Vanuatu



Gov't eyes tuition fee support to senior secondary level

The Head of the Government, Prime Minister (PM) Bob Loughman, said the government wants to extend its tuition fee support to senior secondary level. Currently, the government’s tuition fee support only covers early childhood to secondary level, said the Dir

Right on track: Vanuatu financial law in line with world standards, FMA report says

When compared with leading jurisdictions around the world, Vanuatu’s regulatory regime more than holds its own; only a few moderate improvements would bring the industry to the next level, according to a comparative report sponsored by the Financial Market
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Right on track: Vanuatu financial law in line with world standards, FMA report says

When compared with leading jurisdictions around the world, Vanuatu’s regulatory regime more than holds its own; only a few moderate improvements would bring the industry to the next level, according to a comparative report sponsored by the Financial Markets Association…

Vanuatu launching enhanced NDC today

Vanuatu has been committed to the Paris Agreement by enhancing and submitting its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), despite being one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change.
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Vanuatu launching enhanced NDC today

Vanuatu has been committed to the Paris Agreement by enhancing and submitting its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), despite being one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change.

Business owners urged to cooperate in upcoming Business Establishment Census

The Vanuatu National Statistics Office (VNSO) will be conducting the country’s first ever Business Establishment Census (BEC) next month.
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Business owners urged to cooperate in upcoming Business Establishment Census

The Vanuatu National Statistics Office (VNSO) will be conducting the country’s first ever Business Establishment Census (BEC) next month.

PTI Commissioner says labour mobility is an export barrier

Trade and Investment Commissioner for Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Australia, Caleb Jarvis, has emphasized that labour mobility is an export barrier in the Pacific.
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PTI Commissioner says labour mobility is an export barrier

Trade and Investment Commissioner for Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Australia, Caleb Jarvis, has emphasized that labour mobility is an export barrier in the Pacific.

Parliament summoned for 2022 First Extraordinary Session

Parliament will convene on Tuesday 16th of August for the First Extraordinary Session, following the summoning of Parliament made by the Speaker of Parliament, MP Seoule Simeon, yesterday.
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Parliament summoned for 2022 First Extraordinary Session

Parliament will convene on Tuesday 16th of August for the First Extraordinary Session, following the summoning of Parliament made by the Speaker of Parliament, MP Seoule Simeon, yesterday.

Chinese Crew Acquitted

Two Captains and 11 crew members of the two Chinese vessels that were seized by the Vanuatu authorities were found not guilty in a judgment handed down by Judge Dudley Aru in the Supreme Court of Vanuatu, yesterday.
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Chinese Crew Acquitted

Two Captains and 11 crew members of the two Chinese vessels that were seized by the Vanuatu authorities were found not guilty in a judgment handed down by Judge Dudley Aru in the Supreme Court of Vanuatu, yesterday.

5 Reasons for Motion

Attempts to change the Government’s democratic system tops the list of five reasons in the Motion of No Confidence against Prime Minister (PM) Bob Loughman.
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5 Reasons for Motion

Attempts to change the Government’s democratic system tops the list of five reasons in the Motion of No Confidence against Prime Minister (PM) Bob Loughman.

Economic Recovery, Stability in focus as Vanuatu prepares for FEMM

Pacific Islands Forum Economic Ministers will be discussing economic impacts and recovery from COVID disruption as well as the new 2050 Strategy when they convene in-person for the first time in three years from 11-12 August, in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
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Economic Recovery, Stability in focus as Vanuatu prepares for FEMM

Pacific Islands Forum Economic Ministers will be discussing economic impacts and recovery from COVID disruption as well as the new 2050 Strategy when they convene in-person for the first time in three years from 11-12 August, in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Vohor remains as UMP President

President of the Union of Moderate Parties (UMP), Serge Vohor, has welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision on his purported suspension and termination by the National Executive Council (NEC) chaired by UMP Vice President and current Deputy Prime Minister, Ish
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Vohor remains as UMP President

President of the Union of Moderate Parties (UMP), Serge Vohor, has welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision on his purported suspension and termination by the National Executive Council (NEC) chaired by UMP Vice President and current Deputy Prime Minister, Ishmael Kalsakau.

Political Appointee guilty of misappropriating MP’s gratuity

The Second Political Adviser (PA) to the Ministry of Trades, Ronnie Kelep, has recently pleaded guilty to misappropriating a VT1 million gratuity payment for a former Member of Parliament (MP), Charlie Rokrok.
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Political Appointee guilty of misappropriating MP’s gratuity

The Second Political Adviser (PA) to the Ministry of Trades, Ronnie Kelep, has recently pleaded guilty to misappropriating a VT1 million gratuity payment for a former Member of Parliament (MP), Charlie Rokrok.

Gov't asked to seriously address vessel discharge at wharf

The Government has been asked to seriously address the discharge from vessels berthing and mooring at the temporary Domestic Wharf in Port Vila.
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Gov't asked to seriously address vessel discharge at wharf

The Government has been asked to seriously address the discharge from vessels berthing and mooring at the temporary Domestic Wharf in Port Vila.

PEV Supports Vanuatu-Led Initiative Seeking ICJ Advisory Opinion on Climate Change

The Pacific Elders’ Voice (PEV) has congratulated the Pacific Island Forum Leaders for their endorsement of Vanuatu’s initiative to secure an Advisory Opinion from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the legal obligations of states, in protecting
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PEV Supports Vanuatu-Led Initiative Seeking ICJ Advisory Opinion on Climate Change

The Pacific Elders’ Voice (PEV) has congratulated the Pacific Island Forum Leaders for their endorsement of Vanuatu’s initiative to secure an Advisory Opinion from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the legal obligations of states, in protecting the rights…

Technical issues slows passport issuance: Immigration Dep't

The Vanuatu Immigration and Passport Services is currently experiencing technical issues with the printing system, resulting in a very slow printing process. This has been ongoing since July 4, 2022.
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Technical issues slows passport issuance: Immigration Dep't

The Vanuatu Immigration and Passport Services is currently experiencing technical issues with the printing system, resulting in a very slow printing process. This has been ongoing since July 4, 2022.

