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Vanua’aku Party (VP) Spokesperson, Avio Roberts, has said any motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Charlot Salwai and the Coalition Government he leads will be defeated.

A slate of financial reform amendments could have costly and far-reaching effects on local businesses and organisations. Owners and operators may find themselves subject to greater scrutiny—ev…

The Small Livestock Project to help farmers restart their lives on devastated islands following Cyclone Pam which hit on March 13 and 14 in 2015, is proving to be one success story.

Mahitahi Handikraf Senta on the sea front is accepting vendors to fill 53 stalls in the newly built cool, breeze-filled, open thatch-roofed house that will open on November 29..

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Digicel as our Official Sponsor and the Sponsor of the VAN2017 volunteer program was on hand to distribute the first uniform to the first volunteer waiting to collect his volunteer kit.

For the Past few days the region mourned the passing of one of the greatest football icon in the region.

Vanuatu Football Federation (VFF) i kam blong anaonsem Pacific Mini Games seleksen tim we semtaem hemi tim we bambae hemi pleiem Estonia long Tasde long Port Vila Stadium.

Vanuatu Cricket was fortunate to participate in the World Diabetes Day on Tuesday the 14th of November in collaboration with the Ministry of Health to run 3 days of diabetes cricket competition.

Foma jampion klab blong Port Vila Football Association, Erakor Golden Star FC we naoia oli stap wok had naoia blong pripea from Oceania Football Confederation Champions League, oli kikim off b…

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Tourism

Mahitahi Handikraf Senta on the sea front is accepting vendors to fill 53 stalls in the newly built cool, breeze-filled, open thatch-roofed house that will open on November 29..

The Government is set to host the inaugural Tourism Week bringing to Port Vila around 200 delegates to talk about tourism as an avenue for enhancing economic growth.

There is a growing confidence among tourism officials that the island of Tanna is getting tourists back, after being paralyzed in the aftermaths of cyclone Pam.

“It is estimated that the tourism sector alone contributes approximately 65% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product.