Roads in Torba province will soon be upgraded.


Torba province has not received any relief supplies after damages caused by tropical cyclone Oma last month.


Vanuatu joined other countries today to celebrate the World Consumer rights day with the theme 'Trusted Smart products.'


A Platform was launched this morning at Reserve Bank for the financial innovation challenge to help address the issues dealing with loans.


Vanuatu has signed a cooperation agreement with the independent republic of Georgia.


The Opposition leader has given his full support to assist women to become members of Parliament.


The Office of the Maritime Regulator has confirmed it has gathered all information required regarding a local inter island vessel, the Vanuatu Cargo, which made a trip to Ambrym island,  despite a warning given by the maritime authority for ships to refrain from sailing, due to cyclone Oma.


Director General of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Livestock and Biosecurity says its time for all government departments in all ministries to work together.


One of the leading growing bank in Vanuatu, Bank of the South Pacific(BSP) continues to expand its services to the people's door step.


The European Union has placed three countries in the pacific including  Vanuatu, on its tax haven blacklist.


A Supreme court hearing is held this week, for a former senior government official in the Prime Minister's office, Victor Rory.


Vanuatu will join other countries in the world to celebrate the World Consumer day on friday the 15 of March 2019.


The Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation(VBTC) signed a contract this morning with the Ministry of Health to promote health informations to the people of Vanuatu.


Three of New Caledonia's four members of the French legislature have come out strongly against Vanuatu's claim to two uninhabited islands also claimed by France.


Police in Port Vila have confirmed the death of a man in a road accident this morning at Rentabau area on Efate.


Fifteen successful applicants from Vanuatu had the privilege today to be part in a dialogue, with fifteen Australia counterparts.


The Malvatumauri council of chiefs has requested, through the head of state, for chiefly disputes not to enter the formal court, but for government to establish a law to allow for chiefly disputes, to be solved under a customary and cultural system.


Minister of Internal Affairs, Andrew Napuat has called on the newly appointed Secretary Generals to ensure each civil servant within their provincial administrations must plan, to target areas of priority as identified by each area councils' strategic plans.