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Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has announced the successful outcome of the historical maritime boundary talks, between the Government of the Republic of France, and the Government of the Republic of Vanuatu from February 13-14, 2018.

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Bank South Pacific (Vanuatu) Limited has joined with the Chinese community of Port Vila to celebrate Chinese New Year and see in the Year of the Dog.

  • By Len Garae
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The vision is clear that sooner or later, all artefact and handicraft products on sale at the Vanuatu Handikraf Senta and Mahitahi will be ‘Made in Vanuatu’.

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  • By Anita Roberts
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The Ministry of Health (MOH) has reported an increase in cases of dengue infection at the Northern Provincial Hospital (NPH) in Luganville, Santo.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Over 50 employers are now paying their employee contributions to the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) after failing to comply with the VNPF Act, some for many years.

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Even as Luganville braces for another outbreak of dengue, authorities and aid workers in Port Vila are preparing to roll out a revolutionary approach to eradicating Zika, Dengue and Chikungaya viruses in the wild.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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The four-member assessment team from the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) which conducted an assessment of the Parliament of the Republic of Vanuatu this week met with the Speaker of Parliament, Esmon Saimon, Friday and gave him a preliminary report on its findings.

  • By Len Garae
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“Despite the failures women have experienced over the years, Vanuatu must be seen to be proactive in women in decision making and women in politics and for them to success, the Government has to do the right thing, in line with 30% involvement by women in the Government’s Plan of Action”.

  • By Len Garae
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Vanuatu Beverage Limited has started a cleaning campaign in joint partnership with Wan Smol Bag and Cellovila by picking up litter through Mele Village, Suango Beach, Malapoa area and Lini Highway from Tebakor to Manples two days ago.

  • By Len Garae
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The theme for this year’s Farmer’s Field Day, which will be held at the Tagabe Agriculture Training Centre in May is ‘Eat local, think global’.

  • Fern Napwatt
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The Minister of Agriculture and Livestock has paid an official visit to a newly refurbished Vanuatu Poultry Abattoir and hatchery.

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The Daily Post sat down last year with mechanics from Carpenter Motors and Thrifty Motors to get a solid handle on exactly what you need to do to get your vehicle ready for its annual road worthiness inspection at the Public Works garage.

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It’s been a year since ground breaking was supposed to happen on the Bauerfield runway repair project. The Daily Post caught with Airports Vanuatu Ltd CEO Jason Rakau for an update. The youthful-looking CEO is quietly confident. Efforts to deal once and for all with safety concerns over Vanu…

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The Electoral Office has issued a reminder to all politicians and supporters to avoid bribery and corrupt practices, as political groupings finalise their campaign strategies for the Port Vila Municipal Election on March 7.

  • By Royson Willie
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Nine current and former members of the Vanuatu Mobile Force withdrew their Vt99 million claim in the Court of Appeal yesterday against the Coroner’s Court of Vanuatu and the Republic of Vanuatu.

  • By Len Garae
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“As the first ever students to enter the Pre University Centre of Luganville this year, you are all very special because it was as a result of your superior academic performance in your examination at the end of your Year 13, that as the Minister of Education and Training, i congratulate you…

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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A third group of six ni-Vanuatu seasonal workers left the country Wednesday afternoon for the crocodile farm in Darwin, Northern Territory of Australia. They leave after the first ever group also of six men to work in the crocodile farm seasonal work, arrived back in the country on Monday af…

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  • By Jane Joshua
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Vanuatu leaders want the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) to take a more active role in putting the focus back on the fundamental founding principle of political self-determination of the Melanesian people.

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The Department of Environment, Protection and Conservation (DEPC) facilitated a half-day workshop at the Melanesian Hotel in Port Vila with numerous government stakeholders on Monday, in order to initiate the development of an Environmental Information Management System (EIMS).

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The National Committee on Maritime Boundary Delimitation at the mandate of the Council of Ministers are in Sydney, Australia at the University of Sydney engaging in boundary negotiations with France on the issue of delimitation and on the issue of sovereignty over the Mathew (Umaeneag) and H…

  • By Godwin Ligo
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A draft budget of Vt20 million by the Electoral Office to cover the Port Vila Municipal Elections has been reduced to Vt13 million.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The parents of students attending Dombulu Primary School on the island of Tutuba, Santo are calling for qualified teachers to provide quality education to their children.

  • By Anita Roberts
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Frustrations over the new registration system this week posed a threat to the operation of Port Vila’s main market.

  • By Len Garae
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Chairman of the Malvatumauri National Council of Chiefs, Chief Mol Torvaka Lima Tirsupe is appealing to the Government through the Ministry of Home Affairs, to consult with the Office of the Malvatumauri before proceeding with new decentralisation policies to set up any Area Council Structur…

  • By Len Garae
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The four West Papuan official representatives of United Liberation Movement of West Papua (ULMWP) led by Chairman Benny Wenda, have been provided with historic VIP welcome by the Melanesian Spearhead Group host, Papua New Guinea Prime Minister, Peter O’Neil on arrival at Port Moresby last weekend.

  • By Fern Napwatt
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Concerns have been voiced over the safety of pedestrians and vehicles as the excavation taking place next to the Tana Russet Plaza has sent rolling boulders, just meters away from the footpath and the road yesterday afternoon.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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The trial of the biometric or National ID Card during the TORBA Provincial election on Mota Island on November 21, 2017 was a success, according to the Trial Election Report issued by the Acting Registrar of the Department of Civil Status, Ettienne Ravo.

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