• By Glenda Willie
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The Melanesian Spearhead Group’s Leaders Summit scheduled to be hosted in Port Vila from October 3-4 2016 has been postponed to December.

  • By Len Garae
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Mele Maat Primary School English teacher Michael Edward and his year 7 students toured the Daily Post Offices yesterday, to learn how a news story is written.

  • By Len Garae
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The South Sea Shipping Office has 700 job applicants waiting to be interviewed next month, while 1,200 applicants have been asked to provide extra information to support their applications.

  • By Len Garae
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Vanuatu Direct Ltd owner Cornelia Wyllie successfully passed on a rope to connect all the participants of a day-long National Fruit and Vegetable Strategy Workshop at the Holiday Inn three days ago

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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Bilateral talks between Vanuatu and New Caledonia were held in Port Vila Thursday when Prime Minister Charlot Salwai and the Minister for Infrastructure and Public Utilities Jotham Napat met with a heavy delegation from New Caledonia, led by the Minister of Transport, Gilbert Thuyenon.

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Eleven of the jailed politicians serving time for bribery had additional years added to their jail term, after they were sentenced for conspiracy yesterday morning.

  • By Harrison Selmen
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The Northern Islands Stevedoring Company Limited (NISCOL) million dollar Wharf Project loan from the Exim Bank is the biggest uncertainty of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC)

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The four bus and taxi drivers responsible for the kidnapping of Vanuatu Helicopters Manager, Florence Lengkon will reappear before the Supreme Court Monday next week for sentencing

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  • By Godwin Ligo
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The Vanuatu West Papua Association is hosting a “Wantok Summit” for Free West Papua Civil Society Organization support group in the Melanesian region of Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Kanaky, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and West Papua at the Vanuatu Christian Council (VCC) office, 8.30 am today.

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A Vt16 million project will soon be implemented to support communities and Rural Training Centres (RTCs) to design and build vernacular architectural style houses that are resilient to natural disasters, particularly cyclones on Tanna.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Just after its establishment, the Freswota4 Flea Market Committee, announced it has received its first donation from the Minister of Education, Jean Pierre Nirua.

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The first National Right To Information (RTI) Web Accessibility Guidelines for government web developers and web content officers was officially launched this week by the Government

  • By Len Garae
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Joy was reported onboard the giant Cruise Liner Sun Princess, when it rescued five people on a drifting boat in foggy weather far from West Coast, Santo in the early hours of Monday this week.

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In a judgment dated the 22nd September, the Supreme Court of Vanuatu ruled in favour of the Utilities Regulatory Authority on four questions brought under judicial review by UNELCO.

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Port Vila Municipality’s Town Clerk, Ronald Sandy, is currently under investigation over allegations which are yet to be revealed by the responsible authorities.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The Catholic Church with the Protestant churches in Vanuatu, have taken a joint lead to establish, for the first time in the country’s history, a new initiative which is to establish school cooperative society.

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President of the Taxi Association, Elton Worwor has been acquitted from one charge of unlawful assembly with transport drivers at a meeting in March this year where Ms. Florence Lengkon was assaulted.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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“To me, and I believe many others, the government-proposed income tax, is ill-conceived, planned, prepared behind the scene before brought out to the public in the name of ‘consultations’

  • By Len Garae
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The Director of Trade, Sumbe Antas, literally labelled imported canned meat from two nearby neighbour countries as “rubbish meat”, during PACER Plus consultations at Warwick Le Lagon last week.

  • By Bob Makin
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The Vanuatu Cultural Centre in collaboration with Dr Stuart Bedford (Australian National University), Dr James Flexner (University of Sydney) and Dr Frédérique Valentin (Université de Paris)

  • By Anita Roberts
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Tourism in Torba province looks promising and its small beautiful islands are looking forward to welcoming more tourists in the upcoming months/years now that more new tourism products have been developed.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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The Minister of Health, Toara Daniel, and the Minister of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM), Gaetan Pikioune, jointly laid a foundation stone for a dispensary for Lati village on East Santo

  • By Harrison Selmen
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A small boat that went missing with five passengers reportedly on route from Port Olry to West Coast Santo has been located and attempts to rescue it were going ahead when Daily Post went to print yesterday.

  • By Harrison Selmen
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The members of the Harvest Church in Blacksands Area, Port Vila received 110 cartons of tile from the Nambawan Wota company, for their new church building currently under construction, on Thursday.

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Over 100 dignitaries and invited guests joined Ambassador Liu Quan and his staff in toasting the People’s Republic of China, which celebrated its anniversary on September 21.

  • By Len Garae
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Handicrafts is worth Vt1 billion, according to TVET research when it is promoted as a business and provides market quality supplies on demand consistently to the tourism industry.

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