Tonga's military has launched an investigation into the alleged beating of a man by local soldiers earlier this month.

The government of Vanuatu is looking at building the airport on Santo as a back up airport which will link Vanuatu to the world.

The Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison has announced that the Australian government can facilitate visas for the government officials and ni-Vanuatu who are involved in the Seasonal workers program in Australia.

The supreme Court has decided to hear the case between the Opposition and the Speaker of Parliament with the government this week.

In sports, today is the second day of the Vanuatu Oceania Junior Tennis Tournament which is currently taking place at the Korman area in Port Vila.

Vanuatu's Parliament's extra -ordinary session was adjourned to this coming Friday November 30th at 8;30 during this morning's sitting.

The Newly elected Member of Parliament for the Tanna constituency, Jimmy Nipo says that he will make sure to serve the people of Vanuatu at all times as a Nationalist Leader.

There is possibility that the Speaker of Parliament could make a decision over the Motion of No confidence notice against himself and the government this afternoon.

The State of Emergency which the government declared over the island of Ambae has ended from today the 26th of November.

In region, Ten people have been killed in tribal violence in Papua New Guinea's Enga province.

Vanuatu Parliament's second extra-ordinary sitting was postponed from last friday to today, Monday 26th of November.

Efate East-side Swimming competition was held on Wednesday last week at Eton Village.

Government caucus meets this afternoon at the Prime Minster's office, following the current political situation.

Vanuatu and Kiribati have joined the world policing body INTERPOL.

New Zealand's Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias has rejected a bid to have a high-profile court case heard in Tokelau.

The governor of Papua New Guinea's capital district says it's business as usual today in Port Moresby after unrest gripped the city yesterday.

A 41-year-old Samoan man has been jailed for three years after pleading guilty to cultivating marijuana plants for sale.

Indonesia's President is encouraging Indonesian companies to develop palm oil in Solomon Islands.