The Vanuatu parliament's special sitting was postponed to Monday next week.

The Department of Environmental Protection together with Live and Learn Vanuatu and the community of Kerepua has officially announced Mount Tabwemasana Area is now a Legally recognized Conservation Area under Part 4 of the EPC Act CAP 283 on the 6th day of June 2018.

Vanuatu media has lost one of its key figure.

A survey in Fiji has found an overwhelming majority of those polled say Fiji is ready for a female prime minister.

Challenges may arise in Papua New Guinea as some communities displaced by February's earthquake do not want to return home, the Red Cross says.

Samoa's government has ordered a freeze on all funding to the new prison project as the cost escalates slowly towards the $US7.8 million.

Vanuatu and Bulgaria to establish diplomatic links.

Vanuatu celebrated for the first time today, the Global Day for Parents.

THE Public service commission will reinstate the public servant's child and housing allowances.

Minsiter of Health, Jack Norris Kalmet presented a report on Rheumatic Heart Disease in Vanuatu, at the recent World health assembly in Switzerland.

Samoa's Head of State has called on Samoans to work together towards peace and development as the country marks Independence Day today.

Forty-eight cricket pitches will be built and installed across Papua New Guinea over the next two years, which is expected to boost overall playing numbers by up to 30,000.

Vanuatu will join other countries in the world to celebrate Global day of Parents that will organise by the Ministry of Education on the 1st of June 2018.

Local court authorities have confirmed that former Deputy Prime Minister, Joe Natuman, has filed a case in court to challenge the legality of the letter which he received asking him to vacate his seat in Parliament.

An estimated 7 million people die from diseases that are closely related to tabacco use or cigarette smoking.

The Kingdom of Norway has taken steps to improve and strengthen it relations with Vanuatu.

Faceook users in Papua New Guinea will be shut out of the social media platform for a month while the government conducts research into how it is used in the country.

Fiji has highest death rate for diabetes in the world with 188 of 100,000 fatalities being attributed to the disease, the latest life expectancy world rankings show.