Friday, January 18, 2019

Importer says law may be breaking WTO rules

Importers are only allowed to bring in goods that met the Australian and New Zealand Certification Standard.

P&O: multi-generational cruising growing

This week has also been an opportunity to pay tribute to all of our Ni Vanuatu crew members on July 30, their 38th annual Vanuatu Independence Day.

Cellovila stocks biodegradable plastic products

The products that will be available in Cellovila are made of bioplastic, which is sometimes called Polylactic acid (PLA).

Adventist school project receives government funding

The Kwataparen School project, one of four junior schools in Tanna to be rebuilt, was launched this week.

Police warn people ahead of Easter long weekend

Police have called on people to behave responsibly during the Easter long weekend.

Revised Pacific Islands Meteorological strategy to be tabled at PMC meeting next week

It aims for improved weather services, improved end-to-end Multi Hazard Early Warning Systems, enhanced infrastructure for weather, climate and water and improved climate services.

Government and UN sign United Nations Pacific Strategy 2018 – 2022

The strategy focuses on six priority areas of work, where UN agencies are committed to working jointly to help countries achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

New political bloc calls for removal of deputy PM

The new political bloc is led by Mr Kilman who said the SA is backed by 23 MPs — 18 government MPs and five from the opposition.

1000 coffee growers in Vanuatu certified organic

Tanna Coffee company owner, Terry Adlington, said Wednesday was an historic day for the company because he said never again will that many farmers be certified organic on the one day.

New roundabout being constructed

This intersection will be under heavy construction for approximately three weeks.