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The Mauria Correctional Centre in Luganville was officially opened by the Vanuatu Government and the New Zealand High Commission yesterday afternoon. It is funded by the New Zealand Government. (Photos supplied).

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Last week’s 14th Pacific Regional ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly in Port Vila issued a five-point position of the issue of West Papuan independence.

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“On Mystery Island, when tourists become thirsty, they return to the ship to drink water and this is not on as they come ashore to spend their money on the island”.

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Bank South Pacific (BSP) Vanuatu has committed to supporting the prestigious annual Santo Rodeo & Agricultural Show that was held over last weekend at Kavu Park, Colmar Plantation in Vanuatu.

  • By Len Garae
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Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has likened the growing and nurturing of the relations between Vanuatu and China to a shoot of a young plant that must be guided to grow upwards to its destiny.

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Manager Geo-hazard Esline Garaebiti Bule wishes to advise that the date for triggering the Tsunami Siren this afternoon has been postponed to the same day at same time next week.

  • By Richard M. Nanua
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The Court of Appeal has referred back to the trial judge the case involving 19 former employees of Port Vila Municipality (PVM) after it found the lower court ruling lacked reasons of the decision reached “that there should be judgment as to liability”.

  • By Len Garae
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Acting Director of the Department of Tourism Development, Donald Pelam, is determined to implement the call by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, Joe Natuman, to develop new products to entice 60% of cruise tourists to leave their comfort zones onboard cruise liners and come …

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In 2005, ni-Vanuatu artist, Emmanuel Watt, won an award in China for a sculpture he created that went on an international display in China.

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Lieutenant Commander (Lt CDR) Lorna Gray, Commanding Officer of the HMNZS Otago and New Zealand High Commissioner to Vanuatu, Georgina Roberts recently co-hosted a luncheon for several women leaders on board the HMNZS Otago.

  • By Glenda Willie
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Police Operation India Alpha begins today after being launched by the Commissioner of Police, Albert Nalpini.

  • By Richard M. Nanua
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A woman will be spending 16 months in prison with immediate effect after the Court of Appeal quashed her initial suspended sentence of 20 months, imposed by the Supreme Court.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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Celebration for Havanah area, West Efate, to mark the 37th Anniversary of the Independence of Vanuatu on July 30, was officially opened Tuesday afternoon, July 25 at Mangaliliu village by Shefa Councilor for the area, George Kalkaua.

  • By Glenda Willie
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Minister of Internal Affairs, Alfred Maoh, has officially declared the opening of the 2017 Independence Anniversary celebration, as Vanuatu celebrates its 37 years of sovereignty.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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In a recent political development on Paama Island constituency, new supporters have moved to join MP Fred Tasso, in U-Bloc, according to a statement released by MP Tasso spokesman.

  • By Fern Napwatt
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The Vanuatu Green Confederation Party was confirmed to be still ‘rooted’ after two councilors moved sides to join the Reunification Movement for Change party last week.

  • By Len Garae
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Pastor Jacob Vula of Living Water Church has said a Christian marriage must remain Christian and a custom chief should not be used to resolve any social issues that arise during the marriage, not even spilling the blood of animals to resolve issue(s) because that would not be Christian.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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On the 26th of July in 1980, one of the most colourful parades ever seen in Port Vila, took place along the main street of the Capital of Vanuatu, beginning at Fung Kuei, through to the Sea Front.

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Chinese Ambassador to Vanuatu, Liu Quan and Prime Minister Charlot Salwai have unveiled a plaque to mark the official opening of the new Chinese Embassy at Nambatri, Port Vila yesterday.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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The Deputy Prime Minister, Joe Natuman, was in Geneva, Switzerland, last week to participate in the biennial “Global Review of Aid for Trade” that kicked off on Tuesday July 11 at World Trade Organization (WTO) headquarters, with the heads of multiple international agencies calling for great…

  • By Godwin Ligo
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The new Acting Secretary General of the Nagriamel Political Commission, Jeff Joel Patunvanu, said he will apply every pressure he can, in his executive position, to get the Vanuatu Government to agree to a Free Trade Zone for Luganville, Santo.

  • By Godwin Ligo
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At 3am yesterday morning (Children’s Day), a mother gave birth to a baby girl at the Vila Central Hospital maternity ward.

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The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) CEO, Chris Cocker strongly believes that ‘Tourism can make a strong contribution to the economies of Least Developed Countries where the sector is a major exporter’ in line with the findings of a recently released report.

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Beginning Friday and continuing all through the weekend, the nearly completed Seafront area, stretching from Fatumaru bay all the way downtown, became Port Vila’s new favourite place.

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Geo-hazard Manager Esline Garaebiti Bule says siren after July 27 is real tsunami

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“At 4 o’clock sharp this Thursday July 27, we will trigger every tsunami siren in Port Vila and the public is asked to be present near each one to hear and know what it sounds like.

  • By Len Garae
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Breakas Beach Resort Food & Beverage Manager, Roy Ernst, has welcomed the offer from Pacific Organic and Ethical Trade Community (POETCOM), to start serving organic dishes at the Resort in the first trial to qualify as the first resort ever to serve strictly organic dishes.

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  • By Anita Roberts
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The Government will be rolling out free early childhood and secondary education from year 7 to 10 starting next year (2018), Prime Minister (PM) Charlot Salwai has declared.

  • By Jonas Cullwick
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The spouses of ACP/EU Members of Parliament here for the 14th Pacific Regional Meeting of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly last week in Port Vila joined the spouses of local dignitaries for a day-long outing on Thursday as part of the program of the meeting.

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Independence week festivities kick off today as the country takes a day to celebrate its future.

  • By Anita Roberts
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The Reunification Movement for Change (RMC) Party has grown in number with four elected members of parliament (MPs) announcing their support to join the party and rally for the next general election.

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The Daily Post circulated the Revenue Review Committee’s final report to a number of business owners and stakeholders this week, and so far the response has been lukewarm at best.

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