The Vanuatu Broadcasting and Television Corporation (VBTC) has signed a four-year agreement with the Fest’Napuan Association to provide live coverage of the event across all its media platforms – Radio Vanuatu, Paradise FM, and Television Blong Vanuatu.


4 accidents occured in Port Vila in the last 12 hours.


This year's Smart Sisters Team which will be flying Vanuatu's flag at this year's Global Robotics Challenge gave a presentation to sponsors, parents and the media yesterday afternoon.


There is a possibility that there are over 7000 people from the island of Ambae on Santo, in Port Vila and other islands of the country.

The United Liberation Movement of West Papua has attained land on which to establish an office in Vanuatu.


Experts in the Pacific region are making urgent calls on Pacific leaders to act quickly in addressing the situation of obese children.


A hundred and fifty people with special needs from West Ambae with their care-takers arrived in Luganville, Santo yesterday.


A main reason for recent changes to the public service act is to allow the public service commission to be able to review and monitor civil servants' performances.

The public service commission is in the process of re-advertising the Director General posts.


The North Efate Conservation Management, NECM, Deed and Environment Networks and Tourism Association signed a management plan for the north efate area, earlier this week.


In region, Police in Samoa have charged a nurse after two babies died last month, minutes after they received an Measeles Mumps Rubella vaccine.


American Samoa's governor is proposing legislation to protect the elderly and disabled population in the territory from abuse and neglect.


Vanuatu's Minister of Foreign Affairs signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the country's First Ambasador designate, from Argentina.


The Supreme Court has found four former MPs guilty of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.


Vanuatu's new High Commissioner designate of Nigeria and a delegation met with the Acting Head of State,  Esmon Saimon, at the State House these week.


The Department of Lifestock is continuing to roll out its program to the outer islands of Vanuatu.


Transparency international Vanuatu with support from the Department of Finance and Treasury and the Right to Information office recently ran awareness activities for youth representatives from the 5 wards in Port Vila.


Work on relocating the people of Ambae to the neighbouring island of Maewo will end on Friday this week, 10th of August, 2018.