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A volunteer fair  that was organized by the Guam’s Rotary Club and Pacific Daily News to inform members of the public about the volunteer opportunities prevailed on the island was successfully ended. This fair was greatly helpful for non-profit organizations to recruit volunteers for upcoming events. The event was held on April 24th Sunday from […]

The four states in Micronesia include: Pohnpei (with the FSM’s capital city in Palikir), Kosrae, Chuuk, and Yap. According to an expert on Micronesia, it is uncertain whether Chuuk will get a chance to break away from the Federated States of Micronesia. The independence push coming from some of the pioneers of Chuuk, one of the […]

Three men who were stuck in an deserted island, Fanadik-Micronesia, were rescued by the US Navy and coast guard after seeing the letters- ‘HELP’ that were written on the beach. According to a Coast Guard spokesman, the rescue was a success because of the combined effort by both parties coupled with the willingness of many […]

A decision to support the use of the Pacific Region ARFF Training Center in Spain by sister islands in Micronesia was signed according to Commonwealth Ports Authority executive director MaryAnn Lizama. The leaders of Republic of Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of Marshall Islands, Guam and the CNMI all agreed to support the PRATC […]

Periods of rain during past weeks were not sufficient enough to overcome the extreme drought that is expanding and worsening across Micronesia according to the National Weather Service. According to some assessments done by the U.S Drought Monitor many locations across Micronesia are now in an extreme drought, which means the drought levels of 3 […]

Kosrae is considered the undiscovered Micronesia, an unblemished island, tropical beauty, peaceful and serene way of living surrounded by numerous villages. Kosrae sticks to the traditional way of living in a remote world. It is a beautiful island, exceptional in its setting, high mountain ridges and dense tropical forests. There are 7,000 islanders residing on […]