Meet Vanuatu Police and Vanuatu Mobile Force Chaplain, Lieutenant Collen (Celeb) Willie, 56, whose Group prays without ceasing for God’s miraculous power to return the Government Leadership to the top.
A short video released by the Pacific Aviation Safety Office (PASO) this week highlights the enhanced regional collaboration to resolve pressing Pacific aviation challenges and achieve needed safe and secure air connectivity.
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.
Workers under the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme must be fully vaccinated against coronavirus before departing Vanuatu for New Zealand (NZ), starting in January next year.
The Ombudsman has recommended that the Member Education Support Scheme (MESS) established between the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) and the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) be terminated.
The Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF) and the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) have conducted an inaugural joint goodwill exercise in Vanuatu.
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).
The Luganville Municipal Council (LMC) and Ifira Trustees Ltd (ITL) will be signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today, to foster their working relationship.
Transparency International Vanuatu (TIV) Advocate, Douglas Tamara has reminded that Vanuatu has three main pillars on which it stands; Custom, Christian Faith and Rule of Law.
Ambaebulu Junior Secondary School (AJSS) on East Ambae is currently implementing a Farm to School project, in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity (MALFFB), Vanuatu Skills Partnership (VSP) and other stakeholders.
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) recently celebrated its 60th Anniversary, its 20th year in Vanuatu and the Inauguration of the Francophone Employability Centre integrated into the Francophone Digital Campus of Port Vila.
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.
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.
Work on the approved new cemetery site on the road to Eratap Village has been placed on hold, as the first round of dialogue commenced yesterday between Port Vila City Council (PVCC), custom landowners and relevant government agencies.
A total of 29 Presbyterian seasoned Prayer Warriors demonstrated their faith in the empty corridors of the Prime Minister’s three-storey Office Complex with songs of praise yesterday morning, from 6 to approximately 9 o’clock.
Last week the Centre for Global Development (CGD) released its 2021 Commitment to Development Index. The CDI has, for the last 20 years, been comparing rich countries in terms of their “policies that affect the development prospects of countries beyond one’s own borders”. It has had a rest f…
The Prime Minister’s Office and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) hosted Vanuatu’s National Consultation on Climate Change, Disasters and Migration, together with the Ministry of Climate Change Adaptation, Meteorology, Geo-Hazards, Environment, Energy and Disaster Management…
President of the Malvatumauri National Council of Chiefs, Willie Plasua, has urged chiefs in Vanuatu to take the lead in getting vaccinated against coronavirus so their people can do the same.
Medical literacy from Vanuatu that is displayed on the international stage is limited, compare to other Pacific countries, said Emergency Physician at the Vila Central Hospital (VCH), Dr. Vincent Atua.
Over 300 members of the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) and Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF) have come to enjoy the same financial package that members of the Vanuatu Teachers Union (VTU) are currently enjoying.
The Judicial Review filed by the Ombudsman Office with the Court on the recent Presidential pardons will not disrupt the process of the Pentecost By-election.
Local businessman Gilbert Dinh, better known as Dinh Van Than, has demanded that the State pays VT600 million in compensation for damages to his properties during the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) riot in 1998.
The Morua Police Station on Tongoa, providing service to other Shepherd Islands and south Epi, has been installed with a new solar system for the first time since its establishment.
Chiefs and traditional authorities of Western Santo have successfully concluded a Custom and Conservation Festival this month.
As part of its corporate social responsibility programme, Vanuatu’s fintech leader Titan FX recently organized a trip to the Banks Islands to distribute school supplies to 189 children and their teachers. This support is crucial for providing equal opportunity for students in this remote are…
Vanuatu has started work on controlling the importation and handling of Ozone depleting substances, through the implementation of the Ozone Layer Protection Act No. 22 of 2019.
In just over a week, young Pacific people worldwide will convene at the ‘Youth4Pacific: Pre-COP Gathering’–the largest mobilisation of Pacific Youth in the lead-up to this year’s COP26 climate negotiations in Glasgow.
Owners of vehicles that are currently being detained within the Convention Centre compound have been given an ultimatum to comply with traffic requirements and fines by 3pm on September 30, 2021, or they will lose their vehicles to the state.
The three political parties in the Opposition bloc are uniting to support a single candidate in each of the two wards of Port Vila that are going through by-elections next Friday, 24th of September.