Monday, April 22, 2019

Tukoro returns to Vanuatu following repairs

RVS Tukoro has returned to its home port after repairs to damage cause by cyclone Pam last year.

NZ business delegation to visit Vanuatu

A New Zealand trade mission will visit Vanuatu following a successful visit to NZ by Prime Minister Charlot Salwai.
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MPs found guilty of conspiracy

Vanuatu MPs have been found guilty on conspiracy charges.
Bauerfield remediation works

VT52million airport works commence

Vanuatu's Minister of Public Utilities and Infrastructure Jotham Napat and Minister of Finance Gaetan Pikioune have approved a VT52 million remediation work project for Bauerfield airport.
Senator Fierravanti-Wells

Australian Senator to visit Vanuatu

Australia’s Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, is making her first Ministerial visit to Vanuatu.
Supreme Court of Vanuatu

‘Tug of war’ between lawyers still going ahead

The tug of war between senior Vanuatu lawyers is still going on after Justice David Chetwynd said he did not know where he is going with the conspiracy case against former MPs.
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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.

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.

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.