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“I would like to thank the Prime Minister of Vanuatu and his delegation for being part of the dialogue. It illustrates the strong ties between Vanuatu and Australia and Vanuatu’s openness and commitment to enabling an environment for economic growth.

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The Board of Directors of Air Vanuatu has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr. Derek Nice.

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Turning a negative into a positive is key to Sheng Lee’s vision for the future of Vanuatu’s biggest bank. Although Mr Lee has held the top job in an acting capacity since October, it was only just over a month ago when he was formally appointed country manager for Vanuatu, Kiribati and New C…

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The Consumer Price Index (CPI) of March, 2018 indicated an increase of (+0.7 %). Port Vila slightly increased by (+0.9%) while Luganville slightly decrease by (-0.3%), compared to the previous quarter, according to the latest quarterly highlight of the Vanuatu National Statistics Office (VNSO).

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A Vanuatu-based company is claiming that Australia’s headline-driving Coral Sea Cable joining Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Australia may be driven more by political concerns than actual business sense.

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The community of Ifira island in Port Vila harbor have placed Namele leaves, the traditional ban, along the foreshore of the custom marine boundary of the island, whose people are custom land owners of much of the land on which the Vanuatu capital, Port Vila, is located.

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The Office of the Registrar of Co-operatives and Business Development Services (ORCBDS) has revealed that various legal actions involving former Director of the APMA Financial Investment Centre/Cooperative (AFIC) Director, Barnabas Tabi, are underway.

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Representatives of a Farmers Cooperative called Aniasuas-Mol Cooperative consisting of members representatives from Banana Bay, Eton, Teouma, Eratap, Port Vila and Rangrango are attending a weeklong Food Processing and Preservation Workshop at Club Hippique this week.

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In this piece, which Daily Post will publish in a series over the next few weekend issues of the paper, well known personality Allan Palmer, sits down with 96 Buzz FM’s Kizzy Kalsakau and recounts some historical times in the life of this nation he was privileged to be part of.

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Romuald Ledoux, master chocolatier and owner of popular Au Peche Mignon café, in the center in Port Vila, held his first chocolate tasting of his products made from 100% Vanuatu cocoa beans from Malekula at his cafeteria on Wednesday.

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All 52 members of the Parliament of the Republic of Vanuatu have each received a laptop from a Vanuatu-registered Chinese company, Vanuatu National Digital Stock Exchange, which is soon to begin operation in the country.

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The next and the final phase of the construction of the Talise Hydro Power Project on Maewo is now about to get underway after the landing craft LC Tina 1 delivered to the island last week some 25 tons of material for the project.

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The Department of Biosecurity conducted a first of its kind training for its staff in Luganville with kava exporters in Luganville over three days conducted by a local consultant and former Principal Biosecurity Officer Francis Qarani.

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The Port Vila Municipal Council (PVMC) has given notice of intention to put into effect two new traffic By-Laws. They are the Bus and Taxi Stop By-Law No. of 2017 and the George Kalsakau Drive Traffic and Parking By-Law No. of 2017.

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The Interim Regulator of the Office of Maritime Regulator (OMR), Charlie Maniel, is appealing to investors not to bring old vessels and use Vanuatu as a dumping site.

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The National Bank of Vanuatu has officially launched its ATM machine in a rural setting at Emua NBV Branch in North Efate on February 1.

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The landing craft LC Freedom has been detained by the Interim Maritime Regulator, Charlie Maniel, for overloading.

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The Minister of Internal Affairs, Andrew Napuat, has announced plans to block public servants, police officers, teachers and members of Parliament from owning taxis and buses effective from January 1, 2019.

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