• By Glenda Willie and Colin Cortbus
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The Deputy Prime Minister, Joe Natuman, is offering a reward for valid information leading to the capture of thugs that assaulted a French female tourist at Lololima Cascades last week.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has personally informed the people of Santo about the recent government decision to introduce an income tax.

  • By Bob Makin
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The True Kava Testing Laboratories in the United States are promoting by every means possible the noble varieties of Vanuatu kava and Vanuatu’s aims for all kava sales to be exclusively of this level of quality — everywhere.

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Smart-people-social-media.com quotes “social media — when used strategically over time — is the most powerful form of marketing and market research the world has ever seen” and that time for Tok Tok Vanuatu starts now.

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Youths most vulnerable group to crime Vanuatu Police Force has recorded a high number of offenses committed by certain groups according to Uniform Investigation Unit.

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After exploring Santo and Tanna, tourism reps are ready to cross the bay to lovely Iririki Island Resort as Tok Tok Vanuatu comes to Port Vila. Photo: VTO

  • By Glenda Willie
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The continuous effort of the Department of Forests at promoting the forests has seen another milestone achieved when Director of Forests, Hanington Tate launched the National Forestry Week on Monday afternoon.

  • By Len Garae
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The Patrol Boat RVS Tukoro has been welcomed home to Mala Base in cultural style with a custom dance from the Banks to the rhythm of a custom song played by the VMF Brass Band yesterday.

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Infrastructure and Public Utilities Minister Jotham Napat signed a variation document Tuesday morning at a board meeting of Airports Vanuatu Ltd, allowing the company to increase its spend on the immediate runway repairs to between 93 and 95 million vatu.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Santo Earth Works, a local construction company from Santo has been awarded a Vt26 million contract to carry out light grading on the 63km road from Saint Michelle to Tassiriki in South Santo.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The RMC political party of Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, begins its national congress at Melsisi, in Central Pentecost, today.

  • By Glenda Willie
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A French tourist visiting Vanuatu for the first time had to cut her holiday short after she was assaulted and robbed by unknown men last week at the Lololima Cascades.

  • By Esau Iaruel
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The slow food festival has been launched on Tanna.Minister for Lands, Ralph Regenvanu, said the slow food festival was first hosted in Italy in 2008, and this is the first time ever Melanesia has hosted, through Vanuatu, on the island of Tanna.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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Twelve Miss Vanuatu 2016 contestant, are in the final for the big show in October 2016, when only one out of all the hopefuls, will emerge as ‘Miss Vanuatu 2016’.

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The Government has approved an additional Vt40 million to the existing Vt52 million loan facilities with the World Bank, to upgrade Bauerfield airport in Port Vila.

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Through their dedication to training, ProMedical Rescue is now Vertical Rescue capable offering another life-saving service to the community building on top our Road Accident Rescue Capability.

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  • By Harrison Selmen
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At least five families have lost their homes yesterday around 7.30am at the Nabanga, No. 3 Area in Port Vila when their houses were demolished by a group of men, before the police intervened to stop the activity.

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Air Vanuatu’s brand new ATR72-600 aircraft is in production and due to arrive in Vanuatu within three months, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Joseph Laloyer has announced.

  • By Glenda Willie
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Members of Marakinavata Area Council of Chiefs have held their second meeting this year and discussed issues surrounding custom governance including custom land boundaries within North East Efate.

  • By Len Garae
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Chinese Ambassador to Vanuatu Xie Bohua has light heartedly predicted the streets of Port Vila could become “half empty” when the Chinese family popular drama series called “Jin’s happy family”

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The national flag of the Republic of Vanuatu was at half-mast yesterday in honor of the passing away of the late Joe Bomal Carlo, a former Member of Parliament (MP) and one time former Minister of Finance who was also Acting Prime Minister on a number of occasions.

  • By Len Garae
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The question on the mind of the public is whether the walkway which is already turning the eyes of the public along the seafront of Port Vila, will be allowed to proceed along the entrance of the former Ex-Rossi turned La Tentation and Fung Kuei and other private businesses on the sea front.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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Over 200 people –young, old and children queued up and took their pills last Thursday as the mass drug administration campaign against Trachoma for Sanma Province and Luganville was officially launched at the Market House of the northern town by the Minister of Heath, Toara Daniel.

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  • By Godwin Ligo and Raymond Nasse
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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the 2017 Pacific Mini Games Committee, Joe Bomal Carlo, has died yesterday.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Learning and teaching at Matevulu College on Santo will be enhanced now that technology has been integrated into the school.

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The Government of the Vanuatu through Airports Vanuatu Limited (AVL) has continued progress towards the next phase of airport development at Bauerfield International Airport

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It been 10 year since fire destroyed the Vanuatu Supreme Court and the site of what the Chief Justice Vincent Lunabek termed the ‘Judicial State’ is now covered in bush.

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Ask the Port Vila Municipal Council who owns land on the second block at d’York Street in Independence Park or how many shops operate in Seaside Paama, the town authorities may have difficulty in telling you at once.

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Vanuatu’s national carrier has completed the first stage of its IATA Operational Safety Standard (IOSA) registration with a successful audit conducted by ACS Ltd, an IATA approved audit company.

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