Pre-departure test removal will help tourism recovery: VTO 9/13/2022

The removal of pre-departure COVID-19 testing before entry to Vanuatu will greatly help the recovery of the tourism industry supporting both aviation and […]


The Tourism Industry still getting back on its feet 8/2/2022

By Josepheen Tarianga. In March of 2020, Vanuatu closed its borders to visitors as the pandemic raged outside of the Archipelago. Vanuatu […]

Wanfuteng Bank

Wanfuteng Bank is proud to celebrate its 4th Anniversary after opening its doors to the public in July 2018. 7/5/2022

“In 2018 Wanfuteng Bank began operations with a simple goal in mind: become Vanuatu’s most loved bank by offering a fair deal […]

International border closure ends this week

International border closure ends this week 6/28/2022

By Anita Roberts. After closing its international borders to everyone except citizens and residents two years ago following the COVID-19 pandemic, Vanuatu is […]

National Airline or National Burden?? 10/4/2022

Do we need a National Airline?

I was recently sitting in the departure lounge at the international terminal waiting to board the plane for Brisbane. At check-in, I was told that the plane was full, and looking around, I saw a mixture of passengers. There were tourists, local residents, and a lot of seasonal workers. Full planes mean good loadings and this is good for Air Vanuatu. However, Vanuatu’s embattled airline has had its fair share of problems and the problems go deeper and further back into its thirtyplus years of existence. In its 2020 financial statements, the numbers are quite concerning. As of 31st December 2020, Air Vanuatu has accumulated losses of VT7.785b with a negative equity position of VT3.12b. Its solvency has only been possible with the support of the Vanuatu Government and, therefore, the taxpayers of Vanuatu.

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Hello Vanuatu

Hello Vanuatu 5/30/2022

Hello Vanuatu is a 21st century Technology Company. It offers high end solutions for remoteplaces, inspired by local knowledge and industry leading […]


Digicel executives flee PNG to avoid jail 4/30/2022

Digicel executives have fled Papua New Guinea to avoid potential jail time for failing to pay a one-off $130 million tax imposed […]

Employers’ obligations in case of lockdown

Employers’ obligations in case of lockdown 4/2/2022

In 2021, the Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce obtained legal advice on COVID-19 employers rights and obligations relating to vaccination and a lockdown. […]

The Maua app 10/4/2022

The Maua app is new to the e-commerce scene in Vanuatu. The app was launched in Vanuatu at V-LABon the 13th of […]



The “Social impact Incubator” was a six-month program that was launched by V-LAB in partnership with the UN Development Program (UNDP) office […]


Lepsu Organic is a local business based in East Santo, it specializes in body care products made with the most pristine natural […]

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