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In fewer than six months, the number of domestic violence complaints lodged with the Marshall Islands High Court is already double the number of cases in all of 2020.
The Marshall Islands launched Covid-19 vaccinations for commercial fishermen temporarily in port Majuro - possibly the first Pacific island to vaccinate fishermen.
Tuna transshipment activity has begaun to rebound in the marshall islands after the government eased quarantine rules.
A powerful Pacific island fisheries bloc opened a multi-million dollar, four-story headquarters in the Marshall Islands.
Marshall Islands parliament recognises US commander for supporting the goverment's Covid-19 response.
The Marshall Islands has halted usage of the Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine following a directive from the US Centers for Disease Control.
A one million dollar loan fund to stimulate participation of Marshallese women in business may finally see the light of day in the coming months.
A PhD student from the FSM has become the first person from her nation to explore the ocean floor in the southern end of the Marianas Trench.
The Marshall Islands has launched the process for officially ending its membership in the Pacific Islands Forum.
The Marshall Islands has pulled out of a Pacific regional Covid vaccine program because a steady stream of vaccines from the US government.
The Marshall Islands must withdraw from the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) to maintain its integrity, according to senior opposition MP David Paul.
MPs in the Marshall Islands parliament have called for re-evaluating, but not dropping, ties to the Pacific Islands Forum amid a growing split at the regional body.
A fisheries initiative has been launched in the Marshall Islands that aims to identify how the western Pacific nation can expand its involvement in the "value chain" of the tuna fishery.
The Marshall Islands Marine Resources Authority has signed on one of the Pacific region's top fisheries experts provide it legal advice.
Three United States-affiliated countries in the north Pacific have launched aggressive Covid-19 vaccine programs
The Marshall Islands has became the first independent nation in the Pacific region to begin Covid-19 vaccinations.
Fisheries revenue normally injects between 10 and 15 percent of the government's total annual revenue, but several factors in 2020 means this could fall significantly.
Marshall Islands police have destroyed over 635 kilogrammes of cocaine after the cache of drugs drifted into a remote atoll.
The latest drug charges in the Marshall Islands are spotlighting the country's cocaine problem, and authorities have two theories about how the narcotic comes to be washed up on their shores.
The international airport in the Marshall Islands took on a festive air on Friday as a special charter flight arrived bringing several dozen workers and their families.
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.