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A University of the Sunshine Coast Occupational Therapy student from Burpengary is determined to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged mothers and babies in Vanuatu – one reusable nappy at a time.

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Wednesday 18 September witnessed the launch of a catalogued report on the commercial use of drones to deliver lifesaving vaccines to children living in remote areas.

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Plans are underway to upgrade the current temporary shipping facilities at Pontoon Bay to ensure the area provides acceptable berthing service to domestic vessels until the new domestic wharf at South Paray is completed.

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The criminal case involving Speaker of Parliament, Simeon Seule has been adjourned.

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The general consensus of a large expat group gathered at the Beach Bar at Mele Bay on Monday afternoon and evening was one of total disbelief that former professional diver and yachtsman Matt Grimley had passed away.

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The second national kava forum organised by Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) will take place at the Vanuatu Agriculture College (VAC) in Luganville, Santo next week.

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Leaders Party of Vanuatu (LPV) has once again proven its rule after securing the highest number of votes in the Luganville Municipal Council

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The Supreme Court has ordered the Vanuatu Government to pay more than VT9 million to FR8 Logistics Limited for unpaid debts owed to the company from 2016 to 2018.

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Air Vanuatu yesterday announced the first successful recipients of the Pilot Development Program (PDP) Scholarship under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in May 2019 between the national airline and the Government’s Ministry of Education and Training Services.

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Minister of Education and Training, Jean Pierre Nirua has revealed that Vanuatu will have a Bilingual University soon.

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Penama’s own former Public Prosecutor, Kayleen Tavoa of Pentecost, was unanimously elected President of the Penama Vavine Bulu Association, at a highly successful dinner dance at Harbour View to celebrate Penama Day on Sunday, September 16.

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The moral economy of mobile phones: Pacific Islands perspectives is a collection edited by Robert J. Foster and Heather A. Horst. It presents anthropological research from the Pacific: primarily Papua New Guinea (PNG), but also Fiji and Vanuatu.

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A reputable local tourism company seems to have been tricked into gathering personal information for an identity theft scam.

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The 15th session of the Codex Coordinating Committee for North America and South West Pacific was opened yesterday by Director General of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, Mr Moses Amos, on behalf of Minister Matai Seremaiah.

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The Creek Ai road in North West Efate is now open to public, the contractor for the Cyclone Pam Road Reconstruction (CCECC) confirmed.

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Weaver Jocelyn Garaelulu of Longana People’s Centre in East Ambae was caught in the Port Vila Handikraft Senta recently weaving a giant lamp shade for one of her clients, while standing inside the almost finished item.

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Equipped with their Green Certificate, six custom landowners of Port Vila land on which the Capital is located, are appealing to all business houses particularly all along the Port Vila seafront as well as the Second Lagoon seafront, for respect and cooperation.

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The Vanuatu Meteorology and Geohazards Department (VMGD) Van-KIRAP workshop has prioritised the different approaches each target sector should follow on delivering Climate Information Services (CIS) for Resilient Development against Climate Change impacts in Vanuatu.

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Port Vila’s offshore island of Ifira may be small but its community is taking gigantic steps with their farm development at North Efate where they started with breeding of cattle, a poultry yard, piggery, ducks and now planting of yams.