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The Opposition Bloc has confirmed they are now in the preparatory stages of filing a criminal complaint against Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, Finance Minister Gaetan Pikioune and former Parliamentary Secretaries (PS).

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The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Jotham Napat, has categorically ruled out any way of using any EDF 11 funding on any politically motivated projects in the Provinces, emphasising instead the importance of transparency.

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The Utilities Regulatory Authority (the ‘Authority’) Commissioners agreed in their meeting of September 28, 2018 to partner with the Transparency International Vanuatu (TIV) to undertake the roles and responsibilities of Consumer Advocacy Group (CAG) through a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU).

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For the Chief of Ifira, Mantoi Kalsakau III who is also Chairman of his island’s group of companies, the sky is the limit.

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Seven Star’s eye sore ‘lake’ which at its height could spread along the street for almost one hundred metres, forcing residents at both sides of the street to build high concrete walls to keep the brown muddy water out, is on its way to be phased out permanently.

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It is going to be another milestone for Vanuatu to welcome the Secretary General (SG) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Kitack Lim today.

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A group of USP law students from 8 countries this month wrote to all Pacific Island Forum (PIF) leaders asking them to place international legal issues of climate change and human rights before the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands.

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School leaders in the islands of Pentecost and Maewo within PENAMA Province are proud to play their part in improving children’s lives through basic water sanitation and hygiene services through WASH in Schools Improvement Planning Workshops.

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Thursday July 18 marked an historical achievement for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as it officially launched its initial Ocean Affairs Office based at the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG).

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The Leader of Opposition, Ishmael Kalsakau, has called on Prime Minister (PM) Charlot Salwai to step down after yesterday’s Appeal Court judgment on Parliamentary Secretaries (PS).

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The Court of Appeal has upheld the Chief Justice’s decision that any amendments to the Constitution regarding the Parliamentary Secretaries (PS) needed a referendum.

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Deputy Prime Minister Jotham Napat was among the tourism industry stakeholders at the Warwick Le Lagon yesterday as the heads of Airports Vanuatu Ltd, the Vanuatu Tourism Office and Air Vanuatu gave a series of briefings updating them on their respective progress in pursuing the ambitious to…

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An expat businessman has been sent to jail after the court found him guilty for assaulting a couple in an unfriendly argument in Luganville, Santo.

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The Vanuatu Fisheries Department (VFD) has partnered with the Office of the Registrar of Cooperative and the Business Development Services to provide training to seven communities on Santo that will help establish and maintain community-based fish markets.

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During day one of the 2019 RSE conference at Le Lagon Resort, returned RSE worker Peter Bumseng introduced the Support Seasonal Workers Family Program (SSWFP).

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The Government is yet to settle the tuition fees for children affected by earthquake on Ambrym and those affected by volcano eruption on Ambae although the Council of Ministers (COM) has already approved the funds.

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Provincial Fisheries Authorizing Officers were trained on the laws and regulations of the sea and the technics of Monitoring, Controlling and Surveillance (MCS) of coastal fisheries to ensure there is sustainable fisheries and marine resources for the future generation of Vanuatu this week.

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The Vanuatu Civil Society Influencing Network (VCSIN) launched its Luganville and Sanma branch and its 50% WIP 2020 and Beyond Get the Balance Right “Vot Woman” brand products and the national campaign, Tuesday 16 July 2019 at the Vanuatu Agriculture College Conference Room in Luganville, Santo.

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VANWODS Microfinance Incorporated has celebrated its Open Day yesterday on July 19 at Saralana Park with the theme; ‘Promoting the Value of the Products and Service of a Skillful Woman.’

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During day one the 2019 RSE Conference organized by Vanuatu Department of labour and Horticulture New Zealand, Proffessor Richard Bedford spoke about circular migration.

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The first new 100 Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF) recruits trained in Vanuatu since independence have finally reached their graduation after enduring three months of infantry trainings.

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The Ministry of Justice and Community Services Director General, Dorosday Kenneth this week invited and welcomed the MSG Secretariat, SPC RRRT and the Asia Pacific Forum for National Human Rights Institution (APF) to conduct a scoping study on the feasibility, desirability and options for es…

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The Magistrates Court has adjourned the case involving the Tannese man who was charged with the murder of his partner and burying her near a coconut plantation at Etmat, Erakor last month.

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The Police Drug Unit in Port Vila have conducted a search operation at Marobe Market and arrested two young men from Tongoa who are residing in south Epi for possessing and selling marijuana yesterday.

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The Melsisi Francophone Secondary School in Central Pentecost is going through a challenging week, after trying to solve a problem involving four of its students which prompted over 20 others to run away from school.

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The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism, Industry, Commerce and ni-Vanuatu Business, Jotham Napat, has dismissed all four members of the Vanuatu Commodities Marketing Board (VCMB) in Luganville last week.

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A Government-owned vehicle (RV 7) under the jurisdiction of the Chairman of the Public Service Commission (PSC), Martin Mahe, was detained by police on Tuesday night following an alleged road incident.

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The Vanuatu National Museum and the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum of Chanute, Kansas, USA, has announced the opening of a joint photographic exhibition — “Re-Encountering Ancestors: Martin and Osa Johnson’s 1917 and 1919 Photographs Return To Vanuatu”.

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A little over a year ago, someone contacted a Vanuatu Daily Post staffer, and said they knew where China’s pressure play was going to come from. They predicted that China would arrest a few Vanuatu passport holders, and hold our citizenship by investment programme hostage.

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