Vanuatu government has expressed deep concern on the recent visit a French warship made to Matthew and Hunter islands.

Another Ni-Vanuatu worker working under the Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme or RSE, in New Zealand, has lost his life.

General Duty officers at the Vila Police station have arrested a fake call suspect recently with the help of the Vila Central Hospital Emergency call officers .

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of Vanuatu today signed a grant and loan agreement to fund the introduction of new vaccines in Vanuatu through the ADB-supported System Strengthening for Effective Coverage of New Vaccines in the Pacific Project.

The Mele council of chief on Efate has warned the public to stop fishing activities in the village's conservation area.

The Ministry of Health has confirmed four dengue cases in Vanuatu.

Facebook is an internet tool which can lead to domestic violence.

The Acting Prime Minister, Ralph Regenvanu  officially opened the first edition for the festival of the Oceania Documentry films last night at the Chief's Nakamal in Port Vila.

Airports Vanuatu Limited(AVL) has confirmed that the huge work at the Bauerfield international airport project will be ending at the end of March, with the other works ending on June.

There were 515 thousand passengers that flew in and out from the Bauerfield international airport in Port Vila in the month of January 2019.

The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources is appealing to all different churches in Port Vila who knows they have owed the government with outstanding land rents to come forward and pay.

Minister of Lands says following the outstanding land rents which many ni-Vanuatu owed, the Ministry has come up with four ways to solve this isue.

The Vila Central hospital is witnessing a big number of sick patients with Non -communicable Diseases(NCD's).

Flash flooding in recent days has cut off many roads and washed out a number of villages in Papua New Guinea's East New Britain province.

The Vanuatu government says it will respond to the damage left behind by Cyclone Oma soon.

New Caledonia's National Assembly has been told that crops in the territory's north have been destroyed by Cyclone Oma.

The National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) advices that 'All Clear' is now given for the provinces of SANMA and MALAMPA, but people should continue to listen to Radio Vanuatu and all other radio outlets, to get the latest information on this system.

Vanuatu's Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, is currently in New Caledonia.