• By Jane Joshua
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Vanuatu is committed to signing the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER) Plus next month, if the Government is satisfied that the agreement is good for the country.

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Furious after being reported and dealt with by Police for a domestic violence incident, a suspect turned violent imposing a serious injury on a female family member by cutting her hand.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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A New Caledonia-based company known as EcoloBleu, specialized in Atmospheric Water Generators (AWG), is looking at selling their products in Vanuatu.

  • By Len Garae
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“More and more of our people are leaving on Recognised Seasonal Employment (RSE) Scheme in New Zealand and Seasonal Workers’ Programme (SWP) in Australia.

  • By Len Garae
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While most Vanuatu students would pressurize the Ministry of Education & Training for post-graduate scholarships to take up academic studies in Universities abroad, 36 bilingual elites have firmly made up their mind to prove the myth of ‘overseas study success’ wrong by choosing their sw…

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  • By Jonas Cullwick and
    Thompson Marango
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Political campaigns for the provincial elections in Penama, Malampa, Shefa and Tafea provinces tomorrow (March 23), closed at midnight Monday, after they started on March 6.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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Air Vanuatu recorded a loss in revenue of close to Vt900 million in 2015 as a result of super tropical cyclone Pam in March of that year that devastated the country, says Joseph Laloyer, the airline’s Chief Executive Officer.

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Major changes are expected in the Public Service Commission (PSC) this year as Chairman Martin Mahe and his commission engage in reviewing important policies to not only better the service provided but also better take care of the welfare of public servants.

  • Compiled By Fern Napwatt
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and External Trade handed over computers to schools in the Shepherd islands and on Paama

  • By Fern Napwatt
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Celebrating its one year anniversary, JB Barbershop (as it was formerly known) is now venturing into providing a tattoo shop after opening up for business at Freswota Park in Port Vila.

  • By Jean-Baptiste Calo
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The President of the Republic of Vanuatu, Baldwin Lonsdale was awarded the prestigious Crans Montana Foundation 2017 Award or Prix de Fondation 2017 for his achievements as an Anglican priest in his capacity as Head of State to uphold peace and unity in good times and bad times especially af…

  • By Len Garae
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All Heads of Foreign Missions will be present when the Prime Minister delivers the country’s Foreign Policy Priorities for 2017 at Aquana Resort on April 4.

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The official working hours for the public servants has been changed to 8am to 12pm in the morning and 1pm to 5pm in the afternoon.

  • By Len Garae
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Approximately 130 members from the six committees catering for Port Vila Market House, have listed their names to charter the Big Sista on a pilgrimage to Santo on Thursday next week, to seek spiritual healing from the most visited spring in Luganville.

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Did you know that Vanuatu has sixteen mangrove species (one of the highest in the region) and an estimated mangrove cover of 20-30 square kilometres? And did you also know that mangrove forests in Vanuatu are one of the most threatened ecosystems?

  • Compiled by Len Garae
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“There could be other best practices out there however, it is good to document what we know of so that we can all learn from each other the means of securing water which is vital for our survival”.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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For the first time, Vanuatu is seeing a total of 11 female candidates contesting in the 2017 four Provincial Elections.

  • By Godwin Lig
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Vanuatu is amongst the 222 million French speaking nationals from all professions and walks of life in 80 countries around the globe that are participating in over a month-long activities in the 2017 World Francophone Day.

  • Compiled by Len Garae
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“It is simply not acceptable, purely in moral terms, for the world to allow the small island developing states to sink slowly beneath the waves because of the selfish determination of industrialised nations to protect their own economies.

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  • By Royson Willie
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One of the 14 former members of parliament convicted and sentenced by the Supreme Court in 2015 on corruption and bribery charges has said his application for parole has been turned down four times.

  • Compiled by Len Garae
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President Baldwin Lonsdale has joined dignitaries of Africa-Caribbean-Pacific member countries to call for leadership reiterating the need for ACP and the global community, to commit themselves to implementing the decisions of several important agreements that were made in 2015; namely the a…

  • By Anita Roberts
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The Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Cooperation (VBTC) will be able to avoid technical issues faced before by its TV station now that the New Zealand Government (NZ) has announced support.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism has begun work on a number of legal and procedural activities that will eventually culminate with the establishment of a Price and Quality Control Unit for the country.

  • By Fern Napwatt
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The Burning Pam Fundraiser is hosting another fundraiser today (Saturday) for Afec Community water supply at Whitesand area.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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There is a call for the chiefs of all six villages in Emau Island, off North Efate, to come together and perform a custom reconciliation to the chiefs and people of Lausake for the change to their historical position on fielding and supporting candidates for Shefa Provincial council at past …

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The ongoing traffic jam at various junctions in and around Port Vila, continue to be a major concern to drivers, passengers and the general public in Port Vila and Efate.

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A scammer known to locals on Tanna simply as Johnson has reportedly been conning people to give him money so he can pay their Police clearance promising them work recruitment with the South Sea Shipping (SSS).

  • By Fern Napwatt
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The Ministry of Education and Training in partnership with Commonwealth of Learning (COL) in Canada and the NoteMaster in London is launching for the first time an ICT Service Training/workshop called NoteMaster in Vanuatu.

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