Alleged Human Trafficking in Vannuatu by Mr. Price Company

Richard Nenua: Mr Price
By Richard M. Nanua and Royson Willie, the Vanuatu Daily Post  The Magistrate Court remanded a Bangladesh couple over what is said to be the biggest human trafficking and slavery case in Vanuatu and the region yesterday. Sekdah Somon and Buxoo Nabilah Bibi – the owners of ‘Mr Price’ in Vanuatu – were arrested and charged... more →
Posted in: Vanuatu

Solomon Islanders bring their handicrafts to Port Vila

Port Vila Lord Mayor Daniel, Honiara City Mayor Andrew Mua and Luganville Mayor Onen Gaviga during the Solomon Islands Independence celebrations in Honiara.
The Vanuatu Daily Post – Each time someone from Vanuatu travels to the Solomon Islands, he or she is usually inundated with requests to buy a Choiseul bilum (string) bag or a necklace from Malaita in the Market. This is all set to change, now that the Port Vila Municipal Council and the Honiara City Council have agreed through... more →
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Chinese Shop still using plastic bags

A mother who walked out of a Chinese shop carrying rice, flour and charcoal in plastic bags
Vanuatu Daily Post – A mother who walked out of a Chinese shop carrying rice, flour and charcoal in plastic bags, has questioned why the Government has banned plastic bags in all shops yet allows the Chinese shops to continue selling rice, flour and charcoal in plastic bags to shoppers. A mother who walked out of a Chinese... more →
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AFIC Committee Dissolved, Interim Manager Appointed

Barnabas Tabi, Founder and Director of AFIC is ordered not to interfere with any dealings of AFIC.
Barnabas Tabi, Founder and Director of AFIC is ordered not to interfere with any dealings of AFIC. Director of the Apma Financial Investment Centre (AFIC) Barnabas Tabi was served with an order yesterday afternoon to hand in all files, keys, and assets of AFIC to the Registrar of Cooperatives and refrain from all dealings with AFIC... more →
Posted in: Vanuatu