P&O Cruises has announced a partnership with Live & Learn to deliver Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in schools improving both health and education in Vanuatu.


Vanuatu will commemorate the International Right to Information day tomorrow 28th September.


Cyclone Liua is the first cyclone to form in the south-west Pacific in the month of September for nearly 70 years.


Pacific fisheries officials meeting this week in the Marshall Islands want help complying with management requirements.


As of these wik, Tuesday 25th September, 2018, Vanuatu has officially joined the Global Alliance on Torture-Free trade.


The United Kingdom has continued to help Vanuatu in Nation Building, especially in terms of education.


Unofficial results of the Tanna constituency bi-elections, yesterday show the Vanuatu Leaders' Party candidate Jimmy Nipo Nanuman, in the leading the polls.


The US Under Secretary is on a walk-a-bout in Vanuatu with a message for Vanuatu and the Pacific.


50 chiefs in Port Vila particpated in the International peace day, last friday.


Over 30 thousand registered voters in the Tanna constituency will go to the polls today.


Betarara village on the island of Maewo, now has a new digicel telecommunications tower.


The Vanuatu government's delegation has arrived in New York, USA.


160 vessels inspected by NZ and Fiji in joint maritime patrols.


Pre-colonial Pacific culture 'inspiration for feminism today'.


French Polynesia unions vow to continue strike.


The Volcanic Alert Level remains at Level 1. The volcanic unrest continues at Vanua Lava.


On 19 September 2018, the Minister of Education and Training, Jean Pierre Nirua, Parliamentary Secretaries, Johnny Koanapo Rasu and Tomker Netvunei, and Australia’s Chargée d’affaires, Susan Ryle officially launched ten classrooms, two offices and one library in four primary schools on Erromango including in Dillons Bay Port Melo, Ivu Alam and Port Narvin.


The Prime Minister of Vanuatu, Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas wants the consulation of political parties reform to be discuss before the last session of parliament this year on November.