Peace Corps Vanuatu is currently carrying out its annual awareness, this month, on sexual assault and yesterday in the afternoon a team visited VBTC to make presentations to the staff.

The Vanuatu Qualifications Unit(VQU) with the help of the Vanuatu Qualification Authority(VQA) Quality Assurance Advisor, Dr Elly has facilitated a series of workshops to help developed Bachelor's Degree courses for the Vanuatu College of Nursing(VCNE) and the Vanuatu Institute of Teachers Education(VITE).

A Pacific Regional management workshop for selected customs and Inland Revenue staff is currently underway at the Ramada Resort in Port Vila.

Melematt village,Efate will be witnessing the opening of three new water tanks on Friday 27th April.

Vanuatu Cricket had started off its development program in Malekula a year ago and have reported that many school children have shown their interest in cricket.

The government of China has donated 10 million vatu to help the people of Ambae.

Vanuatu's Head of State, Temarnevere President Obed Moses Talis, recieved the Ambasador of Russia and Ambasador of Greece this morning at the State House in Port Vila.

A consultation on Post School Education and Training Legal framework, was held in Port Vila's convention centre this morning.

Primary Schools around the country will begin receiving audio books, to help meet students' learning needs.

Vanuatu cricket launched its island cricket program at Eratap village last week.

Police have confirmed the arrest of Robert Moses, from Tanna over the death of a young girl at Etas in Efate, last week.

The Presbytarian Church of Vanuatu through the Korvan Health School has won the tender to organise and run pre-service trainings for village health workers, this year.

The Vanuatu Tourism Office's, General Manager, Adela Issacher Aru has been re-appointed as the Deputy Chairperson of the South Pacific Tourism Organisation's Board of Directors.

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.