1,000 flying hours requirement set by Insurance companies: Air Operators

Air operators in Vanuatu have dismissed claims of purposely making it difficult for Ni-Vanuatu graduate pilots to be employed.
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1,000 flying hours requirement set by Insurance companies: Air Operators

Air operators in Vanuatu have dismissed claims of purposely making it difficult for Ni-Vanuatu graduate pilots to be employed.

Breastfeeding in modern Vanuatu

Awareness for breastfeeding has increased greatly in the last few years, as more mothers attest to different experiences with breastfeeding their children in this day and age along with juggling more responsibilities outside of their homes and families.
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Breastfeeding in modern Vanuatu

Awareness for breastfeeding has increased greatly in the last few years, as more mothers attest to different experiences with breastfeeding their children in this day and age along with juggling more responsibilities outside of their homes and families.

DG of Trades' contract ceased

The Public Service Commission (PSC) has ceased the employment contract for the Director General (DG) of the Ministry of Tourism, Trades, Commerce and Ni-Vanuatu Business, Roy Mickey Joy, due to medical reasons.
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DG of Trades' contract ceased

The Public Service Commission (PSC) has ceased the employment contract for the Director General (DG) of the Ministry of Tourism, Trades, Commerce and Ni-Vanuatu Business, Roy Mickey Joy, due to medical reasons.

VT20M Claim For Unjustified Termination

The former Director General (DG) of the Ministry of Justice and Community Services, Dorosday Kenneth Watson, is seeking over VT20 million in damages over her termination.
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VT20M Claim For Unjustified Termination

The former Director General (DG) of the Ministry of Justice and Community Services, Dorosday Kenneth Watson, is seeking over VT20 million in damages over her termination.

New Caledonia: Over VT400 million Vanuatu kava export

The External Relation Advisor within the territorial government of the French territory of New Caledonia, Charles Wea said record shows that the value of Vanuatu kava in their market in 2021 was over VT400 million.
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New Caledonia: Over VT400 million Vanuatu kava export

The External Relation Advisor within the territorial government of the French territory of New Caledonia, Charles Wea said record shows that the value of Vanuatu kava in their market in 2021 was over VT400 million.

PM Loughman presented with a cagou from President Mapou

President of the territorial government of New Caledonia, Louis Mapou presented a carving of the emblematic cagou to Prime Minister, Bob Loughman, during the signing of the MOU last Friday on the second marine cable between Vanuatu and New Caledonia.
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PM Loughman presented with a cagou from President Mapou

President of the territorial government of New Caledonia, Louis Mapou presented a carving of the emblematic cagou to Prime Minister, Bob Loughman, during the signing of the MOU last Friday on the second marine cable between Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

Wamytan impressed with Vanuatu parliament

The president of the Congress of New Caledonia, Roch Wamytan and his delegation were impressed with the chamber of national parliament of Vanuatu during their visit last Friday.
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Wamytan impressed with Vanuatu parliament

The president of the Congress of New Caledonia, Roch Wamytan and his delegation were impressed with the chamber of national parliament of Vanuatu during their visit last Friday.

Only New Caledonia attended 42nd independence anniversary

As Vanuatu celebrated her 42nd Independence Anniversary on Saturday July 30, close neighbour New Caledonia was present to support this milestone.
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Only New Caledonia attended 42nd independence anniversary

As Vanuatu celebrated her 42nd Independence Anniversary on Saturday July 30, close neighbour New Caledonia was present to support this milestone.

‘Mr Price’ owner seeks to make home in Vanuatu

The man behind the ‘Mr Price’ human trafficking saga, Sekdah Somon, has appealed his sentence and hopes that he and his family can continue to live in Vanuatu.
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‘Mr Price’ owner seeks to make home in Vanuatu

The man behind the ‘Mr Price’ human trafficking saga, Sekdah Somon, has appealed his sentence and hopes that he and his family can continue to live in Vanuatu.

Air Vanuatu situation to resolve within two months

With its plans to recruit more Ni-Vanuatu pilots, the national flag carrier’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Atu Finau, has assured that the current situation of amended schedules on reduced flights is expected to be resolved within two months from now.
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Air Vanuatu situation to resolve within two months

With its plans to recruit more Ni-Vanuatu pilots, the national flag carrier’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Atu Finau, has assured that the current situation of amended schedules on reduced flights is expected to be resolved within two months from now.

Training for Ni-Van pilots to command Twin Otter planes

Following advice from the Office of Attorney General, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works (MIPU), through the Civil Aviation Authority of Vanuatu (CAAV) and Air Vanuatu, is working to allow Ni-Vanuatu pilots to undertake training that will enable
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Training for Ni-Van pilots to command Twin Otter planes

Following advice from the Office of Attorney General, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works (MIPU), through the Civil Aviation Authority of Vanuatu (CAAV) and Air Vanuatu, is working to allow Ni-Vanuatu pilots to undertake training that will enable them…

VT2B World Bank grant to reform 23 unplanned urban settlements in Vanuatu

A VT2 billion grant from the World Bank Group is set to reform unplanned urban settlements in Vanuatu and effectively improve the standard of living for many families.
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VT2B World Bank grant to reform 23 unplanned urban settlements in Vanuatu

A VT2 billion grant from the World Bank Group is set to reform unplanned urban settlements in Vanuatu and effectively improve the standard of living for many families.

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