The nationwide constant shortage of nurses will not be solved unless the Vanuatu Nursing College of Education (VNCE) is relocated to a much bigger space and equipped with better resources to produce more students.
Vanuatu’s Prime Minister Charlot Salwai says he’s pleased with New Zealand’s new laws aimed at tackling climate change.
To commemorate the International Day for Cultural Diversity on the 21st May, the President of the United Nations General Assembly Ms. María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés convened a one-day high-level thematic debate on the important topic of culture and sustainable development,…
Two officers from the Department of Biosecurity, Touasi Tiwok and Sylvie Warimavute, are attending the Pacific Plant Biosecurity Partnership Program underway in Brisbane, Australia.
NBC’s San Diego affiliate has published the results of an investigation revealing that “the owners of a San Diego based pornographic website accused of coercing women into performing in sex videos had ties to shell companies charged with laundering billions…
The Office of the Speaker of Parliament has received the notice for the first calling of parliament in 2019.
Airports Vanuatu Ltd (AVL) and the Government of Vanuatu signed off yesterday on a VT130 million project to nearly double firefighting capacity at Port Vila’s Bauerfield airport. The funding agreement includes support from the Agence Française de Developpement and New…
The doors of Wumul Primary School in North West area on Malekula are still closed because the Head Teacher is allegedly in Port Vila on a private trip.
Vanuatu’s Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has held bilateral talks with his New Zealand counterpart Jacinda Ardern in Wellington yesterday.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB) was honoured and privileged to have the United Nations (UN) Secretary General (SG), António Guterres, at the Tagabe Agriculture farm last weekend during his official visit to Vanuatu.
The National Bank of Vanuatu (NBV)’s head office in the Northern town of Luganville, will move to a new head office a few meters down the road from its current location before the end of 2019.
The Public Relations Officer (PRO) to the Office of the Prime Minister has confirmed a formal complaint will be lodged with the police this morning, over the inappropriate use of a photo of Prime Minister Charlot Salwai yesterday.
The Israeli national whose deportation was stayed by the court has had his appeal quashed by the Appeal Court.
During his visit to Port Vila last weekend, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres was confronted with questions about West Papua. The matter was on the agenda during a bilateral meeting held between Mr Guterres and key Government officials, including…
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai will pay an official visit to China from May 26 to 31.
Vanuatu and other Pacific nations can teach a lesson to the world, said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Saturday. “That lesson is very simple. We absolutely need to save the Pacific, and to save the world, that the temperatures…
The National United Party (NUP) Port Vila regional executive will bid once more for the fifth seat of Port Vila Constituency in 2020 general elections.
Women leaders from the Vanuatu Civil Society Influencing Network (VCSIN) have delivered an important request for support to the Secretary General (SG) of the United Nations (UN), António Guterres, in Port Vila.
All vehicle owners operating in Port Vila and Efate who have not pay their road tax fees for this year 2019 have been urged to pay up now.
Chief Justice (CJ) Vincent Lunabek has ruled out the Solicitor’s General submission claiming that the bill to add the Article 46A of the Constitution is inconsistent with Article 86 and 42 of the Mama Law.
Employees of the University of the South Pacific (USP) are calling for a thorough and independent investigation into allegations of mismanagement and abuse of process in the university.
The 2019 Pacific ICT Days program was officially opened by Prime Minister Charlot Salwai as the Minister responsible for Information and Communications Technology (ICT), at the National Convention Center yesterday.
The turnout of Day 1 of the Pacific ICT Days event at the National Convention Center was poor and not what the organisers had expected.
On Friday 10th of May 2019, Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) celebrated the graduation of thirteen of its students for the completion of their program in Certificate III in Finance (Accounting).
President Obed Moses Tallis will appoint Vanuatu’s new Ombudsman next week.
The University of the South Pacific (USP) Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the USP Council, Winston Thompson, said the releasing of USP’s internal report on alleged mismanagement practices to the public arena without formal process is a gross injustice to the…
A primary school teacher on Ambae has called her brother in Port Vila to step in to pay for her child’s school fee at Malapoa College because she says it is far too expensive for her to take a ship…
The Supreme Court has reserved its judgment on the Referral Authority (Head of State)’s decision to seek legal opinion on the Constitutional Amendment no.7 to Monday next week.
As Vanuatu celebrated National Women’s Day yesterday, women leaders stepped up their calls for political leaders to commit to 50% representation for women in the National Parliament.
A large number of students have graduated from the In-Country Bilingual Higher Education Program with Master’s Degree in Economics and Social Science (ESS) for the first time year.
An event will be held at Saralana Park in Port Vila today (Wednesday) to commemorate the 39th National Women’s Day.
The supreme court of Vanuatu will hear the constitutional case filed by President Obed Moses Tallis over the Bill for Constitution (Seventh) Amendment No.1 of 2019, at 11am today.
The Unua Council of Chiefs in South East Malekula has called on the government to put on hold its compensation payout in relation to the Rensarie college.