Lawmaker says Guam, CNMI must ‘look after each other’ amid rising tensions in the region

In the face of escalating threats in the region, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas (CNMI) House Floor Leader Edwin Propst said Guam and the Northern Marianas must join hands in preparing the island communities for

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‘Wall of shame’ faces mounting protests in Guam

Guam’s attorney general is facing a wave of backlash over his billboard campaign to deport convicted aliens, which critics described as “dehumanising.” Douglas Moylan, however, defended his “Deport Air

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Guam eyed as Micronesian hub for Nauru Airlines

Guam leaders have begun a dialogue with Nauru Airlines to explore air service expansion and consider a proposal to create a regional hub on island. The meeting between Guam officials and Nauru Airlines executives

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‘Very early stages’ of talks on viability of Nauru Airlines’ direct Australia-Guam route

Visiting Nauru Airline officials on Tuesday met with Guam Governor Lou Leon Guerrero and other local officials on the possibility of adding Guam to Nauru Airlines’ route, as it once did in the 1990s and early 2000s.

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U.S Marines’ transfer to Guam from Okinawa to start in December

The transfer of U.S Marine Corps troops stationed in Japan’s Okinawa to Guam will start in December, a Marines official said Sunday, the latest development in a long-agreed Japan-U.S forces realignment plan aimed

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Washington nixes Guam and American Samoa’s bid for PIF membership

The federal government has poured cold water on Guam and American Samoa’s hopes of gaining membership of the Pacific Islands Forum, stating that U.S. territories are constitutionally restricted from representing

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Blas: CIFA doesn’t clear out outstanding tabs for Compact impact owed to Guam

The U.S. federal government still owes Guam for the costs incurred by the territory on services provided to migrants from the freely associated states over the past 20 years, Senator Frank Blas Jr. said.  According to

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15th University of Guam Conference on Island Sustainability

April 9, 2024 Location: Hyatt Regency Guam For 15 years, we confronted challenges, developed innovations, and revealed solutions. Scaffolding the infrastructure of meaningful partnerships, we built a network of

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Guam launches $11.4m project to expand broadband in southern villages

The Office of the Governor today announced the launch of a new fibre and 5G installation to expand broadband coverage in Southern Guam.  The $11.4 million project awarded to IT&E was authorised by the U.S

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U.S. Air Force plans to host 12 Singapore fighter jets on Guam

The U.S. Department of Air Force is proposing the beddown of up to a dozen Singapore Air Force F-15 fighter jets, which forms part of a 2019 agreement with the Asian ally to establish a permanent training detachment at

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Guam has highest rates of lung cancer per capita in the world

Guam has the highest incidence of lung cancer per capita in the world and among the U.S. Asian Pacific islands, or USAPI. Why, is a question health providers who are part of the Pacific Island Partnership for Cancer

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Guam’s Pacific Games paddling team is going against world’s best

Next month’s Pacific Games in the Solomon Islands hosts a variety of sporting events – tennis, archery, athletics, boxing, rugby, weightlifting, and much more. And while all noble pursuits, the outrigger canoe

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