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“Cooperative means people work together to achieve success so today (yesterday) on behalf of the Deputy Prime Minister and Acting Prime Minister, I call upon all of you good people of Ekipe, to cooperate to enable your Kihirik Cooperative to continue to develop and live on for years and year…

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Police are appealing to Chief Taripoamata and people of Kurumambe Village on Tongoa, the Tongoa Council of Chiefs in Port Vila and people of Tongoa who are living in Santo, Efate and Malekula to assist police with information that could lead to the arrest of John Etienne, the main suspect in…

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The Department of Correctional Services is undergoing a major review.

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THE SUSPECT of the teenage Montmartre student that was allegedly murdered in Teouma Garden was confirmed he is on parole on sexual related offences.

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Members of the Silae Vanua Market Vendors Association (SVMVA) convened at Moso Island for the past three days, sharing experiences as market vendors in the informal sector and ideas to better address their needs.

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The Malvatumauri Secretariat has completed the massive national elections of the 20 Islands’ Area Councils of Chiefs from the Torres Group of Islands in Torba Province in the extreme North, to Futuna Island in Tafea Province on the Southern tip of the country, in preparation for the overall …

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The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) is urgently appealing to schools accommodating displaced Ambae students to submit detailed student information to the Vanuatu Education Management Information System (VEMIS).

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The Vanuatu National Bank has once again shown its true colours towards developing the rural agricultural sector by donating Vt200,000 to the Chairman of the Kava Festival, Director of Agriculture and Rural Development Antoine Ravo yesterday.

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Acting Prime Minister, Bob Loughman has launched the Baseline Survey for the National Sustainable Development Plan (NSDP) last Friday.

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While Vanuatu is now on the door step of natural disasters at the end of 2018, Presbyterian Church Elder Kafau John of Mangaliliu Village on the road to North Efate, reminds the whole country to always put God first in all things they do and remember to pray to ask God for His protection at …

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“I was at Chantilly’s recently and I was most impressed with the evidence of increased presence of fish in the water below now compared to three months earlier. This is as a result of the fishing ban with a ‘namele’ leaf put in place by the local landowners involving Ifira Trustees who has p…

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The man who was charged with the death of late Sylvie Sam in a fatal road accident in January this year has been acquitted of all charges in the Supreme Court.

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The Office of the Maritime Regulator (OMR) and Department of Ports and Marine received a complaint from a resident at the Ifira Point about an oil spill washed up along the Ifira Point, 100 meters from the temporary wharf on 11th October, 2018.

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The executive community, chiefs and elders of Melsisi, Central Pentecost have long envisioned the building of their own communal nakamal at Anaburu area.

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World Vision Vanuatu and Jennifer Ann’s Group, with assistance from the Australian Government, have collaboratively produced ‘Rispek Danis’ a culturally relevant video game intended to teach young people about the meaning and importance of consent in relationships.

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The capital has been buzzing this week with talk that a medical marijuana company would soon be setting up shop in Santo. But Vanuatu Investment Promotion Authorities stubbed out the spark of controversy by insisting that not only is the company’s business plan not a pot plantation, they wou…

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Giving children and women, people with disability a voice just like everyone else in national disaster risk reduction activities was the main message of the yesterday’s International Disaster Risk Reduction (IDRR) Day in Port Vila.

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One Salt Water is likely to make waves when five members of its charitable organisaton from Moso Island and Mangaliliu on North Efate, attend its annual seminar in Brisbane, Australia this week.

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Minister of Health, Norris Jack Kalmet has donated financial assistance to a Malapoa College year 13 student to attend the Aviation Air taxi school program in Port Vila. Edlina Bakokoto has been fortunate to be one of the lucky recipients to receive such donations from the Efate MP and gover…

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These are the first photos taken in the Buzz FM studio to mark its launch on the 12th of October 2012. Yesterday Buzz FM marked its 6th Birthday which also coincide with its part owner Marc Neil-Jones who is also celebrating his birthday somewhere in London. (Inset)Some of the hardworking Bu…

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Vanuatu is no stranger to extreme weather. With an average of 2-3 cyclones per year, multiple shakes and storms – disasters are something that can affect everyone in the community. With cyclone season just around the corner, making sure everyone is ready for a potential disaster is a top priority.

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Another Year 9 student has been pronounced dead after an accident involving a female colleague while on a picnic yesterday midday in Raru Rentapau River.

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The Vanuatu Financial Intelligence Unit (VFIU) has taken the same stand as the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu that Vanuatu is not ready for blockchain technology.

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“This type of wanton destruction does not provide a positive image for persons wishing to invest in Vanuatu, and the persons involved need to be brought to justice. The owner is willing to pay a reward of Vt200,000 for information leading to the arrest of those responsible. Anyone with infor…

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The Supreme Court yesterday granted urgent interlocutory orders (ex parte) to Apma Financial Investment Centre (AFIC) against Barnabas Tabirupmel (Tabi) and entities that used to be subsidiary companies under AFIC.

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Residents around the area of Warauloa Point, commonly known as Ifira Point are calling for action on the debris along the beach.

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