Ulei Junior Secondary School in North Efate carried out a clean-up campaign of the school and surrounding areas,yesterday.


Vanuatu's Minister of Finance and Economic management says that the government will spend over 700 million vatu in addressing the disaster situation on Ambae island.


The United Kingdom has nominated Vanuatu and Fiji to lead the region's 'blue charters' operations.


A delegation from the International Civil Aviation Organisation, which is a UN Agency, is meeting with Vanuatu's Prime Minister on Thursday this week.


Vanuatu's Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas, says that these are important days, when the global community is focused on International peace and security.


FIVE communities in North Ambae had to flee to safety at 2 am this morning, after hearing what sounded like the noise of landslides.


Police in Port Vila are investigating the death of a 6 year old girl, at Etas area on Efate.


The people of Eratap Village, on Efate were so fortunate to see the infrastracture road development in Eratap this week.


A new security company is operating in Port Vila and is focusing to recruit securities that will go through a high intensive police and military training by the end of this month.


16 youths from Torba province have the opportunity to join the Vanuatu Police force.


Vanuatu Family Health has launched a new clinic on North Tanna.


The Para athlete of Vanuatu, Friana Kwevira has shed tears of joy after her competition with Nigeria at the Commonweath games in Australia.


The Department of Strategic, Policy Planning and Aid Coordination(DSPPAC) under the Office of the Prime Minister has praised the Office of the Head of State for having a National People's Plan.


Vanuatu beach volleyball player, Miller Pater confirmed it was the first time for Vanuatu to win a medal in beach volleyball during a commonwealth game.


Hundreds of people in Hawaii have had to be airlifted after floods devastated Kaua'i County on the island of Kauai.


The Ministry of Education and Training(MOET) has asked all school principals in Ambae to make sure all students get their normal classes back in the schools that they accomodated to due to ashfall.


The Penama health authorities say there have been no deaths directly related to the ashfall on Ambae.


The National government of Vanuatu wants to solve the situation of Ambae through a short and long term plan.