Sunday, April 21, 2019

New brand for South Pacific tourism

South Pacific tourism is adopting a new brand and identity.

MSG membership endorsed by Vanuatu

Vanuatu is fully supporting a bid by West Papua to achieve full membership in the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG).

Caribbean-Pacific exchange to assist in crop improvement

Pacific Island researchers and extension officers are on a study tour to the Caribbean islands of Jamaica and Trinidad to learn and exchange practices covering staple crops.

Man injured during brawl

A man was rushed to the hospital in Luganville after a brawl over a coconut plantation.

CCECC denies strike claim

THE China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) has played down the strike allegations published by The Independent last week, claiming they were baseless.

Belair Airways second bird flies Northern islands

Belair Airways Vanuatu Limited has bought a second aircraft, that is now ready to provide services to the northern islands of Vanuatu.

Pacific exporters ready Europe’s biggest food show

Coffee from Vanuatu will be one of the premium food products on show at a major food expo in Paris, opening Sunday.

Former politicians ‘bid of hope’ on trial

The case to challenge the legality of the process that led to the former Vanuatu MPs and Ministers now sitting behind bars was heard this week

Christafari to perform tomorrow at Zion Fest

Popular American Reggae Gospel Band Christafari will perform live tomorrow at the Saralana Park in Port Vila.

Airlines ‘face challenges’ operating in Pacific

The Vanuatu PM says airlines of the Association of South Pacific Airlines (ASPA) have faced many challenges in operating in a region with limited resources