The Director General of the Office of the Prime Minister has called on Directors General, directors and all senior public servants to work together as a team to accomplish goals under the National Sustainable Development Plan.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, through the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, is leading the food cluster to feed the provincial participants that are representing their province in the Fourth National Arts Festival currently taking…
The deadline of the Ministry of Education and Training and Sista’s essay competition for secondary students has been extended until Friday, 13th of September.
Revenues from citizenship sales is the single largest source of revenue in Vanuatu today. That’s the message of the latest financial report from the Department of Finance and Treasury.
Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says his country’s support for Australia is all about respecting the sovereignty and security interest of Australia, this is important for the security of the region.
Founder of the Freedom Faithnet Global, Onggy Hianata, has arrived in Vanuatu on Monday last week to officially launch the Bzzworld Online Traveling along with new added features of the website.
The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in SANMA province has embarked on a mass distribution of kava planting materials to farmers in Santo and Malo commencing on February 2019.
Several students from Japan have been visiting schools in Port Vila to share their knowledge and cultural experience on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and preparedness.
Head of State, Obed Moses Tallis has commissioned Mr. Samson Vilvil Fare as Vanuatu’s High Commissioner to Australia, yesterday morning at the State Farea.
The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, with its Computer Emergency Response Team, is currently embarking on a community awareness relating to internet use.
The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Vanuatu held a farewell reception for Ni-Van students who are recipients of the 2019 Chinese Government Scholarship on August 14.
Seven patients from different islands in Vanuatu underwent Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Vila Central Hospital last week, thanks to the joint effort of a self-funded visiting Oral and Maxillofacial team from Australia and two local specialists.
The Department of Strategic Policy, Planning and Aid Coordination under the Prime Minister’s Office is conducting a two-day workshop for stakeholders on the alignment of the National Sustainable Development Goals or the People’s Plan with various policies and corporate plans for government m…
The Manager of Operations at the National Disaster Management Office, Peter Korisa, has been suspended amid several allegations of misconduct as of yesterday (Monday).
The State of Emergency (SoE) that was imposed at the north-eastern coast of Efate and part of the coastal area on Lelepa due to the rhinoceros beetle infestation is likely to be extended.
MSG Secretariat Arts and Culture Officer, Simione Tuimalega has conducted consultations with numerous Arts and Culture stakeholders in New Caledonia under the leadership of MSG Deputy Director General, Peter Eafeare last week.
A customary yet fun and bizarre culture that strings in together a group of people who share the same ethnicity, the Port Vila Hash House Harriers (PVH3) compromising of capable men and women are proud of their charitable Red Dress Run on August 12 which turned out to be a huge success.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has called on a number of business houses to restore their services immediately on Ambae Island so the people could start accessing these services.
The Electoral Commission has warned all political parties and politicians contesting for the one vacant seat in the impending Efate Rural By-Election that giving handouts in cash, or in kind, is breaking the laws of the Republic of Vanuatu.
Candidate Michel Taravaki is contesting under the Vanuatu Liberal Movement (VLM) ticket for the Efate Rural constituency By-Election, and not VLP as printed in the weekend issue. Daily Post apologises for the error.
Accessibility and affordability in fuel price is now a reality for the people of Pentecost after Prime Minister Charlot Salwai inaugurated the Lesuvamel Service Station, the first Service Station of its kind in Melsisi, central Pentecost on Sunday August 18.
A new Savings and Credit Club was launched at Fresh Water 5 earlier this month with an aim of improving the living standard of the members and the communities at large. It was launched by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade who is Port Vila MP, Ralph Regenvanu, witnessed by th…
A group of students from Lycee school led by Mr Ray, have been part of visiting the wastewater and water conference and exhibition at the Warwick Fare the previous week from August 5 to 8.
The Ni-Vanuatu woman whose idea was for Vanuatu to have its own mammography machine for women to make diagnostic screening for breast cancer was very delighted when she got assurance that the machine she negotiated will arrive in two months’ time.
The Vanuatu Independent Pikinini School at the area of Freswota in Port Vila has received a laptop from a generous resident of the Northern Ward, Donald Shedrack.
To commemorate the efforts of the people of Vanuatu, the Ministry of Justice and Community Services and Gender and Protection Cluster in partnership with the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has announced the launch of the annual Vanuatu Humanitarian Award.
The Minister of Justice and Community Service, Don Ken, yesterday asked participants of the 4th National Arts Festival held at Wilkins Stadium at Lakatoro on Malekula to ensure respect prevails throughout the week of the festival.
Today is World Humanitarian Day – a day that is held annually to acknowledge those who have contributed to humanitarian response and the communities that have been affected by conflict and disaster.
Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) must have a holding yard specifically to accommodate or hold vehicles that are being detained by the Police Traffic Unit.
The office of the Opposition has confirmed they have filed two additional criminal complaints against the Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utility Christopher Emelee and former Parliamentary Secretary (PS) Bruno Leingkon.
The Vanuatu Investment Promotion Authority (VIPA) has completed an inspection of 48 shops operating in the rural areas of Efate and a few suburbs of Port Vila which include Freshwota, Anambrou, Ohlen, Stade, and Manples to name a few.
Market vendors and public transport drivers from North Efate that are transporting local produce to the market, are advised to respect the State of Emergency (SoE) which is currently effective from Gideon's Landing to Arar Point in the north-western coast of Efate and part of the coastal are…
For months, listeners put up with signal interference from La Parisienne to the USP roundabout. Those days are gone. This week, BUZZ FM proudly relaunched their station at a new radio frequency.
The two-day consultation on Universal Health Coverage (UCH) and International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) on August 13 to 14 at Ramada Resort aims to review the progress made within various Government sectors in Vanuatu.
Digicel, launched Fridom Plans yesterday, a new range of prepaid mobile plans that will allow customers to access an all-inclusive bundle comprising of data, minutes and text for as low as 30VT, building on its already popular All-in-One plans.
Wan Smolbag (WSB) Theatre’s new film ‘Dedlaf’ will be on the new cinema screen at the Wan Smolbag Haos every evening from Monday 19th of August to Sunday 25th of August.
Partnering Ministers in development — Minister of Ni Vanuatu Business, Jotham Napat and Minister of Agriculture Matai Seremaiah and their senior staff had every reason to smile at the opening of the Tamahu Natai Fish Market yesterday because the joint opening of the Fish Market with New Zeal…