Port Vila

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a temporary ban on the sale, purchase or consumption of crab in that province. This ban first took effect in the first semestre of 2004 and is intended to be lifted sometime in early 2008. In the meantime, exports of crab from the Banks and Torres Islands (i.e. TorBa Province) to Port Vila is regulated through a relatively inefficient scheme of "open" and "closed" seasons and intra-regional quotas. '''Pentecost Island''' is one of the 83 islands that make up the Oceania South


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Adventures'' (2006). A live album of performances from 1986 to 2005 was released as ''Live (At the Butchers' Picnic)'' in 2007. Incidents and accidents *'''8 May, 1999''' - A Vanair de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter with twelve people on board crashed into the sea near Port Vila during heavy rain. Seven people were killed.


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. The British High Commission closed in 2005 after maintaining a presence for almost a century. However The British Friends of Vanuatu http: www.british-friends-of-vanuatu.com index.html continues the British connection, providing information on developments in Vanuatu through its quarterly newsletter Nabanga and funding a programme of educational and training assistance within Vanuatu. The British Friends of Vanuatu welcomes new members. In May 2009, Vanuatu appointed its first ever ambassador to China, former Minister of Finance Willie Jimmy. "Minister confirms appointment", ''Vanuatu Daily Post'', 22 May 2009 Jimmy "call ed ... for China to have a foot firmly planted in the Pacific through Port Vila", which -the ''Vanuatu Daily Post'' remarked- "no doubt caused ruffled feathers among other foreign diplomatic partners". "Chinese Club donate Vt1.4m supplies to landslide victims", ''Vanuatu Daily Post'', 23 June 2009 Vanuatu has three official languages, English (English language), French (French language), and Bislama, a creole language evolved from English. Bislama is the first language of many urban ni-Vanuatu, that is, the residents of Port Vila and Luganville. It is the most common second language elsewhere in the Vanuatu islands. It is similar to Tok Pisin of Papua New Guinea, and other nearby creoles. *'''Vanuatu''' **Port Vila - Bauerfield International Airport * Expansion needed (updated by bot) ** 34 - Aishiya, Batikent, Blenheim, New Zealand, Bogra District, Brzeziny (Gmina of Lubartów), Casablanca, Chlewiska, Dakhiliyah, Drzewianowo, Enmore, Guyana, Guarenas, Guatire, Kaikoura, Kasindol, Khulna, La Rogivue, List of China provinces by compass, List of cities and towns in Hong Kong, Lisów, Lusignan, Guyana, Maracaibo, Maymand, Nobres, Panauti, Patras, Porlamar, Port Vila, Riffa, Szczekarków, Tórshavn, Wola Mieczysławska, Yerevan, Łucka, Łucka Kolonia * Expert attention needed (updated by bot)


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name Appeal but it also ruled against him; he was defeated in the no-confidence vote and replaced by Ham Lini. In December 2008, he and fellow Member of Parliament Ralph Regenvanu were arrested, detained by the police for 24

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to agriculture date 10 February 2010 work Radio New Zealand International accessdate 25 October 2011 He joined the Cabinet as the leader of an informal "Alliance" of MPs from a variety of small parties, and three independent MPs. "Crack in Alliance", ''Vanuatu Daily Post'', 4 September 2010 He was educated at Scotch


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Vanair incidents accessdate 21 December 2008 publisher Aviation Safety Network Ecology Like the rest of the country, the islands are in the Vanuatu rain forests ecoregion. The coconut crab (''Birgus latro'') is one of its most famous species. However, since the opening of the airstrip at Linua these animals became the single most important cash crop in the Torres group. To date, the sale of Birgus has been directly governed by the fluctuating demand


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, on the website of the Parliament of Vanuatu (January 2010) In his latter capacity, he argued that unemployment in Vanuatu should be addressed by encouraging young people to return to agricultural work in their native rural areas, and produce their own food, rather than move to Port Vila where they would often struggle to find a job. Vanuatu has three official languages, English (English language), French (French language), and Bislama, a creole language evolved from English. Bislama is the first language of many urban ni-Vanuatu, that is, the residents of Port Vila and Luganville. It is the most common second language elsewhere in the Vanuatu islands. It is similar to Tok Pisin of Papua New Guinea, and other nearby creoles. *'''Vanuatu''' **Port Vila - Bauerfield International Airport * Expansion needed (updated by bot) ** 34 - Aishiya, Batikent, Blenheim, New Zealand, Bogra District, Brzeziny (Gmina of Lubartów), Casablanca, Chlewiska, Dakhiliyah, Drzewianowo, Enmore, Guyana, Guarenas, Guatire, Kaikoura, Kasindol, Khulna, La Rogivue, List of China provinces by compass, List of cities and towns in Hong Kong, Lisów, Lusignan, Guyana, Maracaibo, Maymand, Nobres, Panauti, Patras, Porlamar, Port Vila, Riffa, Szczekarków, Tórshavn, Wola Mieczysławska, Yerevan, Łucka, Łucka Kolonia * Expert attention needed (updated by bot)


