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Call for ban on mobile phone and access to social media in Secondary School

The Deputy Principal of Ranwadi College in South Pentecost, Max Tari, has called on Government Authorities to ban the use of mobile phones and access to social media in Secondary schools.
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Call for ban on mobile phone and access to social media in Secondary School

The Deputy Principal of Ranwadi College in South Pentecost, Max Tari, has called on Government Authorities to ban the use of mobile phones and access to social media in Secondary schools.

Public concerns over alleged aggressive behavior by police during operation

Increasing public concerns are being raised about alleged aggressive behavior by members of the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) during operations also involving members of the Municipal wardens and the Department of Customs and Rates and Taxes on the roads of…
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Public concerns over alleged aggressive behavior by police during operation

Increasing public concerns are being raised about alleged aggressive behavior by members of the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) during operations also involving members of the Municipal wardens and the Department of Customs and Rates and Taxes on the roads of…

Ambassador commends PM for banning plastic

“The Prime Minister is showing really good leadership because plastic is a significant pollutant so we have to collectively find ways to reduce our use of plastic which is not to say we can’t use plastic. Of course plastic is…
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Ambassador commends PM for banning plastic

“The Prime Minister is showing really good leadership because plastic is a significant pollutant so we have to collectively find ways to reduce our use of plastic which is not to say we can’t use plastic. Of course plastic is…

When it comes to the Pacific, Australia is not on the right wavelength

A few days ago, a committee of the Australian parliament effectively killed an attempt by Nick Xenophon to force the ABC to reverse its decision to shut down shortwave broadcasting. This was disappointing but not very surprising.
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When it comes to the Pacific, Australia is not on the right wavelength

A few days ago, a committee of the Australian parliament effectively killed an attempt by Nick Xenophon to force the ABC to reverse its decision to shut down shortwave broadcasting. This was disappointing but not very surprising.

Interagency Disaster Drill

Fatumaru bay was abuzz with activity yesterday, as a coordinated team of emergency workers moved slowly and methodically through the piled rocks, searching for victims of a simulated building collapse.
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Interagency Disaster Drill

Fatumaru bay was abuzz with activity yesterday, as a coordinated team of emergency workers moved slowly and methodically through the piled rocks, searching for victims of a simulated building collapse.

Task Force launched to investigate VNPF CoI report findings

The Criminal Task Force which was appointed in June 30, 2017 by the Ministry of Justice and Community Services, on recommendation from the Council of Ministers to investigate the recommendations and findings from the Commission of Inquiry into alleged mismana
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Task Force launched to investigate VNPF CoI report findings

The Criminal Task Force which was appointed in June 30, 2017 by the Ministry of Justice and Community Services, on recommendation from the Council of Ministers to investigate the recommendations and findings from the Commission of Inquiry into alleged mismanagement…

First 6 SWP ni-Vans to work in a crocodile farm

Six Ni-Vanuatu workers under the Vanuatu Pathways Agency in the Seasonal Workers Program (SWP) left the country yesterday afternoon to work in a crocodile farm in Darwin, Northern Territory in Australia.
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First 6 SWP ni-Vans to work in a crocodile farm

Six Ni-Vanuatu workers under the Vanuatu Pathways Agency in the Seasonal Workers Program (SWP) left the country yesterday afternoon to work in a crocodile farm in Darwin, Northern Territory in Australia.

Cultural duties push bullock price to Vt200,000

Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utilities Jotham Napat says the demand for meat on Tanna to meet cultural obligations is so high that one single bullock costs Vt200,000.
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Cultural duties push bullock price to Vt200,000

Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utilities Jotham Napat says the demand for meat on Tanna to meet cultural obligations is so high that one single bullock costs Vt200,000.

Fest’Napuan Groups Must Have Female

One of this year’s criteria for local participants in the annual Fest’Napuan music festival is that all local bands must have a female performing with the group.
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Fest’Napuan Groups Must Have Female

One of this year’s criteria for local participants in the annual Fest’Napuan music festival is that all local bands must have a female performing with the group.

Climate-proofing of roads affected by Cyclone Pam

The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Board of Directors is providing an additional $8.2 million finance the reconstruction, rehabilitation, and climate-proofing of roads affected by Cyclone Pam.
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Climate-proofing of roads affected by Cyclone Pam

The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Board of Directors is providing an additional $8.2 million finance the reconstruction, rehabilitation, and climate-proofing of roads affected by Cyclone Pam.

