Sunday, March 24, 2019

Vanuatu ‘must always be resilient’ to disasters

The Vanuatu Government wants everyone - from individual households to the national levels - to take any necessary steps to help cut down disaster impacts

Vanuatu celebrates rural women’s lives

Hundreds of women gathered at Erakor Village on Efate island this week to celebrate International Day of Rural Women 2016.

Everyone invited to Disaster Risk Reduction Day in Port Vila

A day of activities and information will mark Disaster Reduction Day in Port Vila Thursday.

Amazing photos of hail fall in Vanuatu

People looking at social media were amazed to see pictures of hailstones which had fallen in Vanuatu - for the first time anyone could remember.

Govt explains sale of cyclone relief supplies

The Vanuatu Government has explained the reasons behind a sale of donated cyclone relief items.

Art exhibition with a message

A new art exhibition in Port Vila has been as described as ‘a triumph for environmental awareness and art appreciation'.

Right to information bill will be beneficial

Vanuatu's Right To Information unit has been holding awareness sessions around the country ahead of the Right To Information Bill going before Parliament next month.

Freswota Bilingual introduces uniforms for teachers

Teachers at Freswota Bilingual School have been kitted out in uniforms for the first time.

Livestock survey begins

A cattle survey began last week with the aim of helping small holders and commercial farmers to continue enhancing the production of cattle.

Vanuatu markets benefit from Commonwealth Government Training

Strengthening management of Vanuatu’s largest markets and local authorities was the goal of training led by the Commonwealth Local Government Forum.