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The Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), Ephraim Kalsakau, has labelled the letter sent by the Speaker of Parliament to him on 12th of November 2019 as “very irrational and childish”.

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The Acting Medical Superintendent at the Vila Central Hospital (VCH) is calling on the members of the public to return the trays used at the mortuary as they are urgently needed at the hospital.

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Vanuatu has received 15,000 Bibles in English and French that will be freely distributed to schools, hospitals, prisons, hotels, motels and public and other institutions in the coming weeks.

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During her recent visit to Vanuatu, Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Senator Marise Payne, and Vanuatu’s Minister of Internal Affairs, Andrew Napuat, farewelled a group of ni-Vanuatu workers going to Australia to work in the meat industry under the Pacific Lab…

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“After the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the National Green Energy Fund (NGEF) and the Registrar if Cooperatives and Business Development Services last week, I am proud to confirm that the NGEF Board has approved and dished out funding in the form of loans to Aulua Consume…

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Dr. Leanne Fernandes, Marine Programme Coordinator of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Fiji Office and stalwart advisor to Vanuatu’s ocean governance efforts, particularly Vanuatu’s Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) Project, announced her imminent departure from th…

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Pango’s Paramount Chief Rolland Maseiman and his Council of Chiefs, custom landowner of the site on which the Dr. K.B.Kaluat Memorial Community Health Centre is built, and the Minister of Health and his staff, celebrated the opening of the classic facility last week as a classic example of P…

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Complaining and whinging seems to be a norm in Vanuatu, however the residents of Respect Street at Erakor Bridge are putting the norm aside and showing self-reliance in keeping their street clean.

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The real estate market, foreign investment, customary disputes, evictions – land issues are rarely out of the Vanuatu headlines. To get a sense of what is happening in the real estate market and with land issues generally, Daily Post Editor Jane Joshua had a wide-ranging discussion with Doug…

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Ten Members of Parliament (MPs) have been selected by the Parliament Secretariat to receive bills online for the final Second Extraordinary and Second Ordinary Session of Parliament in the 11th Legislature.

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The article “Measles Outbreak Preparedness and Response Plan” published in Daily Post Issue no. 5872 on Thursday November 14, 2019 relating to any specific treatments against Measles is inaccurate.

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We always face problems getting work done on time. So it is worth reminding ourselves about ‘Time Management’. Our biggest problem with time is time itself. Time Lost cannot be regained; time waits for no man.

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The joint review of the National Gender Equality Policy 2015-2019 and 6{sup}th {/sup}Report on the Convention of Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) commenced this week in the provinces of MALAMPA, SANMA, PENAMA and TORBA.

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The Vila Central Hospital (VCH) has yet to release the bodies of five people to their respective families for burial, pending autopsies to determine the exact cause of their deaths.

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The Prime Minister’s Office, through its Public Relations Officer, Hilaire Bule, says there is no request from the Vanuatu Government to the Government of China through its embassy in Vanuatu to inject funds to pay gratuities for members of parliament.

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A total of 50 bills have been listed for Members of Parliament (MPs) to debate in the two final Parliament sittings in the 11th legislature.

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While the Minister of Home Affairs has joined the former councilors to raise his concerns about the reserve seat initiative, former councilor Marie Kalkoa claims she scored for her Southern Ward in the last Port Vila Municipal Election but the seat was allocated to someone else on a general ticket.

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Media Director’s Work Permit Refused in Vanuatu

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On Monday the 11th of November, starting at 5’oclock in the morning around 400 people made up of all Wan Smolbag (WSB) staff and their friends arrived at the Seafront to take part in the biggest scene WSB has ever filmed. 

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Following the outbreak reports of measles in the Pacific, the Ministry of Health (MoH) and its partners are strongly encouraging all parents to make sure their children are vaccinated and people leaving the country to immunize themselves to prevent the risks of measles coming into the country.

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The second Vegetable Cultivation Technology Training Course under the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB) in collaboration with Yuan Longping High-Tech and the Vanuatu Institute of Public Administration and Management (VIPAM) has officially closed…

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Over 100 police officers serving in Port Vila will be relocating temporarily to a new office today because the current main police building is unsafe.

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Vanuatu is one of the three countries in the Pacific (and in the world) with no women in their national parliament. Since independence in 1980, just five women have been elected to the 52-seat legislature. The last two elections, in 2012 and 2016, have seen no successful women candidates.

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Air Vanuatu has not outsourced its catering services to a company in China.Air Vanuatu's Marketing and Communications Manager, Paul Pio, has refuted the allegations, saying the information is false and misleading. He explained that in order to remain competitive in the market, Air Vanuatu ha…

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The 52 Members of Parliament (MPs) will receive Vt390 million gratuity at the end of their four-year term when the 11th legislature ends on January 22, 2020.