Small cattle farmers have learned from past mistakes that in order to contribute meaningfully towards increasing the number of heads of cattle through the National Cattle Restocking Programme to 500,000 by 2025, securing two animals - a female and male on ropes and fastening them to two sepa…
Malasitapu Presbyterian Church has organised a field trip for its Sunday School students to pay a visit to the Airports Vanuatu Limited Control Tower.
This is the new marketing rally cry for Vanuatu unveiled by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism, Trade, Commerce and Ni-Vanuatu Business, Jotham Napat in Port Vila yesterday, following an extensive research, consultation and development process.
Leader of Opposition Ishmael Kalsakau has revealed he is on the trail to shed light on an alleged VT500 million outstanding owed to the Government by Minister of Infrastructure and Public Works Christophe Emelee.
The State of Emergency over the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle infestation at north Efate has not been extended by the Council of Ministers as expected by the Emergency Operation Team and the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, Forestry and Bio-Security.
Yesterday morning, Prime Minister Charlot Salwai filed a criminal complaint against Opposition Leader Ishmael Kalsakau for action allegedly taken during Mr Kalsakau’s tenure as Attorney General of Vanuatu.
The Principal of the Central Primary and Secondary School (CPSS), Paul Alex Hetyey has voiced his concern over the persistent lateness and absence of students and staff.
Port Vila International School has been delighted to welcome Australian Children’s Author, Claire Saxby to Vanuatu this week as part of celebrating the Australian Children’s Book Council Awards.
Ecole d’Anambrou music night took place at the school grounds on Thursday night and was hailed a success as the past few months of practising by the students and organizing by the committee finally paid off.
The Department of Energy with financial aid from the World Bank has been rolling out the Vanuatu Rural Electrification Program since 2014, beginning with VREP phase I, and more recently in October 2018, launched VREP phase II. It is a subsidy program aiming to provide electrification service…
Directors General, directors and senior public servants concluded their two-day practical workshop on the alignment of business and corporate plans with the National Sustainable Development Plan yesterday.
Over fifty youth have taken a step to campaign against Non-Communicable Disasters (NDC) in a more vibrant, energetic and graceful manner as the dance their hearts out to African and Pacific Abeats.
Planning is underway for this year’s Sustainable Islands Tourism Conference set to take place in Santo from 27th – 29th November.
Upon the request by the Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, for Parliament to convene its First Extra Ordinary Session from 2nd to 6th September 2019, the Speaker has written back to the Prime Minister to state that 2nd September 2019 is a declared “Public Holiday” for Efate rural Constituency by…
Ifira custom landowner of the boundary where Tamahu Natai Fish Market is located on the other side of the street immediately opposite Manples Au Bon Marche, Ruben Lauru, was undoubtedly filled with nostalgia when he confirmed to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Trade, Tourism, Comm…
Wednesday this week marked a milestone for BRED Bank Vanuatu when BRED Group Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Olivier Klein officiated the groundbreaking of the bank’s newest branch at Tagabe area in Port Vila.
Australian High Commissioner, Jenny Da Rin, has recently donated two sets of uniforms to Soul Harvest Choir group as they prepare for their tour to Australia next month.
After a year of research, planning and effort, the Vanuatu Tourism Office is poised to launch a completely new destination brand campaign for Vanuatu. This is the VTO’s contribution to the Shared Vision 2030 strategic plan rolled out by the government of Vanuatu and key tourism sector stakeholders.
While the Government is responding to the incursion of the coconut rhinoceros beetle, it is also investigating how the pest entered Vanuatu.
The Right to Information (RTI) Act as of end of August will cover all non-government organizations (NGO) and private entities receiving funds from international organizations.
Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utilities Christophe Emelee has accused Opposition Leader Ishmael Kalsaku of misconduct during the 2012 election campaign.
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.
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…
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 Manager of Operations at the National Disaster Management Office, Peter Korisa, has been suspended amid several allegations of misconduct as of yesterday (Monday).