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The latest news in Solomon Island Pidgin (Tok Pisin). Audio
ABC Wantok Program for 21 October 2019. Audio
The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
Vanuatu's Director of Fisheries has confirmed the removal of two ni-Vanuatu fisheries observers from a flight from Auckland for drunken and abusive behaviour.
Vanuatu and the Cook Islands want the United Nations to make it easier for vulnerable low-lying states to access climate financing.
Only 62 percent of school children in American Samoa have completed the two doses of the Mumps, Measles and Rubella vaccination, prompting health officials to take action.
A Vanuatu board has ordered the reinstatement of 31 students expelled from one of the country's most prestigious schools so they can sit their exams.
The director general of Vanuatu's Ministry of Health has been suspended pending an investigation into a traffic accident.
A virus to control the invasive coconut rhinoceros beetle has been released in Vanuatu.
Vanuatu is looking to the International Court of Justice in its quest to hold polluters to account, a leading climate scientist says. Audio
The latest Melanesian news. Audio
Vanuatu cricketers are still on high after completing a successful bilateral T20 campaign against Malaysia early this month. Audio
A building sector group in Vanuatu wants an explanation for why a foreign company is being brought in to build a new government office block.
More than 40 nurses from Solomon Islands have arrived in Vanuatu to fill the growing gap in nursing services in hospitals and clinics throughout the country.
Vanuatu's president has spoken out against what he calls "the sale of passports", saying it undermines the unity and freedom envisioned by the country's founders.