The Unity Park Stage in Luganville and the SANMA Provincial Government Council (SPGC) stage damaged by cyclone Harold are being repaired by the China Civil Engineering Construction Company (CCECC).
The Minister for Youth and Sports Development, Willie Saatearoto has given the approval letter to the Tanvasoko Area Council of chiefs to host the 40th Independence Celebration at Kawenu field.
The Vanuatu Paralympic Committee was astonished with the turnout from the para-athletes in their first ever 40th Independence Para Sports Championship at the National Fitness & Evacuation Centre yesterday.
Island Constructions Limited has been awarded a contract worth Vt61 million to repair and upgrade the Independence Grandstand ahead of this year’s 40th Independence Anniversary.
The Australian High Commissioner to Vanuatu Sarah Clair De Zoeten will officially open the 40th Independence Para Sports Championship at the National Fitness & Evacuation Centre tomorrow.
Ministry of Youth Development and Sports are planning to re-introduce round island relay on Efate at the 40th Independence Anniversary tournament.
In celebration of the nation’s 40 years of independence, Vanuatu Volleyball Federation will be hosting the 40th Independence Indoor Volleyball Championships throughout July at the Epauto Multipurpose complex.
Vanuatu Rugby Union will kick off their first round robin game of their 40th Independence Anniversary competition next Friday at Independence Park.
In his response, to the speech by the Head of State, during the official opening, of the first ordinary session of parliament, on Tuesday morning, Prime Minister, Bob Lougman, reiterated that national developments, must always take place in the atmosphere of peace, and in accordance with the…
The Construction of the new road being cleared at Colardeau to Independence Park in Port Vila has been given the go-ahead by Paramount Chief of Ifira, Mantoi Paunimanu Kalsakau III, representing customary land owners.
Works to upgrade the Independence Park which include the Grandstand and the Independence Garden for the 40th Independence Anniversary celebration are underway.
The Task Force responsible for preparations towards this year’s 40th Independence Anniversary is aiming to create spectacular fireworks display never seen before in the Capital on the night of July 30.
Vanuatu’s 40th Independence Anniversary will still be celebrated nationwide, but it will only be a smaller event than what was originally planned due to the current COVID-19 situation, TC Harold and volcanic ash fall disasters.
Many communities in New Caledonia are looking forward to come to Vanuatu on July this year to celebrate the country’s 40th Independence Anniversary in Port Vila.
Mr Fred Samuel, the National Coordinator of the task force responsible for preparations Vanuatu’s 40th Independence Anniversary and the Pacific Islands Forum, has confirmed some of the preparations towards the two major events have commenced.
Vanuatu’s popular music festival known as Fest’Napuan will celebrate its Silver Jubilee along with Vanuatu’s 40 years anniversary on July of this year.
Ni-Vanuatu citizens residing in New Caledonia have decided to come together and to set up a committee that will look after the preparatory events for the 40th Independence Anniversary celebration.
Chief Justice Vincent Lunabek officially declared the opening of the Courts of Vanuatu yesterday at Dumbea Hall as he highlighted the vision, policy statement of the Judiciary, a 2019 review, as well as an overview of events and/or issues for 2019 and 2020.
The caretaker Prime Minister’s announcement and launching of Vanuatu’s celebrations of 40 Years of Independence on Tuesday this week might have met with some mixed sentiments, as it did for a particular friend.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai officially launched all activities towards the 40th Independence Anniversary and the 51st Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) meeting yesterday at the Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) complex.