Friday, December 14, 2018
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Local initiative to provide housing for people living with disabilities

A new project will provide safe shelter for some of Vanuatu's most disadvantaged people.
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Long serving school principal awarded Independence Medal

Port Vila International School Principal, Faye Taylor, has been awarded a prestigious Independence Medal by the Vanuatu President.
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Paramount chief on remand again for breaching bail

A Pentecost paramount chief is on remand in custody after breaching bail conditions on charges including arson, intentional assault and criminal trespass.
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People with disabilities a ‘forgotten group’

People with disabilities are a 'forgotten group' in society, says the Director General of the Ministry of Justice.
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Torres Island urgently needs help

The Torres Islands in the northern part of Vanuatu are still suffering from a severe shortage of water and food due to the El Nino drought.
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Woman on misappropriation charges

A woman has denied 12 counts of misappropriation in the Supreme Court this week after allegations that she misused more than VT419,000.
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French schools cooperative on the menu

Talks are under way for the establishment of a School Cooperative, the first of this kind in Vanuatu.
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Court orders no COMPOL appointment till court rules

THE Supreme Court in Vila has ordered that no appointment of a new Chairman of the Police Service Commission or a new Commissioner of Police should be made yet.
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Long serving school principal awarded Independence Medal

LONG serving Port Vila International School Principal, Faye Taylor, has been awarded a prestigious Independence Medal by the Vanuatu President, Baldwin Lonsdale.
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Jailed MPs’ bid of hope filed with Supreme Court

A new constitutional application has been filed before the Vanuatu Supreme Court to challenge the action of the prosecution in developing the criminal case against 13 former MPs, who claim they were fully immune while Parliament was sitting.

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