A team of police senior inspectors is carrying out an investigation within the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities (MIPU) on contracts issued during the term of the former government.
The intention to suspend all the 22 Members of Parliament (MP) in the Opposition block from two days consecutive Parliament sittings, was to avoid the tabling of the motion to reduce salaries for the senior leaders in Parliament.
President Tallis Obed Moses has called on all 52 Members of Parliament (MPs) to put God first in all things and stand united with the people for progress.
The Chairman of the Public Service Commission (PSC) is facing a number of criminal charges and will appear before the Magistrate Courts for Preliminary Inquiry (PI) on July 21, 2020.
All ministers are allocated official cars but if they want to hire replacement when there is a mechanical problem they or the ministry responsible should submit a request to the Fleet Management Unit for a relief vehicle.
Caretaker Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, yesterday presented a cheque of Vt10 million to the Chinese Ambassador in Vanuatu, Zhou Haicheng, towards China’s fight against the Novel Coronavirus.
The Directors General (DGs) for the Ministry of Youth and Sport Development (MoYSD), Henry Vira, and the Ministry of Trades, Tourism and Industry, Roy Mickey Joy, have been suspended.
Assistant Commissioner of Police, Jackson Noal, has filed a criminal complaint against Acting Commissioner of Police (ComPol), Robson Iavro, on grounds that he allegedly assaulted one of his junior officers.
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”.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed yesterday by the Minister of Lands, Alfred Maoh, and the Minister of Internal Affairs, Andrew Napuat to expand the Lakatoro Police Station on Malekula.
The Speaker of Parliament has appealed Chief Justice (CJ) Vincent Lunabek’s decision to uphold the President’s decision not to assent to the Bill for the Constitution (Seventh) (Amendment) in the absence of a national referendum.
The National Coordinator of the Union of Moderate Parties (UMP), Georgio Carlo, has confirmed that the names of two candidates have been endorsed for the Port Vila constituency.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) has enhanced its GPS tracking system by upgrading to an improved and electronic application which will effectively monitor all Government vehicles.
Former Parliamentary Secretary (PS) to the Prime Minister, MP Johnny Koanapo has disclosed that protecting the integrity of the choice of the people of Tanna is the main reason behind his decision to step down as a PS.
This is a clarification to the article on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the Vanuatu Government (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity and Ministry of Trade and Industry)and the National Bank of Vanuatu (NBV) at Chiko Farm last Friday.
The Supreme Court has dismissed the claims of the Members of Parliament (MPs) in the Opposition bloc, the applicants in the case, who claimed the appointments of the Parliamentary Secretaries (PS) violates the Constitution.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB) was honoured and privileged to have the United Nations (UN) Secretary General (SG), António Guterres, at the Tagabe Agriculture farm last weekend during his official visit to Vanuatu.
The Daily Post has learned that Prime Minister Charlot Salwai did indeed meet with President Obed Moses Tallis, specifically, to discuss the Constitutional Parliamentary Secretary Bill last month before its referral to the Supreme Court.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has welcomed the financial products launched last week as part of financial inclusion in Vanuatu.
Minister of Finance and Economic Management, Gaetan Pikioune (MP) wishes to clarify the Opposition concerns over the “Air Van Loan ‘Illegal’: Opposition”, published in Daily Post issue no. 5700, Saturday April 27, 2019.
Vanuatu and other Pacific nations can teach a lesson to the world, said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Saturday. “That lesson is very simple. We absolutely need to save the Pacific, and to save the world, that the temperatures will not rise above 1.5 degrees Celsius by the end of t…
The President of the National United Party (NUP) and same time Climate Change Minister, Ham Lini will remain as NUP President, according to information from NUP’s Mini Congress at Nabwarangiut, in North Pentecost.
The Government through the Council of Ministers (COM) at its meeting of August 8, 2016, has agreed that Vanuatu will consider the introduction of personal and corporate income tax. This is confirmed by the COM Decision 143 of 2016, the Government announced today.
Prime Minister Kilman told Ministers and Director Generals of the Government that spending outside the appropriated budget must end as it is costing government service delivery.
Prime Minister of Vanuatu, Sato Kilman, says he has seen a copy of the Budget but it is not reflective of the Nation’s priorities and the Government’s policies and wants the Budget amended to cater for the needs of the country.
The Acting Speaker of Parliament, Samson Samsen, confirmed to the Daily Post yesterday afternoon that he has responded to the request of the leaders and members of the Opposition Group in Parliament, asking for an urgent calling for Parliament to discuss the 2016 budget.
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has said the Opposition is rallying popular opinion through the media to support their personal agenda which is fuelled by interests of individuals in the Opposition.