• The 4th Pacific Island Marine & Oceans Services Panel Meeting commences in Nuku’alofa The 4th Pacific Island Marine & Oceans Services (PIMOS) Panel Meeting commences today in Nuku’alofa, Tonga. The PIMOS Panel was established in 2015 to serve in the capacity of an advisory committee to the Pacific Meteorological Council (PMC) on marine and ocean services matters in the Pacific region. According to the Terms of Reference, the ...
  • NEW ZEALAND AND CHINESE ENGINEERS TO BUILD EFATE HEALTH FACILITIES A joint New Zealand-Chinese exercise about to begin in Vanuatu will build health facilities in villages on Efate. New Zealand High Commissioner Jonathan Schwass said the work would be carried out under Exercise Tropic Twilight by the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. “Engineers from the two forces will work ...
  • Japanese Government 2019 Scholarship now open for Vanuatu citizens The Government of Japan through the Embassy of Japan in Fiji is now offering 3 categories of scholarships to qualified nationals of Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tuvalu and Vanuatu for studies in Japan. The categories are mentioned below. For Fiji nationals; Completed application forms and all necessary documents need to be submitted to the Embassy of ...
Criminal Complaint filed to Ombudsman against Regenvanu
A former Director-General in various Ministries in the Public Service, Joe Ligo, has filed to the Ombudsman of Vanuatu, a Criminal Complaint against current Foreign Affairs Minister, and MP for Port Vila, Ralph Regenevanu. Mr Ligo has filed the ..
Napat calls for inquiry into sentencing laws
President of the Leaders Party of Vanuatu Hon. Jotham Napat has called for a parliamentary inquiry into sentencing laws in Vanuatu after a man was sentenced to community work for the long-term systematic abuse of his ..
Iririki Resort wins out of court settlement from Daily Post
Iririki Resort has won its lawsuit against Daily Post Vanuatu by way of an out of court settlement. The lawsuit against Daily Post started when the Newspaper editors ran an alleged libel article in the Post’s supplement ..
LPV MPs donate entire 2.6 million gratuity to people of ..
Leaders Party MPs, Jotham Napat and Matai Seremiah have donated their entire gratuity payments for being Ministers for two years to the people of Torba Province. The gratuity payments totalling VT2.5 million have been donated to the ..

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