Vanuatu Daily News Digest | 27 May 2015

The best news today is in a photo on page 1 of Daily Post. Vitamin C is readily available again in the shape of huge mandarins on display at the Central Market. Not from Aniwa as you might have guessed, but Ambae, Santo and Malo.

VBTC is at pains today to indicate the town hall has given no rights to people to collect useful material from the earth-fill site at Etas and Bouffa, on the Teouma River. Earlier in the week there was a newspaper report which indicated people could remove items which were unlikely to be considered health hazards.

USP School of Education has given a closing date for senior secondary teachers to apply for their further education courses: 15 June, 2015. The government has funded the tuition for anglophone and francophone undergraduates. They will need the advance support of their head teachers.

The VPIEF, the Vanuatu Peoples Investment and Equity Fund, new commercial investment centre, will open near the Erakor roundabout tomorrow, Thursday. There are four days of celebration, Radio Vanuatu News advises, which will start with a parade from Saralana Park to the Korman site.