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Vanuatu tourism launching major marketing push

Vanuatu tourism launching major marketing push

Post by Richard Butler, Co-Editor | 18 April 2016                       Vanuatu Tourism Office will be launching a major marketing push in New Zealand and Australia to coincide with today's completion of emergency repairs to the country's international airport....

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VTO Ramps Up Promotion of Vanuatu Tourism

VTO Ramps Up Promotion of Vanuatu Tourism

By staff writer Adrian Hunter The Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO) has released a new video that is designed to attract the interest of potential tourist visitors to Vanuatu. It will be used to reawaken the Australian and New Zealand market to the wonders of this...

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Runway Repairs Almost Complete

Runway Repairs Almost Complete

Travel Weekly, Destinations | April 08 2016 VANUATU’S BAUERFIELD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT’S REPAIRS ARE 95% COMPLETE, WITH THE FINAL WORKS FOR PHASE ONE SCHEDULED TO BE FINISHED IN THE COMING WEEKS After slight delays with the shipping of materials from Fiji, the...

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What to Do in Vanuatu: A Day Trip Primer.

What to Do in Vanuatu: A Day Trip Primer.

Source: Thyblackman Vanuatu is one of the most popular island destinations for Australians in search of a relaxing holiday. If you’ve already planned your visit, or you’re thinking of heading here at some point, you may be wondering what to see and do during your...

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Japan gives millions for Vanuatu port development

Japan gives millions for Vanuatu port development

  Source: Radio New Zealand‎   Japan has committed  $36 million dollars for a multi purpose wharf being built in the Vanuatu capital, Port Vila. This latest funding comes on top of $US54 million already granted for the project. The Japanese Ambassador, Takuji...

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New Vanuatu Feature Film – “Tanna”

New Vanuatu Feature Film – “Tanna”

Source:Sydney Morning Herald Tribal film ... Dain and Wawa in Tanna which depicts a controversial relationship For seven months last year, Australian filmmaker Bentley Dean and his family lived with one of the South Pacific's last traditional tribes. With regular...

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Linking Agriculture to Tourism

Linking Agriculture to Tourism

Posted: Thursday, July 2, 2015 12:00 am By Thompson Marango, Nadi, Fiji Agriculture and Tourism are two of Vanuatu’s biggest sectors but the whole new concept of Agritourism is almost non-existent. While regional and international partner organisations are pushing...

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Trade and investment vital for Vanuatu recovery – Lini

Trade and investment vital for Vanuatu recovery – Lini

Radio New Zealand International Vanuatu's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Ham Lini, says trade and investment is vital for the country in the wake of Cyclone Pam. He has welcomed delegates for the PACER Plus trade negotiations in Port Vila, saying that in...

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Diane Kennedy Interview Exclusive!

Diane Kennedy Interview Exclusive!

Out of the Box Thinking!  Escape Plan interview... Recently, famous author and accountant Diane Kennedy was interviewed on Lifestyles and Real Estate of the South Pacific heard on the Overseas Radio Network, by co-hosts Richard Butler and Brian Thomas. Our own Randy...

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Offshore Bank President Promises Tallest Building

Offshore Bank President Promises Tallest Building

Vanuatu Daily Post A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between UDBP, China Huashi Enterprise Limited and China South West Architectural Design Limited for the companies to be responsible for the construction project. Commencement of the building is expected to...

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President Xi Jinping visits Oceania

President Xi Jinping visits Oceania

Fiji, November, 2014 - Extracts from speech by President Xi Jinping I hope my visit will help strengthen political mutual trust, enhance cooperation in areas such as economy, trade, agriculture, forestry, fishery and tourism, example people-to-people and cultural...

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Migration, an interesting view!

Migration, an interesting view!

Migration statistics: Who's moving where? By GE Look ahead Posted May 14, 2014 EMERGING MARKETS / ASIA, AUSTRALIA, EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA & TURKEY, NORTH AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA Global migration statistics, which keep tabs on who’s moving where, reveal...

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Vanuatu receives Amax licence, lures Macau VIPs

Vanuatu receives Amax licence, lures Macau VIPs

Hong Kong-listed gaming investor Amax International Holdings Ltd says it has completed the purchase of a 60 percent stake in Forenzia Enterprises Ltd, a firm that has access to an online gaming licence for the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu. The deal was closed for...

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