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The Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) is inviting the private sector to join an important forum it is organising at the Convention Centre this week from Wednesday 30 September to Thursday 1 October 2020.

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Prime Minister Bob Loughman has made a call of debt forgiveness while delivering his official address in a pre-recorded video during the United Nations 75th General Debate Session on September 27th.

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3 Link Communications, a new broad band service provider opened its Port Vila office yesterday across the road from Island Time Takeaway.

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The Ministry of Finance and Economic Management, has the following response to Mr. Ian Kerr’s paid advertisement, published in last Saturday’s issue on Business Licence Fee Increase, and Revenue September 2020, and questions to 2020 Revenue Governance Committee.

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Vanuatu spokesperson on COVID-19 committee, Dr. Len Tarivonda, has confirmed that the Ministry of Health, the NDMO and the Ministry of Education, through the Scholarships Office, are discussing ways and options that will enable the repatriation of hundreds of Ni-Vanuatu students that study o…

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Water analysis on Emtem lagoon and Erakor lagoon by Vanuatu Engie Services have confirmed high levels of Enterococci, a bacterium which indicates the presence of faecal matter.

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The newly appointed Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will start executing its duties at 9.30am on Monday next week when it will conduct the first hearing with officials from the Ministry of Finance and Department of Customs and Inland Revenue.

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A peaceful march over the sudden loss of late Jeremiah Noel from Nguna is scheduled to take place on Sunday 27th of September (tomorrow) from the Vila Central Hospital to the local cemetery.

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It is a long-time dream for people on East Pentecost to have road access for transport, particularly to the West of the island but after endless failed promises by politicians, they decided to make this a reality on their own.

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In the current global impact of COVID-19, the Government through the Ministry of Trade, is determined to promote economic development internally through Agriculture and Trade in the Provinces, and any land dispute definitely is not an ingredient for development and won’t be tolerated.

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The Pacific branch of the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) based in Port Vila has just launched a series of training courses on the pedagogical practices of distance learning. This training is intended for teachers from the Vanuatu Institute of Teacher Education, teachers from t…

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The Utilities Regulatory Authority (URA) as the economic and technical regulator of electricity and water services in Vanuatu has recently published its fourth ‘Electricity Fact Sheet 2020’ (EFS) report.

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The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Regional Program (SPREP) via its Pacific Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change Project (PEBACC) has launched the Port Resolution community conservation area on the 22nd of September 2020.

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It’s not every day you receive a phone call from the Lord Mayor’s office asking whether he could meet with Museum staff at the Museum for a special presentation.

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The Director of External Trade, Joe Pakoa Lui, said he is optimistic that the PACER Plus Agreement will be ratified by Vanuatu as public consultation continues and held recently with parliamentarian committees.

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A nation-wide temporary ban has been imposed on coconut crab harvesting, to allow the Department of Fisheries (DoF) to address gaps in the management plan and ensure sustainability of the fishery activity.

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Seasonal workers are encouraged to submit reports to the Department of Labour and also file complaints to police whenever they believe they have been financially deceived by their agents, which is against the Penal Code.

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Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utilities, Jay Ngwele has made the Declaration of Public Roads Order by section 3 of the Public Roads Act No.35 of 2013 official on September 1st 2020.

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The Official Gazette No.65 of 2020 published on September 22 has in it the following orders made by the Minister of Finance and Economic Management and Minister of Internal Affairs.

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The news of graduating without a proper celebration to mark the occasion has not been received well by some USP students of Emalus Campus.

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Alcohol consumption increased among college students is an issue that the whole of society must strive to solve as it is beyond schools’ control, said the Principal of Onesua Presbyterian College (OPC), Graham Kalmar.

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Bob Bong is a young farmer that hails from Ambrym and has been in the tourism industry for some years.

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Santo as the most productive island in Vanuatu needs a Plant Health Officer to raise the profile of plant health, highlighting threats from plant pests and diseases and benefits of healthy plants to the environment and economy.

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The owner of Iririki Island Resort Darren Pettonia, confirmed that the Island Resort has become a member of the Tourism Owners Association.

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A former Member of Parliament will appear before the Magistrate Court on the October 28 for plea over alleged domestic violence under the Family Protection Act of 2008.

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Around 2,814 people from Wintua and Lorlow in Malekula will be able to light up their houses and carry out income earning activities following the opening of their Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Micro-Grid yesterday.

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The Government wants the construction of the new Supreme Court building, to be known as the Hall of Justice, to begin immediately, said Prime Minister (PM) Bob Loughman.

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