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Member of Parliament for Malekula Constituency and Speaker of Parliament, Esmon Saimon, has financially provided assistance to the MALAMPA National Arts Festival committee.

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“An Adventist grandfather in the Solomon Islands had his little grandson with him while he preached in church. Just as he was about to read from the Bible he realized that he had forgotten his reading glasses at home so he signaled his grandson to fetch them and indicated with his hands that…

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Yesterday, June 26, marked a milestone in the history of Vanuatu when the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) officially gave appointment letters to 25 Early Childhood Care Education (ECCE) teachers, and took financial responsibility of the 805 ECCE Registered teachers in the country.

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More than six hundred people from the Government and private sector assembled at the Parliament yesterday morning to pay their last respects to the Member of Parliament for the Efate Rural Constituency, late Jerry Kanas at the Parliamentary rotunda.

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The first South Sea Islander (SSI) Member of Parliament for Queensland, Stephen Andrew, has arrived with the Speaker of Queensland Parliament, Curtis Pitt and his secretary at Port Vila International Airport yesterday.

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Telecom Vanuatu Limited(TVL)’s dance battle last Friday was packed with a massive crowd who witnessed and enjoyed the dancing competition organized by TVL, in partnership with the Wan Smolbag (WSB) at the Seafront.

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David Malouf, an Australian Indigenous Literacy Foundation Ambassador, once said, “Reading is a form of magic. It gives us access to a world that has no limits and where everybody is welcome and can be at home.”

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The Australia Pacific Training Coalition’s (APTC) carpentry students in Vanuatu translated their classroom learning into community work by installing pelmets as part of the roof structure in the local community hall in Mele-Waisisi. Pelmets are often an overlooked part of a building structur…

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The Teaching Service Commission (TSC) has been informed by the Ministry of Finance that the first roll out of the teachers’ salary anomalies is due on Thursday, June 27 this week.

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Vanua’aku Pati (VP) is aiming to regain the support of people on Pentecost after 28 years of struggling to have an elected representative in provincial and national elections, due to the invasion of the National United Party (NUP) in the political field. A man with a good professional backgr…

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The Ministry of Health (MOH) is set to recruit the first batch of nurses from Solomon Islands by mid-July this year, if their contracts are approved by the Public Service Commission (PSC) in time.

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“The message to donor partners that arrive with their funding to help our communities in times of disaster, is to work with Government as well as potential recipients, to drive Government policies towards what the communities want to achieve, but not to drive donor partners’ policies to achi…

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With the 2019 Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR-19) just two weeks away, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Secretary-General, Houlin Zhao, and the Director of ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau, Doreen Bogdan-Martin, are both personally encouraging members of the ICT i…

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A luggage belonging to a tourist that fell off from the cargo hold of a small aircraft on Thursday has been returned to the aircraft company, yesterday morning.

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While it was a delight for the staff of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB) to have their Minister, Matai Seremaiah, back into the fold, when he landed at the Shepherds Mini Agriculture Show (SMAS) on Emae last Monday, he flashed his tradition…

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New Zealand has agreed to provide Vt375 million to assist the Department of Women’s Affairs and UN Women address gender-based violence and empowering women and girls in Vanuatu.

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The President of Vanua’aku Party (VP), Bob Loughman, has confirmed in a statement the exit of the political party from the executive cabinet of the current Government.

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For the last couple of months, the new recruits from the Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF) have endured through various tactical field trainings at Siviri, North Efate.

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A Memorandum of Agreement (MOU) has been signed between Chief Aram Maliu of Kerepua Community and Wrecks to Rainforest, a tour booking agent to support conservation activities in the Mt Tabwemasana Community Conservation Area on Santo.

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Senior managers from Air Vanuatu were surprised and puzzled by the recent revelation by Parliament that the rent they owed was in fact twice as much as previously agreed.

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