An accident that occurred Thursday at Prima has left one person dead.
The Daily Post and Buzz 96FM are proud to announce the Vanuatu Nightly News, airing from 6 – 6.30pm Monday to Friday on Buzz 96FM.
Police traffic independence celebration awareness
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai’s address to the nation on Vanuatu’s 36th Independence Anniversary today will focus on the theme- “Redresser la Nation ensemble pour une nouvelle prise de conscience pour la Republique de Vanuatu/Recovering the Nation together for a new awakening for the Republic of Vanuatu/Leftemap Neisen tugeta blong putum Ripablik blong Vanuatu long wan niu dareksen”.
Chiefs and people on Tongoa have dismissed the report made by the Area Secretary of Tongoa on Radio Vanuatu that Tongoa has fully recovered from the severe impacts of Tropical Cyclone.
It was two days away from the Independence Celebrations in 2015 that the country lost one of its finest national leaders and a statesman.
More than 120 seasonal workers in Marlborough have signed up to a free course, which aims to help them brush up on their English and learn how to manage their finances.
The Supreme Court has recently granted an application by the State striking out Sato Kilman's set-off and counterclaim in relation to outstanding rental payments for a State Land he has been occupying and unpaid land compensation from the government to the landowners of Lakatoro.
The staff of Daily Post and Buzz FM96 yesterday hosted a farewell function for long time Daily Post colleague and friend, Lesly Kalchi. Mr. Kalchi served as an employee for the Daily Post for 18 years. All the best in your future endeavours Lesly! You will be missed.
Acting Director General of the Ministry of Education, Mr Roy Obed, is pleased to announce that applications for 2017 Vanuatu Government scholarships will open on August 10, 2016.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai will hand the outstanding entitlements to the first lot of retired civil servants today.
A delegation, from the National Union of Workers (NUW) in Australia, held a public meeting yesterday in Port Vila, to conclude a week-long visit to Vanuatu, that has seen Australian Union Officials led by NUW Organizer, George Robertson, met with workers, agents, the Labour Department Officials and community and religious leaders interested and involved in the Seasonal Workers Program (SWP).
The Vanuatu Cruising Yacht Club and Port Vila sailors are once again hosting the annual Vanuatu Independence Day boat parade on July 30 (Saturday).
A team of medical professionals from of the Vanuatu Indigenous Medical Allied Health and Nursing Private Practitioners Association, successfully provided its free medical services at the Green Light Facility at Freshwater yesterday.
Excited 23-year old DJ Jean Morgan Cyske (DJ Morgz) of Melsisi, Central Pentecost and Lulu Wateck (DJ Dakzeek) of Epi are on cloud nine.
A public transport bus was left badly damaged after it collided with a hired truck in central Port Vila late yesterday evening.
The HimawariCast Satellite receiving station was successfully installed, and in operation, at the Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-Hazards Department (VMGD) since July 19, 2016. The antenna transmits to the VMGD high resolution satellite data which will enhance accurate weather forecasting for the whole of the Vanuatu group.
Digicel Vanuatu, in partnership with Nestlé, have announced the sponsorship of the 36th Independence Celebration that kicked off on Sunday the 24th of July at 2pm with a grand parade.
The Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, opened the first telemedicine system for Vanuatu, at Naviso village on Maewo Thursday.
BRED Bank yesterday donated Vt300, 000 towards the upgrading Malapoa College.
Students of Ranon Junior Secondary School in North Ambrym are urged to learn the National Anthem and know it by heart because it speaks to all generations including all students at present as well as in the future.
Today, 36 years ago, overseas heads of governments and royals began arriving in Vanuatu.
All citizens of Vanuatu are urged to celebrate this year with the true meaning of Independence, instead of making “fundraising” out of it.
The popular worship music group, Hillsong United is expected to perform a live concert in Vanuatu next month.
August 1, 2016 is a Public Holiday. This was officially declared by the Head of State, Baldwin Lonsdale, by the powers vested in him under the relevant laws of the country, upon the request of the Prime Minister.
Children cannot feel secure nor exercise their fundamental rights, if the parents do not fulfill their duties by protecting and caring for their children throughout the stages of their young life to the completion of their education and begin their career.
A Malekula man has been sentenced to five years imprisonment after he was found guilty of raping the mother of his five children.
The President of Turkish Exporters’ Assembly, Mr. Mehmet Büyükekşi, wants Vanuatu to know that in spite of the recent developments in Turkey over the last two weeks, the Turkish economy remains strong.
In an effort to to assist Vanuatu recover from the impact of Tropical Cyclone Pam, the Australian Government in partnership with the Ministry of Health assist with the construction of a Dispensary.
“European Development Fund through EDF11, New Zealand Government and Australian Centre of Institute in Agriculture Research recognise the Livestock Sector in Vanuatu, (which explains why they are) putting in a lot of resources especially with cattle.
The highlights of the program for the six-day celebration marking Malapoa College’s 50 years has been officially released.
The Air Vanuatu Board of Directors (BOD) has taken the decision to give a three months extension period to ni-Vanuatu pilots who have yet to get their Airline Transport Pilot Licenses (ATPL).
A 20-year-old man who forcefully took a 9-month baby from her mother, held her by the leg and swung her upper body against a wooden stool has been sentenced to 4 years imprisonment by the Supreme Court.
When Air Vanuatu first began operations nearly 30 years ago, like the rest of the world, very few women were in management positions.
The main venue for this year’s 36th Independence Anniversary Celebration in Luganville is the Unity Park and the celebration opens today.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai is heading a government delegation that includes the Minister of Health, Toara Daniel, that is travelling to Maewo today to attend the opening of the Maewo Telemedicine Network at Naviso Village on East Maewo.
An order by the Supreme Court that reinstated Letlet August to his position as Director General of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management has been cancelled Friday last week by the Appeal Court.
Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, has expressed his disappointment with Government Director Generals, and Departmental Directors, for failing to turn up at the ICT Meeting, yesterday morning at the Melanesian hotel.
This year’s nation wide 36th independence anniversary will be launched with a parade that will take place today (Wednesday) in the afternoon.
“My advice to everyone who lives in Port Vila is that if you are struggling to make ends meet, please do what I have done and come home to your island and live on your land.
Minister of Health Toara Daniel said the Health Committees Act must be strengthened.
The remains of a deceased recovered by divers of a US recovery team from the now world famous wreck, the US Army Transport President Coolidge in Luganville Harbour in 2012, have now been confirmed as belonging to Army Captain Elwood J. Euart.
Acting Commissioner of Police, Robson Iavro, launched Operation India Alpha yesterday morning in front of his executive and handed over the operation India Alpha to Deputy Commissioner Operation, Willie Ben.
Melanesia is resource rich but the quality of life in the region is poor.
The Minister of Education and Training (MOET), Jean Pierre Nirua, took the opportunity during Children’s Day yesterday to announce the Government’s plan to extend free education from Year 6 to Year 10.
Vanuatu’s livestock officers have to be congratulated for their dedication on the job as they prepare the challenging step-by-step process of building solid stockyard fences to hold all disembarking stock in quarantine for at least one day, to allow all undesirable matter to be released from their system.
More Ni-Vanuatu medical students will be returning home soon from the Latin America Medical School (ELAM) in Cuba after graduation this year to join their colleagues from last year to serve the country’s public heath sector.
The Vanuatu National Council of Women (VNCW) has donated Vt44,420 to Port Vila Councillor for North Ward, Rose Peter.