The population of Muslims in the country has increased beyond 1,000 already and if they could successfully elect one political representative to parliament
The Vanuatu Police Force is advising that Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF) will be conducting a live firing exercise as part of preparatory Phase for Exercise Croix Du Sud in New Caledonia at Bukura
The Leader of Opposition, Ishmael Kaslakau, was appointed Monday this week, by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Lengkone, to lead a National Committee on Maritime Boundary Delimitation
Vanuatu Police officially opened yesterday morning a three-day symposium dedicated towards the implementation of cooperation, partnership and enhancement of community policing.
The behaviour of accused Pentecost Chief, Viraleo Boborenvanua and his fellow accused towards the Court and directions given by Justice David Chetwynd caused the Judge to storm out of the court yesterday morning.
The hearing of the Constitutional Application filed by the 14 jailed former MPs is close to complete after the last of the applicants gave their testimonies yesterday.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas has confirmed to the Daily Post yesterday that 14 Members of Parliament (MPs) representing different political parties in Parliament are departing Vanuatu today for China.
The Vanuatu Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, has responded to the Leader of the Opposition MP Ishmael Kalsakau, questioning his recent visit to China in his capacity as the country’s Prime Minister
The Shefa Provincial Council meeting this week is expected to raise its concern on the Ministerial Budget Committee’s decision not to allow the proposed budget allocation for Area Councils to be paid.
Esther Alick, a class one teacher on Epi is an example of direct result of dedication, time and effort teachers everywhere are offering for the nation building.
Repairing police facilities is one of the priorities under the Public Buildings Recovery Package 1, a project financially supported by the Australian Government.
About 360 items of handicraft and artifact by 245 members of Banganvanua area council of women on Maewo from 16 clubs in villages from Naumuumu to Navenevene and Naviso
The kindy kids just loved it, and so did the GIs. Monday morning at school starting time the children of the Yvonne Webber Kindergarten on the Tagabe Anglican Church station were all at school on time
Education officials strongly believe that communication is the heart of the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) therefore are developing their own communication strategy.
Health services at Rustron Dispensary at Amapelau on East Malo can now be done also at night with lights from a solar panel handed over by the Minister of Health Toara Daniel when he visited the facility recently.
Australia’s Labour Senator for Tasmania, Anne Urquhart, has been visiting schools in Port Vila since yesterday with cartons of reading books and school stationery.
Ambae’s young Angkai Tagaro MP Alickson Vira knows exactly where to establish himself and that is in the heart of his people in the South, East, North East and North Ambae.
Vanuatu Police Force is taking lead to reflect seriously on the health status of its officers while they are performing their roles to maintain law and order throughout Vanuatu.
CCECC, the Chinese construction company building the road on Tanna, has been doing what other construction companies have not been doing, which is spraying the road with water on sunny days to minimise dust.
The Minister of Finance and Economic Management, Gaetan Pikioune, has bemoaned payment of the benefits of retired civil servants as one of the longstanding issues the current government cannot properly address.
Market vendors at Lenakel Market on Tanna have welcomed the words of the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, Matai Seremaiah on his first official visit to Tanna
The participants from Teouma Area that attended the five-days training workshop on how to use a chainsaw were very happy that they took the time to attend this training because they are now impressed with themselves for the skills they have acquired from the training.
Over 300 members of the newly established ‘Port Vila Common Transport Association’ will formally launch their constitution tomorrow (Tuesday 25th October 2016) at Independence Park in Port Vila.
The paramount chief of Ifira Tenuku, Teriki Paunimanu Mantaoi Kalsakau III, has accepted the return of a traditional Ifira tamtam (gong) by a chief from Tongoa Island, Chief Sepeta James.
On Thursday last week we published an article on Chief Viraleo Boborenvanua (Viranleo John James as named by the Court) and his group being jailed by the Supreme Court for disrespecting, disobeying, and not accepting the authority of the Court.
A total of 21 carvings by members of the Nawita Association of Vanuatu Contemporary Artists were handed over for the Vanuatu Tourism Infrastructure Project (VTIP) in Port Vila Friday afternoon
Fire fighters of the Vanuatu Fire Service deserve to be congratulated for successfully using their new fire trucks to put out the first major fire which gutted the offices of Air Vanuatu Building last weekend.
Seasonal worker, Mathieu Batick has returned home after serving around one year jail term in New Zealand for assault with intent to commit sexual violation and indecent assault.
The Mayor of Port Vila Municipal Council (PVMC), Ulrich Sumptoh, told 96 Buzz FM Reporter, Kizzy Kalsakau, that the Bouffa Landfill machines are not in a good working condition and in dire need of repair which is why the dump site is in a very poor state now.