March 20th is the international day for Francophonie.

It has been celebrated all around Vanuatu through many activities organized by schools.

A government team has made a chartered flight to Ambae island today to look at the Manaro situation where ashes and acid rain are currently affecting the island.

A two-day visit to Malekula which the Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas, was supposed to make to assess Cyclone Hola damages, has been postponed.

The Police Crime Prevention Unit in Port Vila are organising an awareness about dangerous drugs such as marijuana and cannabis.

THE Cyclone Pam Road Reconstruction Project (CPRCRP) is expected to start by April in Efate.

David Spring, Team leader for the CARDNO emerging markets said the actual work is expected to start in after Easter.

Vanua Lava volcano activity, Vanua Lava Island 13°80’S, 167°47’E, Summit (921 m) Vanua Lava volcano continue to show signs of unrest.

Its Alert Level remains at Level 1. Volcano activity at Vanua Lava is stable at the level of unrest state. Danger is restricted to visitors approaching the volcanic cone and the area around the Sulfur River; Risk is around the volcanic cone and the Sulfur River.

VBTC's national public service radio network is revamping its weekday lineup to provide listeners throughout the day with more opportunities to join the public debate on issues that shape their lives.