Vanuatu misses out on Festival of Pacific Arts in Guam; World War II museum gets go ahead in LuganvillePosted: May 23, 2016
Politicians are blamed for the loss of the budget for Vanuatu to attend the 12th Pacific Arts Festival taking place in Guam. Cultural Centre (VKS) Director Lazaire Asal tells Jonas Cullwick in today’s Daily Post that the budget Read the rest of this entry »
Agius, 62, was a high-profile target of the multi-agency task force Project Wickenby, and was charged over conspiring to defraud the Commonwealth between 1997 and 2006. Some A$5 million (Vt 476 million) in Australian tax liabilities had been evaded.
Agius’s co-accused, accountant Kevin Zerafa, 37, was described by Justice Carolyn Simpson as “falling into a different category.” He was ordered to serve a 500-hour community service order. He was led by the “unscrupulous, amoral and overpowering employer,” Owen Daniel, in a “one-man war against the tax office,” said the judge.
Daily Post has Auditor General John Path in interview concerning the VNPF audit. Path promises the audit will be carried out by Read the rest of this entry »