The Government will be building three new markets at Beverly Hills, Melemaat and Emua.
The Vanuatu Bureau of Standards (VBS) is carrying out consultations on the development of a standard for virgin coconut oil.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) is set to recruit the first batch of nurses from Solomon Islands by mid-July this year, if their contracts are approved by the Public Service Commission (PSC) in time.
Vanua’aku Pati (VP) is aiming to regain the support of people on Pentecost after 28 years of struggling to have an elected representative in provincial and national elections, due to the invasion of the National United Party (NUP) in the…
The Teaching Service Commission (TSC) has been informed by the Ministry of Finance that the first roll out of the teachers’ salary anomalies is due on Thursday, June 27 this week.
New Zealand has agreed to provide Vt375 million to assist the Department of Women’s Affairs and UN Women address gender-based violence and empowering women and girls in Vanuatu.
While it was a delight for the staff of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB) to have their Minister, Matai Seremaiah, back into the fold, when he landed at the Shepherds Mini Agriculture Show (SMAS) on…
Tok Tok, Vanuatu’s premier tourism trade event, has secured major sponsorship for this year’s event which will take place at Warwick Le Lagon Resort and Spa Port Vila from August 28-31 2019.
A luggage belonging to a tourist that fell off from the cargo hold of a small aircraft on Thursday has been returned to the aircraft company, yesterday morning.
A total of 16 Bangladesh nationals left Vanuatu on Wednesday this week through the assistance of the International Organization of Migration (IOM) who covered the airfare cost.
The Parliamentary Committee on Economic Policies (CEP) was told by officials from the Passport Office that to date over 4,000 Vanuatu passports have been sold under the citizenship program.
What was once a vision turned into reality yesterday when Air Vanuatu launched the inaugural flight for the Melbourne-Port Vila route, with the support of the Government through the Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO).
Acting Commander South, Jackson Noal, has filed a criminal complaint against the Chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), Willie Vira and the Acting Commissioner of Police (ComPol), Robson Iavro, on grounds that they have allegedly interfered in an investigation…
A training jointly conducted by the Vanuatu Electoral Office (VEO) and the Civil Registry Vital Statistics (CRVS) Office, with support from United Nations Developmental Partners (UNDP) for Civil Voter Registration (CVR) officers who will be conducting civil and voter registrations…
Excessive travelling and purchasing of new vehicles are examples of bad decisions undertaken by public servants, while government services in mainly the rural areas continue to deteriorate.
International hip hop dancers from Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia have started arriving in Port Vila for the TVL Dance Battle occurring during La Fete de la Musique at the Feiawa Park this Friday.
Members of Parliament who are elected through a by-election will no longer have to wait for the next session of Parliament to take and subscribe to the oath of allegiance
The Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) is expected to welcome the arrival of the new Tuvaluan Patrol Boat HMTSS Te Mataili II to RVS Mala Base today morning.
Two G-vehicles have been apprehended in a recent joint search exercise conducted by the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) Traffic Unit in Port Vila and the Public Service Commission (PSC).
A recalculation of the outstanding unpaid rent Air Vanuatu owes to Parliament has put the total at over VT30 million.
The Government of Vanuatu has signed a concession agreement with the Vanuatu Utilities Infrastructure Limited (VUI) for the supply of electricity to certain parts of the islands of Santo, Maewo, Vanua Lava and Ambae.
The newly appointed Director for Civil Registry and Vital Statistics Department (CRVSD) under the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MOIA), Mr. Benuel Lenge, plans to improve Civil Registry and Vital Statistics services in Vanuatu.
The SHEFA Provincial Government Council (SPGC) has given Vt25,000 to all 19 Area Councils of SHEFA Province to help them celebrate SHEFA Day today.
While Vanua’aku Pati (VP) has been effectively removed from the Government, VP Member of Parliament Esmon Saimon will remain as Speaker of Parliament until the next Parliament sitting.
Minister of Education and Training, Jean Pierre Nirua, voluntarily offered to resign and relinquish the ministerial portfolio last week for the sake of political stability.
The University of the South Pacific (USP)’s Emalus Campus’ Chinese Confucius Classroom hosted a Pre-departure Orientation program for seven USP Chinese language learners who will leave for China later this month and July to take part in two separate Chinese…
When tabling the supplementary budget in parliament this week, the Minister of Finance and Economic Management Gaetan Pikioune, explained that a large bulk of the supplementary budget is categorized under the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM).
After a night of high political drama, Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has survived the sixth motion of no confidence against him.
Most of the coconut plantations on Malekula are covered by grasses and one can easily spot the young coconut seedlings (navara) on the ground.
Interplast has delivered a surgical mentoring and physiotherapy mentoring programme to Vanuatu from May 31 to June 7, 2019 at Vila Central Hospital.
The media world is high literally, on Cannabis sativa, the magical plant of the moment.
The Opposition bloc’s motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, will be debated in Parliament at 2pm today.
A Director General (DG) has received approximately Vt7 million as his travelling allowances within a period of less than six months.
A family business on a remote island in Vanuatu has made history by receiving one of the United Nation’s most prestigious awards for their efforts towards ecosystem protection and climate resilience.
Notorious conman Amos Bong has been rearrested and remanded on allegations he purportedly stole more than Vt700,000 in cash, after posing as a salesman for a leading vehicle dealer in Port Vila.