Sponsors making TOK TOK Vanuatu happen

The Vanuatu business community and tourism operators have again rallied around the Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO) to make Vanuatu’s most prestigious showcase of tourism produce happen.
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Sponsors making TOK TOK Vanuatu happen

The Vanuatu business community and tourism operators have again rallied around the Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO) to make Vanuatu’s most prestigious showcase of tourism produce happen.

Keep Seafront clean

A group of women enjoying oranges and peanuts on the new seats on the Seafront have welcomed a senior police officer’s advice not to “dirty” the seats with fruit peelings.
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Keep Seafront clean

A group of women enjoying oranges and peanuts on the new seats on the Seafront have welcomed a senior police officer’s advice not to “dirty” the seats with fruit peelings.

CSO way forward

The Chairman of the Taskforce Re-Establishing VANGO, Billy Williams, says a Civil Society Organization (CSO) VANGO Revival Stakeholders’ Consultation Meeting took place on July 14 at the conference room in the Ministry of Climate Change with a good turnout
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CSO way forward

The Chairman of the Taskforce Re-Establishing VANGO, Billy Williams, says a Civil Society Organization (CSO) VANGO Revival Stakeholders’ Consultation Meeting took place on July 14 at the conference room in the Ministry of Climate Change with a good turnout of…

Chief appeals for service delivery

“As a custom leader from West Coast Santo and the Chairman of the Malvatumauri National Council of Chiefs, I am very disappointed over a lack of essential Government services to reach isolated communities of the country including the remotest parts…
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Chief appeals for service delivery

“As a custom leader from West Coast Santo and the Chairman of the Malvatumauri National Council of Chiefs, I am very disappointed over a lack of essential Government services to reach isolated communities of the country including the remotest parts…

VBTC board aware of court case

In an interview yesterday with Radio Vanuatu, Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) board chairman, Johnety Jarette, said that he is aware of the evolving case now lodged in court against the decision of the redundancy against the staff.
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VBTC board aware of court case

In an interview yesterday with Radio Vanuatu, Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) board chairman, Johnety Jarette, said that he is aware of the evolving case now lodged in court against the decision of the redundancy against the staff.

Bislama competition for Chinese staff

The China Civil Engineering Corporation Company (CCECC) recognized that its workers are struggling with language in their day-to-day work therefore, has taken step to address this.
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Bislama competition for Chinese staff

The China Civil Engineering Corporation Company (CCECC) recognized that its workers are struggling with language in their day-to-day work therefore, has taken step to address this.

Computer Savvy Market Vendors

“This is the first time for us to use a computer,” said Eslin Solomon, President of Vanuatu’s Silae Vanua Market Vendor Association (MVA).
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Computer Savvy Market Vendors

“This is the first time for us to use a computer,” said Eslin Solomon, President of Vanuatu’s Silae Vanua Market Vendor Association (MVA).

Minister commemorates Independence with students

A reception was held at University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji on July 30 where Minister of Education, Jean Pierre Nirua, joined over 300 students across all Universities in Fiji to commemorate the country’s Independence.
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Minister commemorates Independence with students

A reception was held at University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji on July 30 where Minister of Education, Jean Pierre Nirua, joined over 300 students across all Universities in Fiji to commemorate the country’s Independence.

Australia and Vanuatu working together to empower Pacific women

Australia’s Ambassador for Women and Girls, Dr Sharman Stone, has completed a week-long visit to Vanuatu to share experiences with women from across the Pacific about how best to support and empower women and end violence against women and children.
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Australia and Vanuatu working together to empower Pacific women

Australia’s Ambassador for Women and Girls, Dr Sharman Stone, has completed a week-long visit to Vanuatu to share experiences with women from across the Pacific about how best to support and empower women and end violence against women and children.

Chief Backs Off Death Penalty

The President of the Malvatumauri Council of Chiefs, Chief Seni-Mao Tirsupe, said the Government must take strong measures in regard to brutal killings in Vanuatu.
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Chief Backs Off Death Penalty

The President of the Malvatumauri Council of Chiefs, Chief Seni-Mao Tirsupe, said the Government must take strong measures in regard to brutal killings in Vanuatu.

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