Wednesday, September 19, 2018

More disabilities in urban than in rural, survey reveals

A survey of people with disabilities has revealed that there are more people with special needs in the urban areas than in rural areas of Vanuatu.
Vanuatu Parliament House

VNPF: A Commission of Inquiry ‘unlike others’

A Commission of Inquiry is to investigate the use of more than VT 4.4 billion in non-profitable investments approved by the Vanuatu National Provident Fund.
empowering women

Australian Aid supporting gender equity

Australian Aid is changing lives of women, small scale local crop farmers and men in Vanuatu.
Long God Yumi Stanap

Public Servant’s welfare ‘a priority’

The Public Service Commission is considering a number of avenues that would address the welfare of public servants.

ANZ appoints new Country Head for Vanuatu and New Caledonia

The ANZ has appointed a new Country Head for Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

Teen gets suspended sentence for multiple break-ins

A teenager has walked free from court despite being convicted on multiple charges of theft.
iosa team

Air Vanuatu on track to regain exclusive international safety rating

Air Vanuatu has completed the first stage of its IOSA registration with a successful audit carried out.
Pac Minister

Australia one of the largest aid givers to Vanuatu

Australia's Minister for International Development and the Pacific has ended her three days official visit to the country and left for Fiji.

Tukoro returns to Vanuatu following repairs

RVS Tukoro has returned to its home port after repairs to damage cause by cyclone Pam last year.

NZ business delegation to visit Vanuatu

A New Zealand trade mission will visit Vanuatu following a successful visit to NZ by Prime Minister Charlot Salwai.