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The Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) has issued a warning to students that have been terminated from their studies after receiving loans under VNPF’s Members Education Support Scheme (MESS). A total of 17 students studying under MESS at the University of the South Pacific (USP) Laucala…

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Prime Minister Bob Loughman toured the Noni Factory at Velit Bay, Santo after his arrival in Luganville yesterday morning.

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PNG Police Commissioner’s appointment ruled invalid by the court

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The promotion of rice production as a potential stable food and crop for Vanuatu has captured the interest of many farmers to join the small group of rice cultivators in the country.

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Minister of Justice and Community Services, Esmon Saimon, has signed orders establishing two different Commissions of Inquiry (CoI) into the National Housing Corporation (NHC) and illegal logging and trading activities.

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A signing agreement this week between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the Department of External Trades and six manufacturing businesses in Port Vila, seeks to ensure Vanuatu’s participation at the upcoming Dubai World Exposition.

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While we all hope that 2021 might deliver a healthier, more secure world, we also all know that COVID-19 has exposed inequalities and weaknesses in health systems and gaps in the fundamentals of healthcare, particularly relating to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).

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Over the next few weeks, I will be exploring 7 habits which can help us be the best we can be. Today my focus is on the idea of being proactive. According to Stephen Covey, this is the foundation of the other habits of successful people.

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Last week Vanuatu media lost another reporter, Gratien Tiona Molsoul, a veteran journalist alongside late some of the greatest fallen reporters, Ricky Binihi, Jonas Cullwick and Joe Bomal Carlo.

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The Vanuatu National Statistics Office (VNSO), Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) and the Electoral Office have embarked on an approach to share resources as a cost-cutting opportunity.

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The recently announced Recovery Plan undertaken by Air Vanuatu has uncovered anomalies, one of which is a missing ATR aircraft engine.

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The Port Vila Council of Chiefs are now calling on the Malvatumauri National Council of Chiefs to find ways to make it possible for their members to be on a full-time salary.

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A total of 2,033 informal sector workers have joined the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) as voluntary members since VNPF begun looking into the informal sector in 2019. This figure was conveyed by the Minister of Finance and Economic Management responsible for VNPF, Johnny Koanapo.

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Chief Justice Vincent Lunabek officially opened the Courts of Vanuatu for 2021’s sessions yesterday morning.

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A new initiative, the ANZPAC Plastics Pact (ANZPAC) was introduced to businesses during an event on Wednesday night hosted by the British High Commission in Port Vila and the Vanuatu Environmental Science Society (VESS) and attended by members of government, the diplomatic corps and NGOs as …

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Fifteen Chainsaws, hand gloves, ear caps, and overalls were handed to the chairman of the West Malo Area Council on Thursday.

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During the information night of the Australian, New Zealand and Pacific Island (ANZPAC) Plastics Pact at Yumi Work premises this week, Dr. Christina Shaw, CEO of the Vanuatu Environment Science Society (VESS), says plastic waste ends up everywhere in Vanuatu, especially on beaches and in the…

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Since the devastating impacts of Tropical Cyclone (TC) Harold on the northern islands of Vanuatu, the WASH cluster, together with the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) have been working towards Recovery operations to provide access to water.

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Neither his family nor the media fraternity can accept that Journalist Ricky Binihi was buried at Port Vila Cemetery last Sunday.

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The Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) Social Club is hosting the first ever radiothon, featuring a 36-hour live broadcast show on Paradise FM 98 starting today.

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