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Over 30 Chinese nationals are coming to Vanuatu from China on Monday, under CCECC. Previously for high-risk countries, the Vanuatu government steered clear from bringing more than five at a time.

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It has been 18 months since Covid came crashing into our lives causing Vanuatu to close its borders and ruining the livelihoods of most people in Vanuatu.

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The Vanuatu Government will consider dialogue on re-opening the borders once 90% of everyone 18 years old and above have been vaccinated. According to the 2020 census, our total population is 301,695 and the census data records those aged 0-19 as 143,479, so the remainder is 158,216.

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What is the Ombudsman doing now? This is the question that Daily Post attempted to answer over two months ago yet the Ombudsman’s office and his staff have remained silent.

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The bewildered primary school kid standing immediately next to him had to take a second, very puzzled look at the guy with the ice-cream to ensure the latter hadn’t lost his mind and that he wasn’t mad? He literally painted ice-cream all over his face, nose and beard as he danced away to the…

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The Public Relations Officer (PRO) for the Prime Minister’s Office commented this week stating that Vanuatu needs to assist its citizens in Afghanistan.

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In a move that surprised us all, immediately after the Independence anniversary celebrations, on the 6th of August, the Prime Minister, with the endorsement of the Council of Ministers wrote to the Speaker of Parliament requesting a special extraordinary session of Parliament to sit from Aug…

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Our ATR-72 flight touched down on Whitegrass Airport’s breezy tarmac just before 11am on Monday 9th of August: EOs MALFFB and Trade, and this writer. Yes, it was nearing lunchtime. But this delegation representing the NWA Technical Advisory Committtee (TAC) had to find comfort under the suns…

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For a lucky few, the mid-20th century was a golden age of air travel: there was plenty of room and the cabin crew were attentive. Back then foreign trips were glamorous and mass tourism was unknown. Sound familiar?

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We are free today to choose our destiny

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It would be a natural reaction for anyone reading the Guardian’s article (published on 16 July in the Daily Post) entitled “Citizenship for sale: fugitives, politicians and disgraced business people buying Vanuatu passports” to simply shake their head in dismay. Here we go again – another ar…

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An interesting post on social media regarding the work of lawyers and what it takes to be considered one caught attention recently, although the post may have been published earlier on in the year.

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Intellectual property refers to the creations of the mind. Your ideas and creativity are expressed in different ways through inventions, designs, writing, music, art, performances. When your ideas and creativity are exist within the mind of a person, it is an intangible property and is expre…

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Last week, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken released the 21st annual Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP Report), documenting the efforts of the world’s governments to combat human trafficking in all its forms, as well as the ways the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the human trafficking…

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When he is sought after for his signature on a document to help a total stranger, and he pauses to sign the letter without any question as if it were part of the meeting he is addressing, then you know that he is someone special.

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No matter where you live, the simple act of buying a product can affect the human rights of someone you have never met. Business activity – from producing to selling, to investing, and buying – impacts the lives of billions of people worldwide. Every day we engage in some sort of business ac…

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Employees being afraid to speak to the media with fear of job loss is a genuine fear since COVID-19 closed the borders and employment scarcity has become much more of a reality than before.

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