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A man reportedly from China living in Vanuatu was released on bail after he allegedly assaulted another Chinese national after disagreements relating to business.

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More than 100 adults and children have enjoyed an early Christmas Party organized for the Vanuatu Society for People with Disability (VSPD) by the member of the LTK Exercise Group on Saturday December 8.

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Another Motion of No confidence, was deposited with the office of the Speaker of parliament at 2.55 pm yesterday afternoon, according to a reliable source.

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The China Civil Engineering Construction Company will continue working on the drainage in front of Au Bon Marche Korman and Port Vila International School.

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The Assistant Secretary of Defence of the United States (US), Mr Randall Schriver is on route to the Pacific Island countries to strengthen bilateral ties between US and the Pacific countries.

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Thirty-one MPs from the Government side and 14 MPs from the Opposition side were present in parliament yesterday morning that enabled the Second Ordinary session of the parliament to go ahead. This is the final session for 2018.

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Digicel Vanuatu has announced the launch of Digicel Play TV, its all-new subscription home TV service with amazing channels for the whole family, on a big TV screen and at the comfort of your living room.

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Police are now investigating a person of Asian origin that was released on bail last week after allegations that he was circulating Vt5,000 and Vt10,000 counterfeit polymer notes.

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Head of State, Obed Tallis, yesterday in his speech to open the Second Ordinary Session, reminded members of parliament that the current Legislature has one year and two months left, before the next general election.

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ralph Reganvanu, told world leaders during the COP24 High-Level Segment (HLS) in Poland that Vanuatu will hold fossil fuel companies accountable for the effects of climate change.

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The Commonwealth Litter Programme (CLiP) is proud to launch the Pacific Marine Litter Challenge, a competition with categories for children (6 years and up), artists, students and entrepreneurs.

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Public Works Director, Samuel Matangi Namuri has been remanded on alleged tax evasion charges.

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The Leader of the Opposition, Ishmael Kalsakau, confirmed that complaints have been lodged on breach of Leadership Code against some members of parliament (MPs) yesterday afternoon, with the office of the Ombudsman.

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Seventy business owners met on Monday to share their concerns relating to recent amendments to the Work Permits Act, which was passed without stakeholder consultation.

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The MSG Secretariat was invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia to join over 57 nations, 10 international governmental organisations and 70 Observers at the Bali Democracy Forum 2018 held in Nusa Dua, Bali, from 6-7 December 2018.

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Yesterday evening the Secretary General of the Vanua’aku Pati (VP) Hosea Nevu officially welcomed the Rural Development Party (RDP) MPs to VP.

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The bombs went up in a blast in North Efate on Monday as a team of Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) specialists from the Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF) and the Australian Army conducted demolitions to safely destroy World War Two ordnance that were discovered in Malapoa Estate a fortnight ago.

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A landowner and chief of Lewawa in central Pentecost, Vireial Sabobowut Buletik Edmond, told Prime Minister (PM) Charlot Salwai, in a letter that he will not accept any more road projects passing through his land boundary.

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A 40-year-old Tanna driver was found dead some metres away from Whitegrass Airport terminal early Saturday, and foul play is suspected in his death, sources said.

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International Volunteer Day (IVD) on 5 December was designated by the United Nations in 1985 as an international observance day to celebrate the power and potential of volunteerism.

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The Leader of the Opposition, MP Ishmael Kalskau, has lashed out at the Prime Minister and the Government for the lack of numbers of MPs in Parliament yesterday morning when the second ordinary session of parliament was supposed to have started, but had to be adjourned to Thursday because th…

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