Daily post has started profiling the candidates in their paper and the winner will be announced by end of November 2016.
— Dan McGarry (@dailypostdan) November 13, 2016
Miss Valerie Martinez has been doing a lot of community service, from visiting children in the hospital to doing Vanuatu tourism promotions.
— Vanuatu Daily Digest (@DailyDigester) May 29, 2016
Despite many criticisms in 2005, Miss Glenda Laban won the title and the event went quiet, and after 8 years the Vanuatu Tourism launched Miss Republic of Vanuatu in 2013 and this seems to have some impact in tourism and the communities, hence the 2016 race is back.
— Vanuatu Loop (@loop_vanuatu) October 3, 2016