The Parliament yesterday unanimously approved the transfer of power to approve and grant licenses from the Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) to the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR).
Churches of Christ Vanuatu has been working very closely with its communities on Ambae throughout the volcano disaster ordeal as Ambae is one of the islands in Penama, where Churches of Christ has its roots since 1901.
The Opposition sponsored Motion of No Confidence against Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, was defeated in parliament yesterday after 4pm, shortly after the debate on the motion.
“This Award really stands for justice, human rights, constitutional reform and the rule of law, and the people who get this award are honoured because many times they stood up for their families even when it meant risk personally, which is why we are here; by honouring Florence today we are …
The Electoral Commission has confirmed that the Seat of the former Deputy Prime Minister in Parliament is vacant, but that the Commission cannot proceed to arrange for a by-election for the vacant seat until the outcome of the Supreme Court ruling on the appeal by the former Deputy Prime Min…
The Alliance Francaise will be jammed on Thursday, June 21st from five o’clock in the afternoon as many bands; beginners, amateurs and well-known bands come together to let this generation feast on seven hours of different styles of music!
Labour mobility has had major changes since the inception of the Recognised Seasonal Employers (RSE) scheme and the Seasonal Workers Program (SWP).
Financial members of the Vanuatu Society for People with Disability (VSDP) who attended this year's VSDP annual General Meeting (GM) have expressed satisfaction about the services and growth of the organisation, said VSDP Executive Director Elison Bovu.
The Santo Travel Centre (STC), in close partnership with the Department of Tourism and local industry, commenced the sale of their new cruise day tour packages in Luganville, Espiritu Santo on Friday, 1st of June.
The Government says the absence of Opposition MPs at all of the Meetings after being appointed to the Committee has halted the continuation of the Constitutional Review, which resulted in the government bringing the Constitution Review (Seventh Amendment) Act No. of 2018 before the Special S…
The Fondation Suzanne Bastien (FSB) Gallery on Pango road will be opening two exhibitions - “Basket mo Mat” and “Yangfala Artis Blong Tumoro” at 5pm on Wednesday, June 27.
Vanuamadia has gone to both print and social media to raise its concerns on the points raised by the Public Relations office of the Prime Minister on the Motion of No Confidence.
This year’s US Ambassador Woman of Courage Award for Vanuatu will be presented by US Ambassador Catherine Ebert-Gary, to Florence Lengkon, at Vanuatu Cultural Centre Conference Room this morning.
The University of the South Pacific (USP) through the Faculty of Science, Technology and Environment (FSTE) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) will launch the Vanuatu In-country Science Programme (VISP) this afternoon (19th June) at the Emalus Campus.
Sources from Lolowai in North East Ambae claimed the body of the first victim after the Manaro volcanic activity has been reduced to level two, was found under his vehicle in North Ambae before last week.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) and the Office of the Maritime Regulator (OMR) will strengthen the welfare of seafarers in the maritime sector.
Onesua Presbyterian College (OPC) at north Efate is organizing a range of educational activities this week to honor and reminisce on its inception in 1953, as one of the oldest public school in Vanuatu.
The Vanuatu Tourism Awards for Excellence program started in 2015 as a collaborative effort between the Vanuatu government and the tourism industry to relaunch the tourism awards.
Former British Information Officer and forner Editor of New Hebrides News, Geoff Stevens, believed to be in his 80s, sends his condolences to Leias Cullwick and family for their loss.
Port Vila City has established a long lasting association with the Luganville Municipality and always Luganville regard Port Vila as a big brother, Luganville Mayor Onen Gaviga told Acting Port Vila Clerk, Michelle Jonas.
The Village Health Worker (VHW) Program is conducting its first pre-service training for village health workers for the first time in five years with a qualified external training provider.
The President of the Malvatumauri Council of Chiefs, Chief Senimao Tirsupe, says motions of no confidence are not the best way to resolve national or government issues.
The Minister of Finance and Economic Management (MOFEC), Gaeton Pikioune, instructed the staff and management of the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) to avoid chances of mismanaging public money as penalties can be taken against them.
Consultations on the Port Vila Market Bylaw review has begun with the Port Vila Market Management and Silae Vanua Market Vendors Association (SVMVA) gathering members together to give their recommendations.
The Department of Tourism Accreditation Division met with representatives from Port-Vila/ Shefa Lead Tourism Associations to discuss the Vanuatu Tourism Permit and Accreditation Program on Friday, the 1st of June 2018.
Members of the Parliamentary Opposition Group have questioned the Minister of Foreign Affairs as to when Australia and New Zealand will come to an agreement with Vanuatu on visa waiver exemption.
Allegations and comments thrown across the Parliament last week asserted that while public servants have been elected into parliament due to their credibility, some were likely to use Government assets in the process.
A prominent figure on the island of Ambae, Steven Garae, has made a call to authorities to leave the people of Ambae on their island as they are adapting to living with the new condition of the island.
Members of the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) on Ambae affected by the volcano crisis can use 20% from their pension retirement fund for housing purpose.
“Australia will continue to work with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities to build resilient roads and infrastructure that will continue to benefit the communities for many years to come. We also look forward to the next chapter of R4D II (formerly known as Vanuatu Transport …
The 40-year-old former manager of War Horse Saloon Bar, Ronald Vuduy, has been acquitted of the charge of intentional homicide but was convicted for the second charge of intentional assault causing death.
Ahead of the motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, Tuesday next week, the Prime Minister’s Office Public Relations Officer (PRO), Hilaire Bule, has come out to state that some of the points raised against PM in the Motion of No Confidence, are false and misleading.