Editorial

Editorial – The sword of Damocles

According to Michael San Nicolas, Guam’s delegate to Congress, for unemployment funds and direct cash assistance from the federal government, the island’s residents can expect somewhere between $315 million and $503 million over...

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Too little, too late

Dr. Thomas Shieh and the Guam Medical Society were due to host an international conference on the coronavirus on March 15, bringing medical professionals in the private sector together with their government counterparts....

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Editorial – Villages and planning

Attendance at the 5th Annual Assembly of Planners on Feb. 20 at the Dusit Thani Guam Resort was certainly mixed. With representation from Government of Guam agencies, the Guam Legislature, various Guam organizations and the...

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Editorial – Weathering disease

One of the economy’s biggest threats is outbreaks. The Pacific region knows this well. In 2003, SARS killed over 800 people and caused a significant disruption for the islands. Tourism on Guam dropped by more than 25% in its...

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