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The Penama Provincial Health in Vanautu has been deploying people on Pentecost to help locals combat the threat from mosquitoes.
Pacific businesses that attended an international import expo in Shanghai say meeting the supply demand is the main challenge for countries in the region trying to tap into the Chinese market.
Vanuatu's Cyclone Lola response faces transport roadblocks with the country's patrol boat out of action after it was damaged from twin cyclones Kevin and Judy in March. Audio
Support appears to have shifted from the government to the opposition side in Vanuatu's parliament.
Explainer - There is no end in sight to the latest round of political instability in Vanuatu with lobbying expected to intensify over the weekend ahead of a leadership challenge in parliament.
Vanuatu's Prime Minister says a boundary issue with France could be resolved before the end of the year.
The French President has told Vanuatu leaders he will provide financial assistance to the country and look into the dispute over two small islands between Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Audio
Vanuatu chiefs have called on its government to ask the French President to acknowledge that the Matthew and Hunter islands belong to them and not to New Caledonia.
A family from the Torres Strait Islands says attending the Melanesian Arts and Culture Festival is a way to 'keep the cultural fire burning'.
Vanuatu Prime Minister, Ishmael Kalsakau, says Pacific security is about the security of the Pacific peoples and their way of life as identified by Forum Leaders in the Boe Declaration.
The leader of the opposition in Vanuatu, Bob Loughman, has withdrawn his motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Ishmael Kalsakau.
Vanuatu is experiencing the wrath of Tropical Cyclone Judy with its destructive hurricane force winds damaging homes, uprooting trees and causing power cuts.
Vanuatu's prime minister has stressed any future employment within the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Secretariat must be from MSG member countries.
Vanuatu Police have requested the assistance of the Australian Federal Police to find out if the burning down of a traditional meeting house or nakamal, was arson.