Members from the north west and west coast of Santo raise concern saying, they have not received any help after Tropical Cyclone Hola hit their area causing damages.

Vanuatu imported around 80 thousand tonnes of rice, last year 2018 and its a challenge to the agriculture sector.

The council of Ministers approve a total of 120 million vatu as school fee exemption, for all school children of Ambae and Saot East Ambrym.

The Northern Provincial Hospital health week on Santo commenced yesterday and will end on this coming friday the 12 of April.

Fiji have won a record-extending fifth Hong Kong Sevens title in a row after beating France 21-7 in the Cup final.

Prime Minister, Charlot Salwi has expressed the need for government to have a development budget.

Supreme court has found a former senior civil servant, Victor Rory guilty on 40 counts of money laundering.

Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas has withdrawn the first part of the bill for the constitutional seventh  amendment act namber of 2019 this morning.

A group of people carried out peaceful pikitting in front of the parliament house this morning to remind the members of parliament on their decisions inside the chamber.

A total of 259 students of Rensarie College walked out of school last night due to some decisions made by the school administration to have them suspended and withdrawn.

A special parliament sitting will be held today to debate the bill for the constitution seventh amendement act.

The French and Vanuatu government will meet to discuss the negotiations boarder between Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

Minister of Internal Affairs, Andrew Napwatt says the first phase for the Councillors' allocation within each of the provinces and municipalities, should be released this week.

Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas says he wants to see the fish factory project in Vanuatu come into reality.

Arrangements are underway within the Immigration department to deport a chinese national working illegally in Vanuatu.

The Boarder Control check carried out by the Biosecurity department on monday this week, shows many tourists coming in with goods that are forbidden in Vanuatu.

The government has called for a special parliament sitting this coming friday, to ask the house responsible to increase the number of Ministries.

Prime Minister of Vanuatu has invited the European Union to remove Vanuatu on the list of non-cooperative tax jurisdiction.