The Government has conducted a public consultation on Vanuatu’s National Competition Policy draft.
A total of 21 carvings by members of the Nawita Association of Vanuatu Contemporary Artists were handed over for the Vanuatu Tourism Infrastructure Project (VTIP) in Port Vila Friday afternoon
Fire fighters of the Vanuatu Fire Service deserve to be congratulated for successfully using their new fire trucks to put out the first major fire which gutted the offices of Air Vanuatu Building last weekend.
Seasonal worker, Mathieu Batick has returned home after serving around one year jail term in New Zealand for assault with intent to commit sexual violation and indecent assault.
The Mayor of Port Vila Municipal Council (PVMC), Ulrich Sumptoh, told 96 Buzz FM Reporter, Kizzy Kalsakau, that the Bouffa Landfill machines are not in a good working condition and in dire need of repair which is why the dump site is in a very poor state now.
The Ambassador of Belgium to Vanuatu, Jean-Luc Bodson, made a visit to personally see how the people are rebuilding lives after cyclone Pam from Belgium’s assistance.
After many years of depending on village huts for toilet and shower, students at the Port Quimie Junior Secondary School in South Epi have begun using flush toilets and showers for the first time this week, thanks to the Warkworth Rotary Club from New Zeland (NZ).
Public health, clinical and laboratory professionals across Vanuatu convened in Port Vila this week to reinforce their outbreak investigation skills with the Pacific Data for Decision-Making (DDM) training programme.
Coffee farmers in south Tanna stand to benefit from coffee pulper machines handed over by their elected representative in the national Parliament, MP Johnny Koanapo.
The islands of Aore, Tutuba and Araki off Santo Island will be returned to Zone Two of the Sanma Provisional Health Structure for Malo and surrounding islands following the provision of a new banana boat to Avunatari Health Centre on Malo Island.
The Story of Eilon Mass an Israeli National who has been convicted by the Supreme Court last year on two criminal cases against him by the prosecution (CC 181 of 14 and CC 38 of 15), put in jail and later won both of his cases is a tale of its kind.
In a clear indication that the revenue review team is learning from experience, the second public income tax consultation was much better attended than the first.
The Chairman of Vanuatu Free West Papua Association, Pastor Allan Nafuki says all civil society organisations in country are united with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pacific Islands Association
The Confucius Classroom (CC) at Emalus Campus is now offering a scholarship to University of the South Pacific (USP) students who are interested in taking the Chinese language courses in USP
The University of the South Pacific (USP) has stated that the decision to deregister students who have not paid all fees in full from Monday 17 October, 2016 was a unanimous decision by the USP Senate.
Police have revealed that the suspect that assaulted a young woman and attempted to rape her at knife point at Natutilus Apartments, is also the suspect behind numerous thefts.
With El Nino following hard on the heels of Tropical Cyclone Pam in March 2015, subsistence farmer Ruta Bule faced a difficult recovery.
Last week at the Vanuatu Police College 36 people attended a three-day highly intensive, positively engaging Project Design and Management Training.
Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utilities Jotham Napat has asked the people of Tanna living on the island, to not waste precious time by going down to the coast to admire the international expertise of the Chinese workers of CCECC as they push ahead to prepare for the tar sealing of th…
Chief Viraleo and 8 other Pentecost men who were thrown in jail Tuesday, because they turned up to plea to criminal charges in court wearing custom attire have been released on bail.
The Bouffa dump site in Etas area is reportedly in a very poor state as emerging reports have it that wastes and rubbish dumped there are poorly managed despite efforts to use appropriate waste management methods.
The Revenue Review Committee has announced that there will be another General Public Session today (Thursday 20th October 2016) at 9.30am in the National Convention Centre.
A range of projects located in Tafea and Shefa Province have been identified under the Public Buildings Recovery Package 1 for repair works to be done on.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and External Trade successfully conducted the Luganville consultations on PACER Plus on 18 October 2016 at the chamber of the Sanma Provincial Council headquarters.
The Freshwater Aquaculture and Governance project launched by the Minister for Fisheries, Matai Seremiah, this week is studying the role of small-scale community-based freshwater aquaculture systems in a changing climate, and developing adaptation strategies at the government hatchery and on…
Chief Viraleo Boborenvanua from Pentecost and his group were sent to jail Tuesday reportedly for contempt of court after appearing in custom attire in the Supreme Court in front of presiding judge, Justice David Chetwynd.
An International Labour Organization (ILO) Senior Wages Specialist, Daniel Kostzer, has proposed that Vanuatu needs a more evidence-based approach, a more sensible analysis to assist the Government
An accident that occurred yesterday at Rentapau has landed a young driver in critical condition at the Vila Central Hospital (VCH).
Upgrading the qualification of teachers across Vanuatu was the main issue discussed in a workshop that was recently held in Port Vila by senior education officers.
The updated Vanuatu National Energy Road Map (NERM): 2016-2030 was formally launched by the Minister of Climate Change, Ham Lini, yesterday afternoon at the Meteo Complex in No. 2, Port Vila
A frustrated customer of Air Vanuatu has blamed the “poor services” of Air Vanuatu for cutting short plans of tourists who wanted to visit other islands during their holiday.
Indisputable discussions on the social costs of the RSE Scheme seemed to be the focus other than the benefits of the scheme when it comes to gender during the Coffee & Controversy show at Lava Lounge yesterday.
Around 30 Thai residents in Vanuatu and their friends met Monday night to remember King Bhumibol, Thailand’s reigning monarch who died on Thursday last week, October 13, 2016 at the age of 89 years.
The Sanma Province President, Mr. John Olo Aru decided to move out of the comfort and luxury of his office to experience the realities of living that his people in the most remote parts of Sanma Province
A new Task Force will be appointed shortly by the Minister of Internal Affairs, Alfred Maoh, purposely to work alongside the Land Transport Authority (LTA) Board to address pressing land transport issues.