The Vanuatu Police Force detained many vehicles, that had been operating illegally in Port Vila, this morning.


The Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu's Education Authority (PCVEA) is organising a week conference with the teachers and principals of Presbyterian schools at Onesua Presbyterian College.


The school principals who are under the Presbyterian church of Vanuatu(PCV) is attending a management training at Onesua Presbyterian college this week.


The people of Melemaat village on Efate have expressed their sincere appreciations to the the New Zealand High Commission in recognising their needs in Water access.


Volcanologist, Brad Scott, has said that the sinkhole that has appeared in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty is the largest ever seen in New Zealand.


Vanuatu joins other countries in the word to celebrate world Tuna Day seafront park today with the theme " Talk about Tuna today, hook tuna tomorrow and eat Tuna in the future.


The Appeal Court has ordered the Vanuatu government to pay the former Director Generals(DG's) from some government Ministries.


A group of doctor's eye team is currently carrying out services to the people with eye problems in Vanuatu.


The Luganville Municipal council has re-elected Mr Onen Gaviga as the Lord Mayor and Renata Netaf as Deputy Mayor.


Vanuatu needs more para athletes to prepare for the 2019 Pacific games and 2020 Tokyo Olympic.


Two New Zealand Defence Force Hercules (Her-Ki-lis) aircraft arrive yesterday at the Bauerfield airport.


The Public Prosecution Office has launched its code of ethics and a new Law Library last week on friday.


Vanuatu Hockey team in PNG competing in the youth Qualifier has won its first silver medal.


39 teachers around Vanuatu are attending a two weeks workshop at the Owen Hall, Port Vila.


The people of Melemaat Village, Efate were very fortunate to witness the opening of a new water project last friday.


The Appeal court has acquitted Tanna people for burning down a bungalow at the Tanna Lodge in 2015.


Vanuatu's Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas, has called on the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu to draw up legislation to protect innocent ni-Vanuatu from con-artists who embezzle money from them.


The Director of Education Services, Roy Obed, has said that similar one-day consultation meetings, like the one held yesterday at the convention centre, will also be held in other parts of the country.