The French Ambassador to Vanuatu, Port Vila Alliance Française, Tana Ciné, Institut Français and Lycée JMG le Clézio are pleased to present the 3rd edition of La Fête du Cinéma Français on Thursday October 24th to Sunday October 27th.
The Office of the Civil Registry and Vital Statistics has declared that it will issue free birth certificates which is applicable to all age groups in the provinces of MALAMPA, PENAMA and TORBA.
The Department of Labour has conducted a consultation to gather views from the general public on the Minimum Wage increase at Feiawa Park (Seafront Stage) yesterday.
Princess Cruises’ international megaliner Majestic Princess made her maiden visit to Port Vila yesterday (Tuesday, 22 October) alongside P&O Cruises’ Pacific Aria as part of a special ‘two ship celebration’ for the city.
Teouma Vao Cultural Village Group, a prominent cultural performance group from Vanuatu performed at the largest ever Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Sydney from 17-19 October 2019.
The Barrier Removal for Achieving the National Energy Road Map Targets of Vanuatu (BRANTV) project has officially launched the train-the-trainers’ workshop for solar photovoltaic (PV) technicians in Vanuatu.
‘Rural Women and Girls building Climate Resilience’ is the global theme of this year’s 6th International Day for Rural Women celebrated at Teouma Six Star community.
The Government through the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB) is committed to invest in mechanisation to assist farmers increase production.
In an effort to build human resource capacity and strengthen partnership and coordination with key oceans stakeholders, the Department of Foreign Affairs, through its Maritime & Ocean’s Affairs Division formally engaged three interns on Friday October 18 to be part of a multi-sector team…
On the occasion of his participation in the New Zealand Institute for International Affairs’ “Pacific Futures” conference in Auckland last Friday 18th October, Ralph Regenvanu, Minister of Foreign Affairs, was able to pay a visit to Õrakei Marae, which is the ‘nakamal’ of the Ngati Whatua wh…
Outgoing President of the Vanuatu Medical and Dental Association (VMDA), Dr Basil Leodoro, says the Public Service Commission (PSC)’s transfer of directors to medical superintendent positions to move hospitals forward is unnecessary.
Vanuatu will join its Pacific LDC member states participate in the Regional Workshop on LDC graduation in Port Vila from Tuesday 22nd to Thursday 24th October 2019 at Holiday Inn resort.
A training has been conducted to broaden the knowledge of young doctors on how to operate the decompression chambers housed at the ProMedical Headquarters at Freswota 1 to treat decompression injuries.
Port Vila Lord Mayor Albert Daniel has assured visiting 37-year-old Luganville Mayor Peter Patty during his short stint at the Town Hall last week that the Port Vila/Luganville relations will be bolstered with his election.
“Tradebase Plumbing Supplies have come in as major sponsors for the West Tanna Water Project of Ialuwalu Village and we wish to thank them for recognising what we have been striving to achieve and agreed to give a generous helping hand”.
An alarmingly high number of children are suffering the consequences of poor diets and a food system that is failing them, UNICEF warned in a new report on children, food and nutrition on Wednesday.
On Friday 18th October, the Minister of Education and Training (MoET) Jean Pierre Nirua presented prizes to the winner of MoET and Sista’s ‘How would you address violence against women and girls?’ essay competition at the MoET conference room.
The Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM) has developed a strategy to manage the debt over the next four years, from 2019 to 2022, following the first one which was implemented from 2015 to 2018.
The Electoral Commission and the Electoral Office wish to announce that the SANMA Provincial Government Council (PGC) election logistical arrangements including polling date have been changed.
Three passengers were removed from an Air Vanuatu flight that departed from Auckland in New Zealand for Port Vila on Thursday night.
The Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, Forestry and Biosecurity (MALFFB), Matai Seremaiah, has urged farmers in Gaua to increase production by 2020.
Over 30 people in Nakere village, South Santo recently underwent a 2-day training on Good Governance Ethics & Integrity; Financial Literacy & Business Management; Possible Business Opportunities and Starting and Managing your Business.
Director General of the Prime Minister’s Office, Gregoire Nimbtik, has handed VT176,500 to the Vanuatu Society for Disabled People (VSDP).
The SHEFA Provincial Education Board (SPEB) has instructed Malapoa School Council to immediately reinstate the 31 students who were disciplined for consuming alcohol so they can sit exams this year.
As cyclone season approaches, the good news for Vanuatu is that according to sea surface temperature models, there is a high possibility of the first cyclone forming east of the country.
The search to find Francis Thomas of Nguna Island ended on Tuesday this week, four days after he fell overboard between Pele Island and Kakula Island.