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38th Independence celebration coming soon

July 18, 2018

The Ministry of Internal Affairs said that a budget of more than VT seven million had been allocated for the 2018 event and the theme this year will be ‘infrastructure resilience’.

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Standing fast in the face of climate change

July 18, 2018

IN 2016, Cyclone Pam tore through the island nation of Vanuatu with wind speeds of more than 280km/h. Eleven people died, 96 per cent of crops in the country were decimated, and 65,000 people lost...

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Total road closure at Manples on Saturday

July 17, 2018

Traffic will all be detoured around through the back street in either direction.

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NCDs leading causes of death in Asia-Pacific region

July 17, 2018

ADB Vice President Bambang Susantono said NCDs are placing increasing strains on health systems of the developing member countries.

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Govt acquires land on Maewo and Santo

July 17, 2018

VANUATU’S government has confirmed that it has acquired land on Maewo and Santo, which will be the second homes for the people of Ambae.

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Joint military exercise declared a success

July 12, 2018

The exercises included members of the Australian Army, Navy and Air Force and Australian Federal Police officers, Vanuatu Mobile Force, Vanuatu Police Force and Police Maritime Wing.

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Artist promotes plastic recycling

July 12, 2018

He says in Vanuatu they are now adopting a ban on plastic to protect ocean life and every Melanesian country should take pride in leading the campaign against the use of plastic.

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Adventist school project receives government funding

July 11, 2018

The Kwataparen School project, one of four junior schools in Tanna to be rebuilt, was launched this week.

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VT55m overhaul for Air Van’s Twin Otter

July 10, 2018

The airline imported brand new parts from Canada to replace sections of the aircraft’s structure and has completely updated most of the instruments on the flight deck.

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