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A delegation from the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) was fortunate to attend the Jean Baptist Cainds Vocational Training Centre’s graduation ceremony on its visit to Ambrym as part of the Director Generals Annual Performance visit to schools.

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The riots in Honiara yesterday, disturbing the city’s normally quiet atmosphere, were unexpected but not surprising. Someone made reference to a possible protest that would coincide with the convening of parliament, but details were sketchy and social media was tightlipped about a protest fo…

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As part of his programme of farewell calls, New Zealand High Commissioner, Jonathan Schwass visited the President of Vanuatu HE Obed Moses Tallis, Prime Minister Bob Loughman, Leader of the Opposition Ralph Regenvanu and the Malvatumauri National Council of Chiefs.

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A two-day training aimed at ensuring responsible school authorities understand the procedure to implement school fee structure, was held recently in Santo.

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Last Friday, 43 participants came together at a stunning location by the beach in Launamoa village on Pele to celebrate a productive week of cooking under the watchful eyes of Norman Kalsa.

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The biggest challenge hindering the progress of the Export Strategy is the government officials’ tardiness to fast track export requirements and speed up trade, the Minister of Finance, Johnny Koanapo, has stressed. 

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Transparency International Vanuatu (TIV) Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Willie Tokon and Ombudsman Ham Bulu, have both expressed disappointment on the turnout at a workshop to discuss the results of a new survey published by “Global Corruption Barometer – Pacific 2021”, involving over 6,000 pe…

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One of the last four defence witnesses in the Franco Picchi murder case testified he saw the Italian builder enter Club Imperial at 1am in the early hours of November 29, 1994; the court heard that all blood-stained items used in the killing were collected and burned; and then Prime Minister…

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Following the Daily Post front page article on 17th of November 2021, issue no. 6404 which stated that Wilco Hardware had generated sales of VT135 million, the Daily Post has been contacted by Wilco Management who have advised that what was reported is wrong and incorrect.

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This is number eleven of a new series of articles – positive mindsets for a positive future. Over the next few weeks I am exploring some of the most frequent questions I get asked as a business coach and focus on both the challenges and opportunities each one presents.

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This week I went to Wilson Aru’s Nakamal at Freshwota 3, next to Sakari store. There are 3 windows, and for today’s edition of word from the Kava-Vine, I sampled kava from Malekula.

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The Ocean Affairs Division within the Department of Foreign Affairs, Vanuatu Fisheries Department and Department of Environment, Protection and Conservation conducted a joint rapid marine biodiversity assessment on six atolls of Reef Islands last week.

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Vanuatu is set to receive the first batch of 14, 400 Johnson and Johnson (J&J) single-shot vaccines next month, following the indemnity agreement signed between the Government and COVAX Facility yesterday.

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Minister of Finance and Economic Management, Johnny Koanapo has made a firm warning to all private companies not to take advantage of the crisis to make money from the people.

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Police in Port Vila have arrested a suspect pending investigating into the fatal assault of a young mother at Blacksand area yesterday morning.

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The Ministry of Health (MOH) yesterday received 10 vehicles from an Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project supporting immunization in Vanuatu.

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Director and Spokesperson for Women Against Crime and Corruption (WACC) and Member of Diplomacy Training Programme (DTP) Alumni Network in the Pacific, Jenny Ligo, has assured partners who have been invited to the training sessions at the Grand on Monday this week, to know that they have bee…

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Farmers from Port Patrick in Aneityum are now turning to agriculture, particularly vanilla cultivation, to generate income and support livelihoods, following the halt of tourism by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Prime Minister, Bob Loughman told Parliament this week that he will write a note to the French Ambassador, Pierre Fournier, in Port Vila to support the demand of New Caledonia’s indigenous Kanaks not to hold the referendum for their self-determination next month.

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