Tactics for the long-term management of invasive alien species and biosecurity took place at a two-day workshop held recently in Port Vila
Local workers of a Chinese construction company in Tanna went on strike this week claiming the foreign company is treating its workers as ‘slaves’.
Valuing teachers and improving their status was the theme as World Teachers Day was celebrated in Port Vila.
The Pacific Games Council (PGC) has no money in the VAN2017 Games Account, says its chairman.
Vanuatu's proposed new taxes will be ‘much more difficult and expensive to administer for both government and businesses’, say leading business people.
On Monday, the Supreme Court will hear an application for a stay order on the appointment process of a new Police Commissioner for Vanuatu.
The Port Vila roads project has begun a water quality monitoring program to ensure the roadworks do not harm waterways.
Vanuatu Rugby League has a new naming rights sponsor, ensuring the test match against Solomon Islands will go ahead on October 15.
The Vanuatu Government is joining other local and international organisations to mark World Teachers Day on Wednesday.
Drought stricken north Erromango is calling for help from the government.