Friday, March 22, 2019

Fatal bus crash case adjourned

THE bus driver involved in the fatal crash at Erakor Half Road in June had his case adjourned to another date to be set after the prosecution said they needed some time to draft their final submissions and information

Tsunami response plans for Port Vila, South Efate

The creation of the Tsunami Response Plans for Port Vila and South Efate will enable communities and visitors to respond effectively to any future tsunami warnings.

New head of Vanuatu Tourism Office

Vanuatu Tourism Office has a new General Manager, with Mrs Adela Issachar Aru officially taking up her role this week.

Rural women building food security

Women from every province in Vanuatu are attending a food security training workshop in Efate, this week.

VT400mil for health structure over five years

Health services throughout Vanuatu are undergoing a review and restructure costing more than VT 400 million.

45 operators explore digital tourism

Vanuatu tourism operators have been learning more about using digital marketing.

Police seek community partnerships

A policing symposium has heard that although national security is critical, the national police force has only an annual budget of VT 50 million.

Workshop hears police ‘help victims not to report’

A workshop on gender violence has been told police do not help victims to report crime.

Relatives’ fingers crossed waiting for Judge’s final words

The Judge in the constitutional case will bring down his findings on Wednesday.

ADB establishes extended mission in Port Vila

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Vanuatu government today signed an agreement to establish an extended mission in Port Vila.