When the new Pontoon is built on the site of the former Department of Fisheries, all Chinese fishing boats fishing under the Vanuatu Flag of Convenience will offload their catch in Port Vila without having to offload in Fiji anymore.
Founder and Chairperson of Women Against Crime and Corruption, Jenny Ligo says as Vanuatu joins the People’s Republic of China to celebrate the 68th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China, it is important that people appreciate what the Government and People of China a…
The Republic of Vanuatu and the Republic of Azerbaijan, have formally established diplomatic relations, on the 22nd of September at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
Geohazards Unit director Esline Garaebiti has advised Ambae islanders to ‘stay by the radio’ following a multi-sectoral assessment team visit to the island, where the Lombenben volcano has been upgraded to Level 4, which puts it in a state of moderate eruption.
Ambassador Odo Tevi, Vanuatu’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, presenting his credentials to US President, Donald Trump, in the Oval Office last week.
The Vanuatu Tourism , with the support of the Vanuatu Strategic Tourism Action Plan and the financial assistance of the New Zealand Aid via the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) launched the Port Vila City Tourism Ambassador Program and have witnessed the graduation of the first t…
A high-level ceremony marking the opening for signature of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear weapons was convened by the UN Secretary-General on Wednesday 20 September 2017 in New York. Signing on behalf of the Vanuatu Government was, Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Coopera…
The Vanuatu Investment Promotion Authority (VIPA) has since moved from its former location at the Laguna Building to the former French Embassy building and will now run its Investment Service Center.
If one Minister and his staff were overjoyed yesterday then it was the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Biosecurity, Matai Seremaiah,his Acting Director General, Benjamin Shing and the five Directors of the five Departments under MALFFB.
The 69th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu (PCV), decided to hold the seats of the Head of State and the First Lady in the Church Assembly for five years during which the seats will not be occupied until their term in State Office is completed and they could return as me…
The Local Education Group, comprising the Ministry and Department of Education, Senior Government Officials and Partners will come together on Monday next week to discuss the Education and Training Sector Strategies for 2019-2030.
Acting Director General of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, Benjamin Shing says the Bible makes it clear on creation that “By the sweat of thy brow, thou shalt eat bread”, and MALFFB is striving to achieve just that in line with the Government visi…
The national executive of the Nagriamel Political Movement has described the termination of the Air Vanuatu (Operations) Limited, Board of Directors as ‘politically motivated’.
The Chairman of Airports Vanuatu Limited (AVL), Bakoa Kaltongga, has assured the Minister of Finance and Economic Manager (MFEM), Gaetan Pikioune, that AVL intends to begin payment of dividends to the Government in 2018.
The first money laundering case that ripped off ANZ Bank customers in 2015 has been set for trial, after both defendants denied the charges laid against them, last week.
On September 13 and 14 2017, the Daily Post published consecutive stories depicting the views of some people affected by an eviction order lawfully obtained and carried out on the Esema land, inaccurately called Tanoliu land in the articles.
There is a lot to like about living in Brisbane. However, one thing I find both perplexing and irritating is how much time and energy people spend talking about traffic, roads and road works.
Australian High Commissioner, Jenny Da Rin, is handing over five brand new tractors to the Department of Agriculture at independence Park this morning, following a request by the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, to the former High Commissioner Jeremy B…
A task force appointed by the Minister of Internal Affairs, is making an urgent call to all Non Government Organizations in Vanuatu to register at the VANGO to attend an Annual General Meeting (AGM) on September 27.
The Member Financial Service Limited (MFSL), a subsidiary of the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF), has paid another Vt25 million dividend to its parent company this week to reinvest in future expansion.
The Department of Industry (DoI) under the Ministry of Tourism, Trade, Industry, Commerce, and Ni-Vanuatu Business (MTTICNVB) will undergo a significant review of its National Industry Policy (NIP) in the upcoming remaining months of 2017.
On our Australian doorstep is an amazing place, Papua New Guinea. Seven of us were there for the month of August, exploring a remote region of islands and atolls in the Massim district of Milne Bay Province by boat, visiting places most people would not think of seeing.
The Ambassador-designate of Switzerland, Mrs. Yasmine Chatila Zwalhen, has presented her letter of credence to the Acting President of the Republic of Vanuatu, Esmon Simon.
The Youth At Work Programme of the Department of Youth and Sports has created a specialised canoe, which will assist in the clean-up campaigns being started this Friday, for a work start at Second Lagoon (Emten).
The first road maintenance work for Central Pentecost, in over 20 years is finally getting underway, after the arrival of the heavy works unit on Monday.
Registrar and Director of Cooperatives, Ridley Joseph says under the new Cooperative Policy, the name Vanuatu Cooperative Federation will be changed to Vanuatu Cooperative Business Network.
The Vanuatu Chinese Scholarship Alumni Association, convened for its inaugural meeting at the Crystal Palace yesterday. The association is formed by the Vanuatu students who studied in China, with the assistance of the Chinese Embassy in Port Vila.
If climate change has made any positive impact on the lives of the people, then it has increased the number of fruits on the trees and convinced communities to also change their catering ingredients from the shops to the gardens.
A concerned Ambae Islander has described to Daily Post an onset of panic that is accumulating on the island, in relation to the latest seismic activity of the Ambae Volcano.