Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Vanuatu President Lonsdale asks Parole Board to be fair

The President has reminded the Parole Board that they have a duty to be fair to all detainees, including two former MPs who are eligible.

Man sent to prison for killing two in accident

The driver involved in the last year's bus accident at Erakor Half road will serve 11 moths in jail.

The current state of the tourism industry

The reality of the current situation is that tourism in Vanuatu at present is down by more than 13 percent against our best year.

Keeping the Games healthy

This week Van2017 and the Department of Health held series of meetings and workshops to ensure that the althletes are kept healthy when participating.

Freswota One Community opposes new petrol station

Freswota one community opposes the planning of a new petrol station at Freswota one area in Port vila.

Woman ordered to repay money stolen from leading resort

A female former assistant manager has been ordered to repay more than VT789,000 belonging to a resort in Luganville .

Politicians make promises but little done on RTI awareness

Politicians make promises on RTI bill but little done .

Quad bike should be registered

Quad Bike should be registered under roadworthy test said a concerned citizen.

People’s views on income tax expressed

People's views on income tax

‘Sustainable Tourism’ at SPTE 2017

THE South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) is putting on ‘sustainable tourism’ at its premier trade event South Pacific Tourism Exchange (SPTE) in Sydney in May.