• By Godwin Ligo
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Vanua’aku Party (VP) Spokesperson, Avio Roberts, has said any motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Charlot Salwai and the Coalition Government he leads will be defeated.

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A slate of financial reform amendments could have costly and far-reaching effects on local businesses and organisations. Owners and operators may find themselves subject to greater scrutiny—even from overseas—if the full package of reforms is voted into effect.

  • By Len Garae
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Mahitahi Handikraf Senta on the sea front is accepting vendors to fill 53 stalls in the newly built cool, breeze-filled, open thatch-roofed house that will open on November 29.

  • By Len Garae
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The Small Livestock Project to help farmers restart their lives on devastated islands following Cyclone Pam which hit on March 13 and 14 in 2015, is proving to be one success story.

  • By Len Garae
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“In our world today, we need to identify one’s location and understand the information associated with time and space has become the major need of the hour. We have just finished with COP23 in Germany and seen just how much the Pacific is impacted by the effects of climate change”.

  • By Richard M.Nanua
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The Winslett brothers had their conviction quashed last week after they successfully appealed their conviction in the Court of Appeal.

  • By Len Garae
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Following news of the stand by West Papua Liberation Army or TPNPB that the fighting at Freeport Gold Mine won’t stop unless Jakarta closes the Mine, Port Vila-based Spokeman and human rights activist for WPLA, Sebby Bambom, has clarified and alleged that the reported destruction of three ca…

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The UN Climate Conference has ended. Here are some of the highlights and outcomes outlined by the COP23 President and UN Climate Change Executive Secretary as a result of the negotiations.

  • By Len Garae
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A man contacted his brother in Port Vila from his home at Whitesand on Tanna two nights ago and said they were covering their hair with calico to protect themselves from heavy ash fall from Yasur Volcano.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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Over 6,000 government employees in the public service, teaching service, the police, parliament and those under the Official Salaries Act, will receive a pay rise for the first time in 11 years that will cost the Government of Vanuatu nearly Vt1.9 billion.

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  • By Len Garae
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Suspected hooligans smashed the front walls of the Daily Post Offices in two places in the early hours of last Saturday morning after majority of the night staff had gone home.

  • Compiled by Jonas Cullwick
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Vanuatu Society for People with Disability (VSPD) was instrumental in helping Port Vila Urban Development Project (PVUDP) to ensure that newly constructed disability toilets and showers conform to universal design principles. Pictured accompanying this article that appeared in the 15th Newsl…

  • By Glenda Willie
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The Government tends to set its focus on road and the airport maintenance and upgrade but forgets that more than 95% of locals use the sea transport to travel to and fro internally.

  • By Len Garae
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Farmers on Tanna continue to impress other farmers in the country with the giant sizes and super heavy weights of their crops at harvest time.

  • Compiled by Len Garae
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“I feel blessed to be part of the Fish 2.0 2017 competition, it’s been amazing an opportunity, through the competition I’ve become clearer of my vision for Shepherd Islands Organic Seafood and championing sustainable fishing practices.

  • By Len Garae
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The Department of Laefstok is engaging the Land Resource Division of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) to train senior management and field officers from the department, on using Global Position Systems (GPS) to collect and process information in different formants with the goal…

  • Anita Roberts in Bonn, Germany
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This year’s COP23 must strengthen the Loss and Damage Mechanism under the UN Convention to protect small island nations and least developed countries struggling to sustain economies and livelihoods against the brunt of climate change impacts, Prime Minister(PM), Charlot Salwai made this urge…

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  • By Richard M. Nanua
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The liquidation of the Iririki Island Holdings Limited has been set aside after a consent agreement between the parties was upheld by the Court of Appeal yesterday.

  • By Jane Joshua
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The APMA Financial Investment Centre (AFIC) has confirmed that it procured the services of the Vanuatu Property and Migration Services (VPMS), to facilitate the appointment of Mr. Michael Kalmet as a Trade Commissioner.

  • By Len Garae
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Speaking for the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu, Simeon Athy, Mrs Florinda Aru says the arrival of the South Pacific Business Development (Vanuatu) Microfinance Ltd in the country is timely because the Reserve Bank is now developing a national financial inclusion strategy which will…

  • By Len Garae
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Port Vila Ambae Council of Chiefs has expressed grave alarm over the Government’s suspension of Dr. Basil Leodoro saying he is the only qualified surgeon for the entire northern region and wants him reinstated with immediate effect, along with his salary for the duration of his suspension.

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The Ministry of Agriculture and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) is gearing up to host Vanuatu’s first Agritourism Forum, under the theme, “From Farm to Table”.

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Vanuatu’s TAFEA province was officially declared free from malaria by acting Prime Minister, Joe Natuman, Health Minister, Jerome Ludvaune, with the Australian High Commissioner, Jenny Da Rin on Tanna on Friday 17 November.

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  • By Jane Joshua
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The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Leingkone, has never met Trade Commissioner, Mr. Michael Kalmet.

  • By Anita Roberts in Bonn,, Germany
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Too much talking cannot solve climate change but, walking the talk is more effective, a 12-year-old from Fiji, Timothy Naulusa, told ministers from around the world, heads of states and governments at the opening of the high-level segment of the UN Climate Change Conference yesterday.

  • By Len Garae
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The spokesman for the two couples Shirley and Leon Coombs and Katie and Joseph Snyder has confirmed two containers are already on site opposite Activ Association’s Chocolate Factory, and have all the necessary building items complete with 90 beds for Stage 1 of the project.

  • By Len Garae
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The writer of this article was sitting next to the West Papua Liberation Army (WPLA) Spokesman, Sebby Sambom at Golden Port midday Wednesday, when a personal report direct from Tembagapura by the Region’s Defense Commander of WPLA (TPNPB) Brigadier, Ayub Waker and Field Operation Commander, …

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