• By Jonas Cullwick
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The Minister of Education, Jean-Pierre Nirua, has said that there is a big possibility that some teachers from Vanuatu will be employed to teach in China.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The Leaders Party of Vanuatu (LPV) has set up another new Committee at Prima Side River, near Port Vila on Efate.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Students at the Epi High School (EHS) have resumed classes yesterday (Wednesday).

  • By Anita Roberts
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Coastal fisheries is already affected by the impacts of climate change, natural disasters and pressure from human activities.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The Vanuatu Red Cross Society (VRCS) has responded positively to Minister Ralph Reganvanu’s request for a briefing on the current water programs being implemented by the Red Cross in various locations in Vanuatu.

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Fatumaru bay was abuzz with activity yesterday, as a coordinated team of emergency workers moved slowly and methodically through the piled rocks, searching for victims of a simulated building collapse.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Students and teachers at Epi High School (EPS) can no longer be silent about disruptive behaviors they have been receiving from villagers and were to stage a walkout today to call for community respect and support.

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The ancient words of a wise man from Tanna called Napuat Iru still ring loud and clear today when the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister responsible for Cooperatives, Joe Natuman, launched the National Cooperative Policy 2017 – 2022 on Monday this week.

  • By Len Garae
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“To become a good leader in business, there’s no room for enemies. You lead by example by setting up relationships with the people around you. Be strong, be determined, be a good manager, improve your management skills and be a great leader, a great business woman”.

  • By Len Garae
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Director of Biosecurity Timothy Tumukon confirms his Department has banned aggregates onboard the ship that is at anchor in Mele Bay but distances himself from any contribution to the front page article in yesterday’s Daily Post Issue.

  • By Richard M. Nanua
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The Supreme Court has ruled out an application for a private prosecution to lay charges and proceed with a trial in the case of the alleged shooting of John Fordham, on December 15, 2013.

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Following a decision by the Director of Biosecurity, the China Civil Engineering and Construction Company, or CCECC, is on the hook for a shipload of runway building material imported from China. The shipment was blocked in order to prevent contamination of local livestock and pigs by foreig…

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Australia’s newly appointed Ambassador for Environment, Patrick Suckling, is on an official visit to Port Vila.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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A woman believed to be a New Zealand citizen here on holiday was confirmed dead at the Northern Provincial Hospital (NPH) in Luganville, Santo, Sunday morning following an injury said to be sustained on Ratua Island.

  • By Richard M. Nanua
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A father and his daughter have been ordered to serve three years and eight months imprisonment on separate counts of incest based on section 95 (2) of the Penal Code Act CAP 135.

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Six Indonesian fishermen who admitted to killing their Chinese captain on board a registered Vanuatu fishing vessel have been sentenced to serve 18 years behind bars.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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The Chairman of the Mangaliliu one-week July 30 Independence Day celebration 2017, Chief Tivat Kalotiti, has expressed the gratitude of the village and those of Northwest Efate people to the sponsors and visitors to the celebration venue.

  • By Anita Roberts
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The government must be able to safeguard business rights and confidence against unfair competition in the arena of trademarks and intellectual property related issues as it eyes increased trade.

  • By Len Garae
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Aggregates are essential for use to build roads and the imminent development of the runway of Bauerfield International Airport as well as White Grass International Airport and Pekoa International Airport.

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The Criminal Task Force which was appointed in June 30, 2017 by the Ministry of Justice and Community Services, on recommendation from the Council of Ministers to investigate the recommendations and findings from the Commission of Inquiry into alleged mismanagement of the Vanuatu National Pr…

  • By Fern Napwatt
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Six Ni-Vanuatu workers under the Vanuatu Pathways Agency in the Seasonal Workers Program (SWP) left the country yesterday afternoon to work in a crocodile farm in Darwin, Northern Territory in Australia.

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The China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) and Northwest Civil Aviation Airport Construction Group JV are continuing with their three-month mobilization period, as they make all necessary preparations before the rehabilitation works can commence on the country’s main intern…

  • By Len Garae
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Acting Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Forests, Fisheries and Biosecurity MALFFB), Jotham Napat, says it is timely to do everything possible to operate within relevant policies or laws to direct all official programmes.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Ikkana, a newly established charitable organization in Port Vila with aim to support rural women in the fight against breast and cervical cancer, is appealing for public support.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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Efate was named a friendly island by Presbyterian missionary, Dr. Graham Miller, the author of the “Live” series documenting the work of the missionaries in the then New Hebrides, later to become Vanuatu on Independence. But people from the different islands of Vanuatu who have come and sett…

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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For the first time, Village Health Workers throughout the country will be paid by the government and included in the new Ministry of Health (MoH) structure that was approved in March this year and the first 292 nurses have been transferred under.

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The Vanuatu Government found only one criminal of Chinese origin in the country and the man’s situation has been appropriately dealt with, the Acting Director-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sumbue Antas confirmed.

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