• By Harrison Selmen
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Prime Minister (PM), Charlot Salwai, has called for Unity amongst the islands of the Shepherd groups.

  • By Glenda Willie
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Tanna Coffee Sales and Marketing Officer has thanked the media for ongoing publicity of the local product, as more locals have tended to visit their shops compared to the past.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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Parliament will now only meet for its Special Sitting next week to debate the Report of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Constitutional Review after the Second Ordinary Sitting was adjourned yesterday

  • By Len Garae
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A powerful Chinese Friendship Delegation from the Guangdong Province has returned to Vanuatu to follow up on the Memorandum of Understanding it signed between the Shefa Provincial Secretary

  • By Jonas Cullwick —
    Denarau, Nadi,Fiji
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Vanuatu has signed amendments to the US Pacific Tuna Treaty, becoming the last country at this Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission meeting in Nadi, Fiji this week to put pen to paper.

  • By Harrison Selmen
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A former Union of Moderates Party (UMP) councilor and an Independent candidate from Mele Village have switched allegiance to the Reunification Movement for Change (RMC) on Wednesday this week.

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  • By Len Garae
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The entire national kava collection at the Vanuatu Agriculture Research Training Centre (VRTC) on Santo, which is also the richest collection in the world for this plant species

  • Compiled by Glenda Willie
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A national policy and implementation strategy with special reference to maternal health and child survival, has been launched Tuesday morning.

  • By Harrison Selmen
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It is common to find people living in urban areas complaining so much about the poor government services even though they do have access to these services in the urban area.

  • By Len Garae
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The Governor of the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu (RBV), Simeon Athy has congratulated ANZ Bank Vanuatu for introducing MoneyMinded in Vanuatu and launching the outcome of its first impact report survey for 2016.

  • By Harrison Selmen
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After the long years of patience and commitment serving the country in the Health Sector on a contractual basis, 73 nurses from Shefa and Penama Provinces have finally now been appointed as permanent

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  • By Harrison Selmen
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The Public Service Commission (PSC) has installed in their office the GPS monitoring system to monitor the routes of all government-owned vehicles.

  • By Len Garae
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“ANZ is committed to making a significant contribution to the economic development and wellbeing of the communities we serve through building financial inclusion and capability

  • By Godwin Ligo
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Six Public Servants made history yesterday by becoming the first ever public servants to receive awards of the Public Service Commission under the PSC theme “Striving For Excellence in the Public Service”.

  • By Anita Roberts
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One hundred and one young and promising males and females are now ready to begin their profession as teachers after graduating with diplomas from the Vanuatu Institute of Teachers Education (VITE) yesterday.

  • By Len Garae
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“We say to all those who have a disability, be inspired by these two young men; find your passion and pursue it, you will inevitably face challenges but if you work hard you will succeed.”

  • By Len Garae
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“We have many ships and many passengers that will be visiting our wonderful Island Nation this month and beyond so please every taxi, bus, water taxi, market vendor, cafe, bars and retail shop

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A total of 14 pieces of legislation, including the 2017 budget bill, are on the order table for the 2nd Ordinary Session of Parliament, which is scheduled to begin on Thursday.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The first ever awards by the Public Service Commission, is taking place today at the National Convention Centre.

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Police traffic is calling upon all vehicle owners and drivers to make every effort to go to the government cashier and pay for their annual road tax 2017 road worthy inspection fee.

  • By Len Garae
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A unique charitable organization called “Wan Solwora” or One Ocean has jointly laid the foundation stone with Chief Mormor IV of Mangaliliu Village last Friday

  • By Len Garae
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A Pele Islander, who has taught himself how to successfully breed a tiny number of cattle on ropes for 32 years, has sold about 80 sizable heads.

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If all goes well, AVL—and tourism operators across the country—will be having a somewhat merrier Christmas this year than in 2015.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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One of the organizers of Unity Day (Port Vila Day) Flea Market promised that the 2017 flea market will be bigger with more sellers and wide variety of collections and goods than that seen this year.

  • Compiled by Jane Joshua
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Chairman of the Constitutional Reform Committee (CRC) and Minister of Lands, Ralph Regenvanu has asked Leader of Opposition MP Ishmael Kalsakau, to appoint two members to represent the Opposition bloc

  • By Jonas Cullwick in Nadi, Fiji
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The Vanuatu Ministry of Finance and Economic Management is reported to have issued a check for $US186,000 (around Vt20 million) to the Cook Islands Government last Friday.

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"They're not acting like a good employer," said one former Director General when asked about the contractual dispute that arose following the Council of Ministers decision to allow all DG contracts to expire as they reached their end. 

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By the end of yesterday there was still no official confirmation that the Opposition has lodged the criminal complaint they were preparing earlier this week.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The Opposition Leader, Ishmael Kalsakau, confirmed to the Daily Post yesterday that the possibility to resubmit a Motion of No Confidence in the Leadership of Prime Minister Charlot Salwai is not ruled out.

  • By Harrison Selmen
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A total of 20 proud Japanese Volunteers that are serving in Vanuatu have highlighted the Unity Day celebration in Port Vila with their traditional costumes, music show and Japanese cuisine.

  • By Glenda Willie
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A total of 155 students from six different Pacific Island countries graduated yesterday with certificates, diplomas and degrees.

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