The Vanuatu Daily Post is the ONLY daily newspaper in Vanuatu. Launched in 1993 as The Trading Post it quickly established itself as a pioneer of freedom of press in Vanuatu and has broken practically every major news story first since its launch by English born publisher Marc Neil-Jones.
The publisher faced enormous difficulties in the early years and was subject to deportation, jailing and assaults, however those days have passed on the newspaper has had a local Ni Vanuatu editor since 2003.
As Vanuatu’s largest privately owned media company, employing nearly 50 people, Trading Post Ltd has successfully moved in publishing the official tourism newspaper of the Vanuatu Tourism office called What To Do In Vanuatu and has launched a popular radio station called 96 BUZZ FM.
Vanuatu Daily Post is a successful and profitable newspaper and is consistently been the first choice for all advertising in Vanuatu.
We are pleased to have received aid assistance from the Australian government through Pacmas Media Innovation Fund to help us with the development of this web site.
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