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and Joe Ruggiero. He died in Suva on 18 April 2004, from complications arising from the stroke. His state funeral, led by Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) Archbishop Petero Mataca, which was spread out over three days (28 to 30 April) saw an estimated 200,000 people - almost a quarter of Fiji's total population - line the streets to pay their last respects to the man they regarded as the father of the nation, in an outpouring of public grief not seen since the death


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hours, and charged with "harbouring and aiding of prisoners", "obstructing police on duty" and "accessory after the fact" to the breakout of 30 inmates from the country's main prison in Port Vila. Although Regenvanu admitted having known of the plans for the breakout, and having assisted escapees in finding shelter at the National Council of Chiefs's nakamal, it is not clear what role Carcasses allegedly played in these events. "Carcasses and Regenvanu charged", ''Vanuatu Daily Post'', 23 December 2008 They were released, provisionally, and appeared in court in February 2009. "Deux députés du Vanuatu comparaissent aujourd’hui devant la cour de première instance", ABC Radio Australia, 6 February 2009 "Magistrate refuses application to strike out MPs’ case", ''Vanuatu Daily Post'', 4 February 2009 In January 2009, Prime Minister Edward Natapei's government stated that it would consider seeking Regenvanu's and Carcasses' suspension from Parliament over the charges. "MPs to challenge any motion to suspend them", ''Vanuatu Daily Post'', 17 January 2009 In December 2009, in the context of a Cabinet reshuffle, Carcasses left the Opposition and joined Natapei's government, becoming Minister of Internal Affairs and Minister of Labour. Vanuatu has three official languages, English (English language), French (French language), and Bislama, a creole language evolved from English. Bislama is the first language of many urban ni-Vanuatu, that is, the residents of Port Vila and Luganville. It is the most common second language elsewhere in the Vanuatu islands. It is similar to Tok Pisin of Papua New Guinea, and other nearby creoles. *'''Vanuatu''' **Port Vila - Bauerfield International Airport * Expansion needed (updated by bot) ** 34 - Aishiya, Batikent, Blenheim, New Zealand, Bogra District, Brzeziny (Gmina of Lubartów), Casablanca, Chlewiska, Dakhiliyah, Drzewianowo, Enmore, Guyana, Guarenas, Guatire, Kaikoura, Kasindol, Khulna, La Rogivue, List of China provinces by compass, List of cities and towns in Hong Kong, Lisów, Lusignan, Guyana, Maracaibo, Maymand, Nobres, Panauti, Patras, Porlamar, Port Vila, Riffa, Szczekarków, Tórshavn, Wola Mieczysławska, Yerevan, Łucka, Łucka Kolonia * Expert attention needed (updated by bot)


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contracted under a civil authority (the nearest being in New Caledonia), whereas British law recognized marriages conducted by local clergy. On 9 August 1889, Franceville declared itself independent under the leadership of mayor president Ferdinand Chevillard and with its own red, white and blue flag with five stars. Bourdiol, Julien (1908), Condition internationale des Nouvelles-Hebrides, p 107 Simpson, Colin (1955). ''Islands of Men: A Six-part Book about


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contracted under a civil authority (the nearest being in New Caledonia), whereas British law recognized marriages conducted by local clergy. On 9 August 1889, Franceville declared itself independent under the leadership of mayor president Ferdinand Chevillard and with its own red, white and blue flag with five stars. Bourdiol, Julien (1908), Condition internationale des Nouvelles-Hebrides, p 107 Simpson, Colin (1955). ''Islands of Men: A Six-part Book about

Port Vila

'''Port Vila''' is the capital and largest city of Vanuatu.

Its population in the last census (2009) was 44,040, Vanuatu National Statistics Office 2009, The 2009 Vanuatu National Population And Housing Census, Government of Vanuatu, Port Vila. an increase of 50% on the previous census result (29,356 in 1999). In 2009, the population of Port Vila formed 18.8% of the country's population.

Situated on the south coast of the island of Efate, in Shefa Province, Port Vila is the economic and commercial centre of Vanuatu. The current mayor is Ulrich Sumptoh, of the Union of Moderate Parties, elected in January 2014; his deputy is Leimara Malachi, of the Vanua'aku Pati. "New mayor for Vanuatu's Port Vila", Radio New Zealand International, 27 January 2014

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