A new fishing Project launched yesterday on Nguna island aims at addressing the high employment rate on the island.
Port Vila Rotary thanks all its generous sponsors that made the annual Rotary Golf Day a resounding success.
The Minister of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM), Gaetan Pikioune, has responded to some of the issues raised by the MP for Ambae, Jay Ngwele, on Daily Post, dated November 15, 2017 pert…
“I feel blessed to be part of the Fish 2.0 2017 competition, it’s been amazing an opportunity, through the competition I’ve become clearer of my vision for Shepherd Islands Organic Seafood and…
The government of New Zealand (NZ) gave a strong message to foreign countries/fishing vessels over Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing in the Pacific region at COP23.
The Department of Laefstok is engaging the Land Resource Division of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) to train senior management and field officers from the department, on using …
Participants from around the South Pacific namely Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu have taken part in the Regional Development through Sports Promotion in Japan last month.
As one of the leading rugby kit maker in the Southern hemisphere, Hong Kong based sportswear Impact Prowear are happy to announce that they will go into partnership with the Vanuatu 7s Pacific…
Vanuatu Netball Courts has been painted in full green depicting the colours of Bank of South Pacific Vanuatu.
The closer the Opening Ceremony gets, the more the Spirit of the Games is felt.
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.
Deputy Prime Minister of Vanuatu, Joe Natuman who is also Minister for Tourism participated in the 22nd General Assembly of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) on 11th to 19t…
“It is estimated that the tourism sector alone contributes approximately 65% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product.
The Vanuatu delegation that is currently in Qingdao, China, have been assured of enhancing the potentials in the industries of Tourism and Fisheries.