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When I read The Fiji Times headline report Media Laws up for “ review “ (FT 30/1) I thought it should actually be the existing draconian media laws up for “ repeal “. It would be good riddance to bad rubbish. We can’t have such repressive media laws to muscle the press in a true democracy. F…

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Over the past few days, we have been pushing quite a fair bit of online and print content out in regards to the South Malekula Mountain Witness prayer group. I’ve sent reporters down to the elders and their congregation and found out some interesting tactics being used during their campaign …

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The Vanuatu College of Nursing Education will no longer enroll students until 2027, by then ideally we will have a better medical college with accredited courses and higher qualifications, that is the goal.

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The reduction in recidivism rates with inmates in Vanuatu has always been a struggle with the Vanuatu Correctional Services Department. The rehabilitation programmes available behind bars consist of Bible studies, positive reflection and further mentoring programmes. However, one option that…

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What Australian High Commission Charge’ de affaires John Williams said at the recent Attorney General’s Conference in Fiji is relevant right across the region.

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The Vanuatu Government’s investigation into “the lucrative Citizen Program” (Vanuatu Daily Post, 26/11/22) should be of interest to other Pacific island countries as there might be parallels.

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It’s almost three weeks now since our Government’s IT system was attacked and crippled which brought down the internet and intranet infrastructure of the Republic, sending our public servants back to the days of pencils and paper.

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Reviewing airline food is a favourite sport for short trip hoppers and long haul travellers alike. Giving Air Vanuatu (Vila to Sydney leg) a mile high hat for its on board selection of local baked goods, fruit, coffee and juices.

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There have been a few articles and letters questioning Air Vanuatu lately. However, as someone who flew four times (out and in) during COVID-19 and a few more times after borders opened up, I have not suffered from poor food or poor service.

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In Vanuatu, a new political party (Unity for Change Movement) established just 3 weeks before the recent snap election won a seat for its sole candidate.

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In Fiji, two military generals — Frank Bainimarama and Sitiveni Rabuka — who rose to power through military coups and went on to become Prime Minister claim they were guided by God.

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Vanuatu hemi wan unique ples. Aot long every neisen long wol, Vanuatu hemi spesel tumas. And God hemi createm ol people blong Vanuatu too hemi spesel. Yu unique aot long every nations long wol.

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Vanuatu’s first head of state, Ati George Sokomanu, certainly kicked a hornet’s nest last week when he apparently questioned the right of “foreigners” or naturalised citizens to participate in elections, suggesting that perhaps the Constitution should be amended in relation to this, and, as …

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Our Right to Choose the Latter!

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In 1962 American Country musician Skeeter Davis released her single ‘End of the World’, this classic talks about how the world ended for her when her soulmate said goodbye. It’s a heartbreaking song where Skeeter is asking in her lyrics:

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In July our sports team worked on a story regarding Miller Pata’s overall career earning which was released by FIVB on their website, note that this information is accessible to the public and simply a click away if you know what to look for.

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Vanuatu sends thousands of wide-eyed open-minded hardworking dreamers to New Zealand and Australia for seasonal employment every year which surpasses any other country in the Pacific region.

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