Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Festival of music across Port Vila Thursday

During this day, musicians are encouraged and have the right to play in public area and on many stages.

Chief wins right to run container port

This gives the chief and his people's group of companies the right to operate the newly completed Lapetasi International Container Terminal located on Ifira Island.

Opposition insists PM-backed pilot was not qualified

The Opposition has released a statement reiterating that it had received confirmation and information that the pilot concerned failed his instrumental flight tests.

Opposition slams Malvatamauri on no confidence

In a statement, the Opposition said motions of no confidence were ingrained in the Vanuatu Constitution from day 1.

Bail application declined for former Vanuatu MPs

The application for bail pending appeal by the former MPs was filed on the same date of their sentencing for conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

Does China’s new mega-wharf pose a threat to Australia?

The construction of a vast wharf in the key strategic outpost of Luganville, funded by Beijing, has Australian security analyst Dr Malcolm Davis increasingly concerned.

Chiefly council against no confidence debate against govt

The chief said it is disrespectful of the Opposition to lodge a motion of no confidence after President Moses Obed Tallis appealed to the parliament for political stability.

Vanuatu preparing for cybercrime law, says PM

Mr Salwai made the statement following questions raised by former Prime Minister Sato Kilman who questioned the government's capacity to control social media.

Nauru to recruit teachers from Vanuatu

There are not enough teachers to teach in schools and Nauru has been looking abroad to other Pacific countries like Fiji to fill its teaching force, said Nauru's Education Minister.

VMF must be a full military contingent – President

The President made the statement in an address to the official opening of the First Ordinary Session of Parliament.