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Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Mr Martin Tete, has called on political candidates and political parties in Luganville town to respect private properties when it comes to putting up posters on premises.

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Hundreds of people in Vanuatu’s Capital have benefited from the free medical services provided by the Immanuel Presbyterian Church of Korea RMC Medical team, in partnership with the Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu (PCV) at the Vila Central Hospital (VCH) this week.

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It is vitally important for the people of Vanuatu to clearly understand that the new Tax Administration Act (TAA) is not Income Tax and is not intended to impose additional fees or charges or any other new taxes.

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Lawyer’s fees are usually the biggest problem to any of us looking to hire a lawyer. Understanding how lawyers determine their fee and what a good rate is can be confusing for the best of us. A basic understanding of these client-lawyer fees before talking to a lawyer will usually help you t…

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The Government has fully supported the Right To Information (RTI) Law, and want to see the successful implementation of RTI and its benefits to the people as well as the government.

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Rain wasn’t enough to dampen the spirits of the crowd that gathered last night for Fest Napuan. But everybody’s wishing this low pressure system would move on. The music continues tonight.

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Road traffic, road accidents, statistics on accidents, respect towards customers of all ages, child protection and more are some of the important points presented to drivers of public vehicles in a road safety awareness workshop on Tuesday.

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A report commissioned by the National Bank of Vanuatu has found a positive link between the quality of living in rural communities with access to banking services compared to those without.

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Two young men have been arrested for allegedly burning the home of a police officer on the island of Tongoa.

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Vanuatu’s ‘2030 Shared Vision’ wants to bring 300,000 visitors into the country by 2030. BUT our tourism and hospitality industry must get its act together on the question of QUALITY SERVICE once and for all if it is to be taken seriously by international visitors.

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The first Mammography or Cancer machine is expected to be purchased and sent to Vanuatu next month.

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Parliament convened yesterday afternoon to debate theBill for the Constitution (Eight) (Amendment) but it was short-lived after the leader of government business, MP William Gillion withdrew the bill.

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The Vanuatu Meteorology and Geohazards Department (VMGD) are conducting a four-day workshop in collaboration with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP).

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Prime Minister Charlot Salwai yesterday signed the Third and final Right to Information (RTI) Ministerial Order to enforce the RTI Law on other government agencies and private entities that were not included in the two initial RTI Orders.

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Over 30 students at Malapoa College have been suspended for drinking alcohol at Eton beach over the weekend.

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“People doing terrible things to other people—when will it ever stop? We have to join our hands together to end this.”

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Yesterday, the Daily Post reported that former Phoenix Life Science CEO Martin Tindall has been charged in the United States with multiple counts of securities fraud. According to the filings made to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Mr Tindall is alleged to have coloured well outsi…

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Australia Pacific Training Coalition is working closely with Vanuatu’s Ministry of Education and Training to help promote literacy learning and early identification of reading difficulties to provide an inclusive learning environment for all children.

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Yesterday morning, staff and students of the University of the South Pacific received a summary of an independent investigation report written by BDO Auckland. The audit was commissioned in response to damning allegations raised by the Vice Chancellor Pal Ahluwalia, who joined the University…

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The Government of New Zealand continues to assist Vanuatu upgrade in the security sector and it has been acknowledged as one of the vocal development partners in supporting policing in Vanuatu.

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Fest’Napuan, the Pacific’s longest-running contemporary music festival is set to kick off at Saralana at 5PM today.

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An official from Vanuatu's Health Ministry has spoken out against the controversial pharmaceuticals company, Phoenix Life Sciences, after news broke that its former CEO, Australian man Martin Tindall, has been charged with fraud in the United States.

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