“The best way as I see it is that if we send our young people to Australia under SWP or New Zealand under the RSE, to work under the seasonal work programmes then come home and fund the education of our children, I believe this is the best investment to make by our young men and women for th…
26 youths from different islands in Vanuatu with a similar passion in helping their communities adapt to climate change are ready to begin a 6-months course at the Vanuatu Institute of Technology (VIT) in Port Vila.
Vanuatu’s newly opened Supekalapoa Fish market is a first in the Pacific region — a small facility that has the processing capacity of 20 tons of fish — at any given time.
A man from Vuigalato on Ambae has been given a suspended sentence but ordered to do 100 hours of community work after he was found guilty of intentional assault.
Two ni-Vans have departed the country last Friday to pursue their Masters degree in Japan in the next one to two years, under the Pacific Leaders Educational Assistance for Development State (Pacific-LEADS).
The first chapter of Charlotte Mary Yonge’s 19th century biography of her brother, the Life of J.C. Patterson, Bishop Patterson, underscores the perceived view of the times concerning the need to build relations between communities, near and far.
The Government is finally fulfilling its promise to put early childhood educators on the government payroll, something it has never done since Independence.
The Utilities Regulatory Authority (the ‘Authority’) has released its Preliminary Decision in the matter of Vanuatu Utilities Infrastructures (VUI) Tariff review of Electricity price in Luganville and Port Olry electricity customers.
The stories about so-called G-Plate vehicles are sometimes legendary. Back in the bad old days, one Minister became something of a legend with his remarkable ability to bang up his vehicle. Not a weekend would pass, it seemed, without a Mi Harem Se piece about how he’d managed to run the veh…
“Many people said it was not yet the time for Independence. But if it was not yet the time for Independence for Vanuatu, at the time when Vanuatu gained her independence, then when would have been the right time and where would we be today?
The Paama Council of Chiefs in Port Vila and on the island, have expressed concern about long outstanding land issues that have not been resolved after the 1980 independence up to now. While the Paama Council of Chiefs says it fully realizes the complexity of land issues in Vanuatu, neverthe…
The six Provincial tourism offices, travel call centers, and local tour and inbound operators based on Efate, Santo, and outer islands have developed travel packages for the islands which they will be showcasing at the second Vanuatu Travel Show to be held at Warwick Le Lagon Resort on Wedne…
With Mr Barnabas Tabi no longer at the helm of AFIC (Apma Financial Investment Centre) as its Director, the cooperative institution he helped to create has filed a claim in March this year against him and three other respondents.
The Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, Matai Seremaiah will launch the National Forestry Week at the Sea Front from August 21 -24 with the theme: “Forests and Sustainable Cities, PLANEM TREE BLONG SEVEM LAEF”.
Over two hundred children aged two to sixteen and their parents from different denominations are going to jam Seventh Day Adventist Freshwind Church this morning, to showcase what they have learned in a week of Vocational Bible School (VBS) Programmes.
The Vanuatu Magistrates Court, with the assistance of the Pacific Judicial Strengthening Initiative (PJSI), undertook a 5-day gender and family violence workshop between the 9th and 16th of August in Port Vila. The course was officially opened by the Hon. Justice Saksak of the Supreme Court,…
A motor mechanic is now waiting to be sentenced by the Court after he pleaded guilty to one count of intentional assault, contrary to section 107 (c) of the Penal Code Act [CAP 135].
The late Chief Willie George Manabale of Makira has left an outstanding legacy and is arguably the only ni-Vanuatu, who travelled around the world, working as a welder and greaser on foreign vessels.
As of Sunday, 12th August 2018, Reverend James Tama’s official title is the Right (Rt) Reverend James Tama, Bishop of the Diocese of Vanuatu and New Caledonia (DOVNC).
The Taloa community on Nguna was the fortunate recipient of a big generator yesterday, thanks to Efate Rural’s Graon mo Jastis Pati (GJP) Member of Parliament, Gillion William.
PENAMA Disaster Officer, Manson Tari, said they have not received any complaints from evacuees in evacuation centres and host communities on Maewo regarding relief food and shelter.
Well-known US evangelist Douglas Klinedinst, will speak at the UMPCI Vanuatu Evening Crusades at the UPCIV national auditorium, opposite Lycee Lab in Port Vila this evening.
Maya Angelou, a famous African American civil rights activist, once stated, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”.
A 34-year-old man has received an imprisonment sentence of five years and four months after the Supreme Court found him guilty of sexually assaulting his 12-year-old stepdaughter.
The Department of Water, which represents the Vanuatu Government walked away with four awards, and UNELCO with one award at the recent Pacific Water and Wastewater Association (PWWA) Annual Conference and Expo in New Caledonia.
The Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Cluster lead by the Department of Water Resources has announced its decision to stop the shipment of bottled water for evacuees on Maewo.
A workshop on the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the Universal Periodic Review was convened at the MSG Secretariat.