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Vanuatu Aviation Investment Project update for Bauerfield

Richard Butler | Vanuatu Daily Post, Jane Joshua | 26th Aug, 2018The Government and its partners in the Vanuatu Aviation Investment Project (VAIP) are committed to providing regular updates about construction works at the country’s three main airports.At Bauerfield,...

Vanuatu revenue soars from passport sales

Post by Richard Butler | RNZ | Aug 21st, 2018 Passport sales in Vanuatu have exceeded expectations, bringing in $US16 million in the first quarter of this year, or more than three times what was budgeted Since 2015, the country has offered honorary citizenship to...

340-day contract commencement date effective

Post by Richard Butler | Vanuatu Daily Post | Anita Roberts | Oct 25, 2017 The end of the contracts for Port Vila's Bauerfield Aiport, Pekoa (Santo)and Whitegrass (Tanna) is set for September 2018. The 340-day contract commencement date started yesterday (Tuesday,...

Vanuatu Real Estate & Vanuatu Residency

Vanuatu Real Estate & Vanuatu Residency This article about buying Vanuatu real estate was written by Richard Butler, current special economic commerce envoy and former trade commissioner from 2012 to 2015 and reappointed in April 2017 for a further 2-year term. Mr...

Vanuatu & China Celebrate 35 years of friendship

Post by Richard Butler | 19 March 2017 | 35 years of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Vanuatu and China, were celebrated at the new national convention centre with the Prime Minister and the Chinese Vanuatu Embassy Ambassador Liu Quan. The Ambassador in...

Be part of Malekula’s adventure

Post by Richard Butler | 12 March 2017 | MALEKULA island is the second biggest island in Vanuatu and it is famous for its unusual festivals. Malampa Travel, local tour specialists, says if you’re keen on an outer-island cultural extravaganza then Malekula, with its...

Vanuatu’s Torba province to ban Western junk food

Post by Richard Butler extracted from news.com.au| 7th February 2017 | THE next time you holiday in Vanuatu, don’t expect to see any M&Ms or Mars Bars in every hotel minibar. The Pacific nation’s northern Torba province is set to ban foreign junk food from...

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