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The first group of workers to arrive in the Marshall Islands since the border was closed in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic are scheduled to arrive today on a chartered Fiji Airways flight.
Tuna transshipment activity in the Marshall Islands has picked up, but remains low compared to previous years, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the industry.
The Marshall Islands is reverting this week to Covid-free status following the medical declaration the US Army worker who tested positive two weeks ago is no longer contagious.
A repatriation flight to the Marshall Islands went ahead despite community calls to keep the borders closed following the two confirmed cases of Covid-19 in quarantine.
The first positive cases of Covid-19 were confirmed among two US Army workers who arrived on the missile testing range in the Marshall Islands.
2020 could be a record year for Marshallese deportations from the United States with at least 33 Marshallese in detention awaiting the opening of borders for deportation.
The first group of Marshall Islanders from a location with widespread Covid-19 could be repatriated later this month.
The tagging of over 6,000 tuna in the central Pacific over the recent weeks is being hailed for the data it will provide to ensure accurate assessments of stocks.
One of the largest ever Japan development projects for the Marshall Islands will inject nearly $US17 million to expand Majuro's water storage capacity by 40 percent.
The past six months have seen over a dozen reports to the Marshall Islands Auditor General's office of theft from and abuse of government offices.
The Marshall Islands is continuing to wrestle with an outbreak of dengue fever, 14 months after it initially hit.
Police in the Marshall Islands have confiscated three kilogrammes of cocaine that were brought into Majuro from a remote outer island.
The Marshall Islands has suspended non-essential outbound air travel in the wake of skyrocketing coronavirus infections in Hawai'i and Guam.
There are fears that a drop in fisheries revenue in the Marshall Islands could be more than the $US4 million initially forecast.
The repatriation of Marshall Islanders continues to be considered despite mounting cases of Covid-19 in Hawaii and Guam, the two principle points of departure for flights there.
Plans to repatriate Marshallese civilians stranded in the United States are pressing ahead as the repatriation of military personnel continues.
At least 70 Marshallese have died in the United States mainland from Covid-19, according to a report complied by the Marshall Islands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Momentum is developing behind efforts for renewed attention to lingering problems related to the US nuclear weapons testing programme in the Marshall Islands.
Covid-19 exposure in Hawaii reduced this week's US Army repatriation group to the Marshall Islands from 15 to 11, according to health authorities in Majuro.
A Spanish pilot, who missed his family after spending months on a boat in the Pacific, is facing illegal entry charges after he took off in a helicopter and landed in the Marshall Islands.
The Marshall Islands copra makers have delivered since January a bumper crop to Majuro's coconut oil processing factory.
Covid-19 has turned into the perfect storm for thousands of Marshall Islanders living in the United States.
The Marshall Islands has extended its ban on inbound travel to the country for another month in an effort to maintain its coronavirus-free environment.
Multiple guilty pleas by an American lawyer to illegal baby adoption-related criminal charges in the US have been hailed by the Marshall Islands attorney general as an example of results achieved…
The Marshall Islands has extended its ban on incoming travellers, but repatriated nine Marshallese stranded in Pohnpei and allowed the first group of five essential workers to return.