Starting next week, Justice Sey will preside over arguably the biggest corruption case ever in Vanuatu, involving 16 parliamentarians from the government side. Kiery Manassah considers the possible ways in which the scenario could unfold.
Flags in Vanuatu are today flying at half-mast in tribute to the sudden passing of the Honourable Edward Nipake Natapei, the current Opposition Leader, writes Ben Bohane.
PiPP continues it’s support for both Vanuatu's schools debate competition and the regional Melanesian Cup. Debating encourages young minds to develop critical thinking, public speaking, research skills, and the confidence to creatively structure persuasive arguments.
This feature by New Zealand journalist David Robie commemorates the thirtieth anniversary of the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior. Robie, who was on board the ship for more than 10 weeks of its last voyage, reflects about the Rainbow Warrior’s lasting legacy in the Pacific.
Vanuatu has seen a lot of high—and low—drama last week. That’s more than a lot of people wanted, writes Dan McGarry.
'A few days after cyclone Pam destroyed his home, a twelve-year-old boy taught me a paradoxical lesson about happiness,' writes Dan McGarry