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At least two Covid-19 vaccines are expected to go into circulation shortly and the Marshall Islands is lining up to obtain an early batch, possibly as soon as January.
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.
The new head of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement is to relocate to the Marshall Islands as part of her role. Audio
Christchurch based Dr Sangaalofa Clark is readying to move to Majuro in the Marshall Islands to head up the Parties to the Nauru Agreement. . Audio
The last two repatriation groups arriving in the Marshall Islands from the US have three had individuals who tested positive after arrival.
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.
Six Pacific island countries have joined the United Nations Global Partnership for Education following the endorsement of their own plans for education.
The Asian Development Bank has approved a $US3 million dollars grant to improve access to safe water and sanitation in Ebeye.
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 Marshall Islands says it's ready to work with Covid-19 free countries in the Pacific to create economic opportunities amid the pandemic.
The continued bullying and intimidation tactics by China must stop, says a senior Marshall Islands official. Audio
The Marshall Islands has condemned what it calls the ongoing "bullying and intimidating" tactics by China in the Pacific region. Audio
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.