In sport,

Vanuatu's Ministry of Health has confirmed a dengue case in Port Vila, since last Friday.

Malampa province Counsellor, Sumkon Tasso, from Ambrym island has questioned the National government as to when they intend to help relocate people in the Southeast area of the island who are being affected by the island's volcano.

The Reserve Bank governor, Simeon Malachi Athy, has been re-appointed to the position.

Work is progressing well on Port Vila's Bauerfield airport runway.

The chairperson to Vanuatu's Public Service Commission, PSC, Martin Mahe, called on the new Director Generals to government ministries, to monitor the implimentation of the National Sustainable Development Plan, NSDP, within the country.

On a sombre note,

This year 2019 marks 100 years that Alexander Roache's decendants continue to search for relatives of their Great Grandfather in Vanuatu.

In Sport,

Vanuatu's government has decided that it will upgrade or repair feeder roads around the country, this year.

The Vanuatu Red Cross society's emergency response wing has given support to the people of South east Ambrym, who were recently affected by the increased volcanic and seismic activity on the island.

Vanuatu's Minister responsible for Internal Affairs, Andrew Napuat, has spoken highly of national security during the recent Christmas and New Year's period.

The Vanuatu Exams Office in Port Vila did not read out Year 10 national exam selections result on Radio Vanuatu last night due to technical reasons.

The tropical depression that has been over passing through Fiji this week is now cyclone Mona.

In sport,

Fiji's women's Rugby 7's team is expecting to see changes in their side and the team's performance, with the introduction of the new head coach.

The Public Land Transport Authority is calling on all transport drivers to continue working closely with the Department of Tourism this year.

Year 10 National Selections for further studies in Vanuatu senior secondary schools will be announced on Radio Vanuatu tonight.