make our work possible”.

 

Office of the Vice-President and Ministry of Justice
Press Release
MOJ Serial No. PR-17-026
Date: July 26, 2017

 

Palau Pacific Resort Donates to Division of Corrections

On July 26th 2017, the Bureau of Public Safety’s (BPS) Division of Corrections (DOC) received donations from Palau Pacific Resort (PPR) of 110 Bath Towels. The donations were signed off by PPR General Manager Mr. Naoyuki Maedani as part of the

Resort’s Community Care Program. Chief Ricky Ngiraked and his officers were present to accept the donations from Mr. Simon Ramarui, Jr whom is the Executive Housekeeper for PPR.

According to Chief of Division of Correction Mr. Ngiraked, there are a total of 80 prisoners; therefore the donations will surely be distributed to each and every inmate, while the rest will be stored for future uses.

On behalf of the BPS and DOC, the Office of the Vice President and Ministry of Justice would like to take this opportunity and thank Palau Pacific Resort, Mr. Maedani and the rest of its staff for its contributions and its endless community care program donations and effort to the public, especially to the Bureau of Public Safety.

Thank you.

Palau International Coral Reef Center
Contact: Ines Kintoki
Phone: 488-6950 ext. 244
Email: ikintoki@picrc.com
Press Release
For Immediate Release
Date: 07/25/2017

Photographed left to right: Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, PICRC CEO and Dr. Natsumi Higa, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Environment.

 

PICRC establishes relationship with Japan’s International Coral Reef Research and Monitoring Center

On July 25th, 2017 Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) and International Coral Reef Research and Monitoring Center (ICRRMC) of Japan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two Centers. The Signing Ceremony was held at PICRC ground.

PICRC’s CEO, Dr. Yimnang Golbuu and Dr. Natsumi Higa, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Environment, participated in the signing ceremony.  Accompanying Vice-Minister Higa in the signing ceremony were Mr. Naohisa Okuda, Director, Biodiversity and Policy Division of the Ministry of Environment, Ms. Mari Yamazaki, Technical Official, Ministry of Environment, Mr. Koji Matsuo, Secretary to the Parliamentary Vice-Minister, Ms. Mari Sekiguchi, Interpreter, and Mr. Takao Mochida, from the Embassy of Japan here in Palau.

Joining Dr. Golbuu in the signing ceremony was Ms. Geraldine Rengiil, Director of Research and Aquarium, Ms. Mingrang Kloulechad, Director of Administration, Ms. Ilebrang Olkeriil, Development Coordinator, Ms. Anna Parker, Communication and Outreach Officer and Ms. Ines Kintoki, Communication and Outreach Assistant.   Dr. Takashi Nakamura, Chief Advisor of Palau Coral Reef and Island Ecosystem Project (P-CoRIE) and Dr. Seiji Nakaya P-CoRIE Project Coordinator also attended the signing ceremony.

In his opening remarks Dr. Golbuu stated, “We are delighted to officially establish ties with Japan’s International Coral Reef Research and Monitoring Center. Our long and productive relationship with Japan began with the construction of the Center, which was made possible through the Japan Technical Cooperation Program.  Ever since the Center opened in 2001, we have worked with Japan to support and improve the Center.   This MOU represents our intention to continue this fruitful collaboration and work with Japan’s International Coral Reef Research and Monitoring Center for coral reef conservation in Palau, Japan and the region.”

The MOU signifies the shared recognition of the importance of coral reef ecosystems, which are vulnerable to climate change and local disturbances.  ICRRMC and PICRC are both engaged in promoting research, monitoring, public awareness, environmental education and other activities for the sustainability of coral reef ecosystems. With coral reef conservation as a common objective, this memorandum is a mutually beneficial agreement that will enhance cooperative interactions and the exchange of knowledge between the two Centers.

“I happen to have been blessed with the opportunity to see Nikko Bay and I found that this Bay may have the potential power to save the worlds coral reefs.” Vice-Minister Higa expressed during her special remarks. “I have high hopes that this work can be achieved and together we can contribute to conserving the coral reefs in all of the Pacific.”

 

 

 

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