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Cyclone-affected households in Vanuatu will now receive dry rations from the government, six weeks after Tropical Cyclone Lola hit.
The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
Talks are underway in Vanuatu to try and establish a government of national unity.
The Penama Provincial Health in Vanautu has been deploying people on Pentecost to help locals combat the threat from mosquitoes.
Tons of kava from the Vanuatu island of Pentecost, damaged during Tropical Cyclone Lola, continue to arrive in Port Vila almost daily.
The Vanuatu Citizenship Commission awarded citizenship to 206 foreigners on Monday.
Vanuatu yet to contain political instability. Audio
Politically the mood eased slightly today in Vanuatu after the President Nikenike Vurobaravu had ordered MPs to sort themselves out or he would dissolve the parliament.
Vanuatu's President Nikenike Vurobaravu issues an ultimatum to MPs, telling them they have until 2pm local time today to resolve the political instability that is rocking the country.
Vanuatu's Parliament is expected to sit in an extraordinary session today to debate various motions of no confidence.
George and Diana Turney went from tragedy to starting Mangaweka Asparagus three decades ago. After the community came to their aid, they have enjoyed giving back and helping others gain a living from… Audio
Vanuatu's opposition bloc has apologised to the people of Vanuatu for inflicting hardship on them by causing at least three changes in government. Audio
The latest news in Solomon Islands Pidgin (Tok Pisin). Audio
A dissolution of parliament has been avoided in Vanuatu after a meeting between the President Nikenike Vurobaravu and political leaders on Monday morning.