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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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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.

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The Department of Civil Status, located behind the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Port Vila, will be temporarily moving this weekend to the ground floor of the Immigration Department premises close to the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) headquarters.

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Telecom Vanuatu Limited (TVL) chartered a plane Wednesday that brought an expert from Australia with critical spare parts to fix the problem at the Central Exchange of the largest telecommunications company in the country and return almost 80% of its services lost since Tuesday morning.

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Kava export returns in 2015 after Tropical Cyclone devastated parts of Vanuatu as it trekked through the country on March 12, 13 and 14 reached Vt180 million. One year later, in 2016, the figure jumped to Vt800 million, according to the Director of Biosecurity Vanuatu, Timothy Tumukon.

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The Department of Customs and Inland Revenue is seeking an extension to the March 31 deadline for payment of road tax for 2017 by all vehicle owners using the public roads of Vanuatu.

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Government must take Wednesday’s strike action by workers of Pacific Petroleum that paralyzed parts of the aviation sector and threatened massive disruption to the economy of the country as a wake-up call for all leaders including Members of Parliament with both Government and the Opposition…

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The Vanuatu Investment Promotion Authority (VIPA) says it is proud to have sponsored, in partnership with the Australia Pacific Islands Business Council, one of the country’s first ever Australia Vanuatu Business Forum and Trade Expo 2017 at the Holiday Inn.

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Merchandise trade provisional figures for December 2016 recorded a deficit balance of Vt3.342 billion, a deterioration of Vt608 million or (22%) compared to December 2015.

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The Public Works Department (PWD) Road-worthiness Supervisor, Jean Juliano, has apologized to vehicle owners in the country, particularly those in the capital, Port Vila for the lack of awareness on the changes in some aspects of the roadworthiness inspection process.

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Seasonal employment agent for New Zealand and Australia, Sylvie Kalmet, has corrected information in Monday’s article saying the people tested on Sunday were not for Tasmania but recruitment for normal for seasonal work in mainland Australia.

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Some 350 applicants – men and women – packed into Saralana Park in Port Vila Sunday and underwent a series of tests by seasonal work agent Sylvie Kalmet and her team to find the first 150 people to send to Tasmania for seasonal work.

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Urban Roads and Drainage Phase 1 contractor, RMS, and sub-contractor Downer, began road sealing in January under the Port Vila Urban Development Project (PVUDP). The project will seal 13 km of Port Vila roads with a double coat of rubberized bitumen seal (hot tar).

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the New Zealand Government will help establish an independent regulator for Vanuatu’s maritime sector, to be known as the Office of the Maritime Regulator (OMR).

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Merchandise trade provisional figures for November 2016 recorded a deficit balance of Vt2.702 billion, a deterioration of Vt615 million or 19% compared to November 2015.

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved an additional $2.87 million (Vt317.7 million) assistance for the Port Vila Urban Development Project to further help Vanuatu achieve sustainable urban development through improved access to sanitation, drainage facilities, and roads.

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Member of Parliament for Torba Province Christophe Emelee says he supports the chiefs of the Torres Group 100% over their plans to seek legal remedy over the loss of their people’s coconut crabs

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A facelift of Bauerfield Airport’s international and domestic terminals is being planned by Airports Vanuatu Limited (AVL) to be ready for welcome to Port Vila of visitors and participants in the Pacific Mini Games in December this year.

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Chiefs of Torres Islands have warned they are considering taking legal action over the latest confiscation of their coconut crabs in Luganville, Santo, by people they say are believed to be from the Department of Fisheries.

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A custom school specializing in teaching North Raga (Pentecost) language, songs and dances will open on Saturday at Huarere Nagamal at Tagabe in Port Vila.

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A row is raging after about 200 coconut crabs from the Torres Group were reportedly confiscated Saturday by officers of the Department of Fisheries in Luganville Santo from the Kiwi Trader

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The operations of Apma Financial Investment Centre (AFIC) in the three provinces of Penama, Malampa and Tafea are now under audit, Barnabas Tabi, the founder of the financial service has confirmed.

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The Government, represented by Jean Juliano, the Mechanical Road-worthiness Supervisor and Senior Foreman of the Public Works Department (PWD), has responded to concerns and complaints from a large section of vehicle owners in Port Vila.

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Questions are being asked by a large number of vehicle owners how some requirements by the Public Works Department (PWD)

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An island off mainland Malekula, called Lenur Island, is up for sale, according to an advertisement on Private Islands Magazine online, the magazine printed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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The Vanuatu flagged fishing vessel, Essien No. 108, is continuing to fish this new year, after the threat of its blacklisting by the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) meeting in Nadi

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