Port Vila has never had a town plan until now.
The University of the South Pacific’s Emalus Campus in Port Vila is looking forward to meeting its new students, and helping them explore all that awaits them at this premier institution of higher learning
Member of Parliament (MP) for Torba, Christophe Emelee, has welcomed the Leaders Party of Vanuatu (LPV)’s recent declaration over the Party’s anti-income tax stance on the Government’s policy.
An island off mainland Malekula, called Lenur Island, is up for sale, according to an advertisement on Private Islands Magazine online, the magazine printed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has left Port Vila with a 13-man delegation as part of his visit to Belgian to attend the next European Union/ Vanuatu Enhanced Political Dialogue planned for January 24 this week.
While the Government has set targets on increasing the production of agricultural products, a local farmer from Tanna residing at Rentapau on Efate said he faces difficulty marketing his watermelon.
In response to last weekend’s reports of complaints about allegedly ‘tainted’ kava, Santo-based exporter Peter Colmar has provided clear scientific evidence that the product he provided to American suppliers is ‘noble’ and shows no trace of tainting.
The Vanuatu Investment Promotion Authority (VIPA) would like to notify all existing foreign investors, key line government agencies, organizations and the general public that VIPA’s Schedule of Application Fees
The Office of the Public Service Commission (OPSC) is taking a proactive and progressive approach to protect Government vehicles from misuse, coupled with saving the Vanuatu Government hundreds of millions
Director of Supply Chain, Jeremy Goodman of Carnival Australia, says he has been enjoying local steak in the restaurants with the delegation from Australia visiting a number of exporters in Port Vila and Luganville this week.
Port Vila Lord Mayor Ulrich Sumptoh has welcomed the decision of chief Teriki Paunimanu Mantoi Kalsakau and the Ifira council of chiefs to ban fishing from Prima area to Kawenu, just outside Port Vila.
Over one thousand people attended the Tupunis (slow food in Tannese) Melanesian Regional Slow Food Festival held at Lenakel, a small country town on Tanna Island, Vanuatu on August 22-26, 2016.
Parents wanting to send children to vocational institutions this year should enroll for accredited courses that lead to nationally recognized certificated and diploma qualifications.
A country programme to boost Vanuatu’s economic sector has been established between Vanuatu and the United Nations Industrial and Development Organisation (UNIDO).
On Sunday last week, New Zealand-based analyst Jose Sousa-Santos commented on Twitter that “Indonesia’s attempt at buying support from the Pacific region seem to have little to no impact on Melanesia’s stance on [West] Papua.”
The five most prominent Ni-Vanuatu charitable organisations in the country led by the Vanuatu Free West Papua Association (VFWPA), have petitioned the Australian Government to “stop killing Melanesian people
Minister for Finance and Economic Management (MFEM) Gaetan Pikioune signed a Ministerial Order to introduce the new Customs Harmonised Coding System, the HS 2017 on Thursday 5th of January 2017.
A 76-year-old New Zealander who was charged with one offence of unintentional harm causing death has been sentenced to seven months imprisonment, which will be suspended for 18 months.
Kokoreko community leader Willie Kaloris has said even though Jesus Christ fed 3000-5000 men in His time but when He hung dying on Calvary, He looked down and saw a group of women
Home is where the heart is and the power of unity can move mountains- the Sale Warcon family have put these heartrending words to action in full colors.
The new leaders of the TAFEA Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) Committee will be in Vanuatu from the 30th of January to visit four schools on Tanna and the Lenakel Hospital.
The Chinese Government on Thursday handed over equipment valued at about Vt7 million for the Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) through Televisen blong Vanuatu (TBV) to televise the Mini Games
The Principal of Malapoa College, Reginald Garoleo said 2016 results show a dropout of over 50% of Year 13 students, from all 10 Senior Secondary Anglophone Schools in Vanuatu.
An alleged drunken political appointee was spotted alseep in a G-vehicle belonging to the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development (MoYSD) at Tagabe, by passersby early this week.
Tar sealing of the 30km drive way from Whitegrass Airport through Lenakel to Green Point on Tanna is expected to begin this year, now that most of the excavation works are finalized.
Coconut plantation owners on Ambae have every reason to thank investor Semion Aru, for making history by increasing the copra price on the island to Vt50,000 per ton.
The Leaders Party of Vanuatu (LPV) has met with Prime Minister Charlot Salwai and asked the Government to address expenditures, look at policies that will ease doing business in Vanuatu
The Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Chair and Prime Minister of Solomon Islands, Manasseh Sogavare said leaders of MSG countries have a ‘greater’ responsibility to ensure their decisions
Kava farmers on Santo have expressed great fear of losing their kava production businesses in the wake of reports, alleging that investors will be engaging in mass kava production on their land.
The alert level of Lopevi volcano has been decreased from 3 to 2. According to the Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-Hazards Observatory, the volcano is still in major unrest stage.
The Principal of Malapoa College, Reginald Garoleo, wants to see full restoration of the College once the new facilities funded by the Chinese Government, are completed
RMS Engineering & Construction Pty Ltd, the Australian company contracted for the Port Vila Urban Development Project (PVUDP)
Nguna/Pele councilor Reuben Tamara has given his support to a new candidate who will be contesting under the ticket of the Reunification Movement for Change (RMC) ticket in the upcoming Provincial Election.
The people of North Efate and the offshore islands will have for the very first time ever, a Police remanding cell and a staff house at the Silaiwia Police Post at Paunagisu village.