Displaying items 1 - 20 of 2816 in total
Clinging to the top of a swaying coconut tree, Vanuatu journalist Edgar Howard carefully plucks out his phone from his pocket. Video
The latest Melanesian news. Audio
More than 100 Bangladeshis who were trafficked to Vanuatu will start returning home this month.
Vanuatu journalist Edgar Howard goes to extraordinary lengths to file his stories from remote Torba province. Mr Howard must be one of the world's most remote TV and radio correspondents, reporting on… Audio
The latest news in French language (La Langue Française). Audio
The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
The chair of Vanuatu's Public Service Commission says he's shocked by the amount of money being spent by public officials on overseas trips.
The International Monetary Fund is predicting bigger financial deficits in Vanuatu as it takes on more concessional loans for infrastructure projects.
Vanuatu's opposition leader has withdrawn his attempted motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Charlot Salwai.
Vanuatu's parliament will today debate a motion of no confidence in the government that appears likely to fail.
A controversial drug company in Vanuatu has signed an agreement with the government for a 25-year diabetes management programme.
Municipal Wardens in Port Vila are inspecting health and safety standards in more than 100 kava bars around the Vanuatu capital.
The latest news in Solomon Island Pidgin (Tok Pisin). Audio
A Vanuatu MP has hit out at foreign affairs officials for turning away a visiting French Navy vessel, saying the incident deprives some outer islands of much needed development.
The party of Ukraine's former prime minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk says it is absurd fake news that his wife obtained Vanuatu citizenship.
A parlimentary committee says companies in Vanuatu are wary about training their staff because they fear they might later resign to participate in labour mobility programmes in Australia and New…
Vanuatu's largest political party has begun preparing for the 2020 elections endorsing 22 candidates at its recent congress on Ambrym.