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Approximately VT1 million has been used for custom ceremonies leading up to the arrival of RVS Takuare today.

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Key national stakeholders on COVID-19 need a budget of VT94 million to address gaps in the existing protocols and prevent the spread of the virus.

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Vanuatu National Workers Union (VNWU)’s former boss and former Union Member of Parliament for Port Vila Constituency, Ephraim Kalsakau, said it is illegal at this stage for an employee to be terminated just because he or she has not been vaccinated.

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The venue for our gathering was Coco Beach beyond Pango Village. Surprisingly none of the public transport buses seem to know the resort or they flatly refuse to go there after dark. My wife and I wait at a Bus Stop at Number 2 and a couple from our church recognise us and pick us up in thei…

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Starting next year, the Member Education Support Scheme (MESS) will be referred to as the Student Education Support Scheme, operated by the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) independently from the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET.

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The construction of the 12km South Tanna Road Phase III, starting from where the second phase ended to Manuapen area, will now commence by the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) at a cost of VT992 million.

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The Vanuatu Scholarship Board is in desperate in need of a reform, and its chairman, Collin Natonga aims to achieve this before the end of his term.

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All six provinces in Vanuatu now host the decentralized office of the Ministry of Climate Change Adaptation (MoCCA) after the official opening of the Penama Office at Saratamata on Ambae, by Prime Minister (PM), Bob Loughman.

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Around VT70 million from the VT500 million already allocated by the Council of Ministers (COM) for the Norsup Airport upgrade will initially be available to secure the airport’s perimeter fencing.

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On Wednesday this week, the Government and private sector gathered at Lolam House to discover Titan FX’s tastily redesigned offices. After 4 years of rapid growth, it was an opportunity for the team members to properly introduce the company to the community, explain what fintech is all about…

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Nine mothers from the Northern Ward in Port Vila have undertaken a business training in an attempt to improve the standard of their living at home, as the country is facing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Minister of Justice and Community Services, Esmon Saimon, says the Government has set the ball rolling with its National Gender Equality Policy 2020 – 2030, for women and girls to participate effectively in the development of the country.

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The China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) yesterday sponsored the Central Secondary School (CSS) Chinese cup speech competition, with a total of VT168,000 towards the prize awards.

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No one starts their own business thinking it will be easy. There will be many challenges along the way. Very often the difference between business success and failure will depend entirely on how you approach those challenges and reframe them into opportunities.

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Unofficial results of the Port Vila City Council (PVCC) by-election yesterday indicate the Opposition bloc has secured both seats in the Anambrou/Melcoffee and Freswota/Tasiriki Wards.

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Chief Vincent Bubunbah of Central Pentecost is appealing to his counterparts from the North of the island to respect what had been done after the passing of Vanuatu’s first Prime Minister (PM), late Father Walter Lini in 1999.

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At least 15 leaders are currently awaiting their Preliminary Inquiry (PI) before the Magistrates Court, scheduled for October 13, 2021.

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Father of 5 gets two years reduced for raping another woman

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Repatriation flights will resume on Monday next week with a first charter flight from China approved by the Government, bringing over 30 workers of the China Civil Engineering Construction (CCECC).

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The due diligence checks conducted by the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) on applications received under Vanuatu’s Development Support Program (DSP), have revealed that approximately 5% of the applicants have adverse records against their names.

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A secondary school in Santo, Lycée de Luganville, damaged by Tropical Cyclone (TC) Harold in April 2020, will be reconstructed at a cost of approximately VT300 million.

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