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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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In 2014, the laughing Samoans made a hell of a joke about the Fijian national team saying, “You know the Flying Fijians Team? Yeah yeah, they just flew in and back out.”

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The capital of Vanuatu has a new Mayor - Steve Kiel. He is younger than his predecessor and from the sound of his speech, he has a lot of plans for the city and its residents/tenants/citizens.

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Next weekend, the streets will be flooded with our national colours – red, yellow and green — marking our 42nd Independence Anniversary.

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There has been a lot of negative posts regarding Yoshua Shing’s story on the Daily Post newspaper and Daily Post Facebook online updates. Many of our readers and followers are asking, ‘why is the Daily Post tarnishing the reputation of the country’s table tennis prodigy?’

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RVS Takuare is currently out of service. In September 2021, we counted down the days for this patrol boat before it entered Vanuatu waters.

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The Vanuatu Institute of Technology (VIT) is deregistered. This means that if the 900 students at the college graduate without VIT resolving this with the Vanuatu Qualification Authority (VQA), then all the students’ certificates, diplomas or degrees would not be accredited. That basically m…

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The road into Belleview has been graded and tar-sealed. This entrance isn’t just for the residents of Belleview but for those living in Beverly Hills as well and while the gesture by PWD may be considered as upright for vehicle owners, this new road has apparently made it more dangerous for …

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If I didn’t know any better, I’d think we are having a taste of the biblical plagues that once ravaged Egypt. While we may not have the bloody rivers or swarms of locusts, we do have a global pandemic, a mystery flu and monkeypox has also RSVP’d, so yes, who or what do we have to ‘let go’ to…

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Malapoa College is back in the spotlight with a scandalous affair stemming from inside the school and on the college grounds.

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The price of bread recently increased by VT10 from another bakery last week. There is no price ceiling for bread, nor is there a price ceiling for a lot of goods sold in supermarkets. When the second bakery increased their price of bread it created a balance in the market and in most countri…

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Like all other nations, Vanuatu does not have enough funds to do everything its citizens would like: it has to prioritise between many worthy opportunities.

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I spoke with the Air Vanuatu boss during the week, it was an interesting conversation. The perception I initially received of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Atu Finau was that he was very intimidating. This was the common denominator shared with a lot staff in the company, and they all ha…

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On the first day of the Bob Loughman Government formation, some MPs needed a bit more than dear old patriotism to endorse him — no, the love of one’s country, countrymen and women wasn’t quite cutting it, once he threw in a Ministry then an agreement was made.

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New recruitment for the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) ended yesterday and when an online story highlighted that the LGBTQ community was interested in applying, the majority of the comments were negative, abusive and outright immature, why is that?

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For those of you who may have missed it, Solomon Islands and China have a security agreement but the details of this pact remain unknown, which is making our Australian, New Zealand and US friends a bit anxious.

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Fuel price has increased by VT22. In January last year benzine was VT144 per litre, now it’s VT195, that’s a 35% increase in 15 months and it’s not going to stop either. The reason for this increase has been reported across the globe and explained to everyone already, it has to do with the t…

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Police brutality. We’ve all seen the video, read the comments and shared our opinion on the matter. We here at the Newsroom attempted to quantify this controversial topic by asking social media users what their thoughts were on ‘how these officers should be disciplined?’ through a survey.

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On Tuesday we here at Daily Post made a mistake, a mistake that questioned the integrity of our newspaper and professionalism of our reporters.

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Schools in four provinces have opened their doors and students after almost a month of studying from home are now finally going back into their classrooms, students aside from EFATE and Santo that is.

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The Government announced that public gatherings are not allowed. This goes for funerals, cinemas, nightclubs and more importantly, one that has received a lot more controversy than the others – Churches. As you know, the reason for preventing large gatherings is to control the spread of Omicron.

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The Price Control Bureau (PCB) has showed signs of life. They have had a few stories in the papers and are advising citizens to lodge complaints if any businesses are profiteering during this crisis. This is good, just as the Ombudsman has encouraged us private citizens to keep our leaders a…

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People in Port Vila now know well the implication of the national lockdown after the border closure, but people in the rural communities throughout Vanuatu’s six provinces are just coming to terms with the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The fact that omicron is less severe than its earlier strains has relaxed precautionary measures in some parts of the country. Three weeks into COVID-19 and temperature guns at supermarkets are no longer in use, curfews have been extended and some nakamals are back to operating a pay-per-she…

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Home-school Packages (HSPs) are being provided by public and private schools to ensure the continuity of learning at home. Teachers prepare these HSPs for each term, parents continue to pay full school fees and are tasked with teaching their children.

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