Vanuatu  Weekly Hebdomadaire

an index covering the period 1984 - 2001

 ~ a project of the Emalus Campus Library ~
with the assistance of Paul Mae, Calvin Ziru , John Taupongi

1985

October

Issue:  60

Date:  5th October 1985

 

Headline Story:

 

Banks-Torres Island court opens.

“Always adopt a neutral position in court and remember that justice must be seen to have been duly executed.”

 

p.2

 

Minista blong jastis I openem Bankis-Tores aelan kot.

 

p.3

 

VP Presiden I kongratuletem FLNKS from elekson long Niu Kaledonia.

Fes woman paelot blong Ostrelia I flaem ANSETT I kam long Vanuatu.

 

p.4

 

Futuna eafil blong I rere nekis yia.

VATE indastri I tek ova vate rufing.

“Jeffrey Method” I gat bigfala sakses long Malakula.

 

p.5

 

Man we I bildim Mele jioj I kasem pei afta long 50 yia.

Intares long kokonas long Bankis I hae bat I nogat transport.

Nambatu anivesari blong Efate LKK.

Kopra mo pepa long Bankis.

 

p.6

 

L’usine de rechapage de Port Vila.

Mele a célèbré le cinquantenaire de son temple.

 

p.7

 

Mise en service du tribunal des iles Banks/Torres.

 

p.9

 

Preparation des jeux inter district a Tanna.

 

p.12

 

Island court opens:  News in pictures.

 

p.13

 

VP President sends congratulatory message to FLNKS.

“Jeffery Method” breaks horses in Malekula.

 

p.14

 

Australia’s first lady pilot flies to Port Vila.

Futuna airfield to be ready early 1986.

 

p.15

 

Mobile Force Chief sees British techniques.

Farming diversification from coconut to Pepper in the Banks?

Church builder gets paid 50 years later.

 

p.17

 

INTV art teacher exhibits in Australia.

Owners give Onma victims relatives vt 160,000.

 

 

Issue:  61

Date:  12th October 1985

 

Headline Story:

 

‘Vermali’ victorious in Epi’s first IYY festival.

Vermali, one of the four regions in Epi competing in the islands first international year of youth (IYY) festival, topped the victory list by scoring 48 points in the youth competitive activities in the 3 days of October 4-6.

 

p.1

 

Tanna goes rice.

Le Premier Ministre devant le siege des nations unies a New York.

Le materiel d’un scierie est arrive sur Erromango.

 

p.2

 

Vanuatu I tingabaot namba 5 yia blong constitution blong kaontri.

Tri dei selebresen blong IYY long Epi.

 

p.3

 

Trening ofisa blong VMF I kam bak long PNG.

Edita blong niuspepa ino risaen.

Ol niu haos blong Epi LGK.

Epi I lukluk long Kakao.

Woksop blong faenemaot from wanem kualti long kakao ino gud.

 

p.4

 

Fes faktri blong biskit I open long Vanuatu.

Ol materiol blong Mista Montagnat I kasem Erromanga.

 

p.5

 

Malvatumauri I holem namba tu miting blong hem long kapitol.

Ol stiuden blong Lise I visitim mifala.

Ol Lenakel lan ona I saenem lis agrimen from bisnis senta mo stadium.

Wanem kaen navara olsem ia?

 

p.7

 

La seconde session annuelle du Malfatumauri.

 

p.8

 

Trois Ministres Melanesiens insatisfaits de l’arrivee de tenors de l’opposition en Nouvelle-Caledonie.

 

p.9

 

L’institut Docteur Benoit.

Celebration du second anniversaire du conseil provincial de vate.

Communique de presse.

 

p.10

 

Le tour du monde en moto.

“Pacifiwue l’avenir d’une Francophonie”.

Signature des baux fanciers pour l’etablissement du centre commercial et du stage sur Tanna.

Les Lyceens en visite dans nos locaux.

 

p.12

 

UNDP South Pacific representative visits Vanuatu.

Tanna land owners sign land lease for commercial centre and stadium.

 

p.13

 

Lees (Vanuatu) Ltd biscuit factory-first in Vanuatu.

French company brings equipment to fell trees in Erromango.

 

p.14

 

Lycee students visit media in full colours.

TAFE LGC celebrates fourth anniversary.

Why most cocoa beans become defective.

Houses for Epi LGC secretary and treasurer go up.

 

p.15

 

VMF trainging officer returns.

Port Vila observes constitution day.

50.000 Vatu reward.

 

p.17

 

Sola seedlings orders wait, no transport.

Delegation returns after SPC meeting.

“I have not resigned” says Editor.

Fisheries Director leaves for Japan.

Epi turns to Cocoa.

 

 

Issue:  62

Date:  19th October 1985

 

Headline Story:

 

PM’s promise:  “ I will submit your requests to the authorities concerned”.

“I will submit your requests to the authorities concerned”.  This was a promise by the Prime Minister on his recent tour of his home island of Pentecost and the Shepherds where he was presented with petitions by the area councils of the two local government regions.

 

p.1

 

A ton of Champion.

Nouvelle aide de la cee a Vanuatu dans le cadre de Lome I et Lome II.

L’INTV vient en aide au service des pêches.

 

p.2

 

Praem Minista I promes blong pasem ol nid blong ol pipol igo long wanwan Ministri.

Pablik woks I kasem moa tul blong wok wetem mane blong EEK.

 

p.3

 

Ren mo Efate agrikalja sho hemi olraet nomo.

Anglikan trening senta long Torgil I mekem bigfala jenis.

L’Atelier emi kat tri niu ona.

 

p.4

 

Helt edukeson sekson oli kat niu projekta mo kamera.

Wota supplae emi blong Vureas Hae skul, Ministri blong Edukeson I talem.

Minista blong agrikalja I visitim Paris mo Rome.

 

p.5

 

Trak no wanem.

 

p.6

 

Expédition “Découverte de la source de la Teouma” Réussie.

 

p.7

 

La cee accorde au Vanuatu 100 millions vt.

 

p.8

 

La foire agricole de Vaté.

Le ceea a Torgil, un centre en progression.

Declaration du Ministere de l’education.

 

p.9

 

Quarte journees de festival consacrees a la jeunesse d’Epi.

 

p.12

 

Works to go up with EEC grant.

French government award.

Vanuatu will give Paris time to resolve NC problems.

UN in Vanuatu.

Agricultural Minister visits Paris and Rome.

 

p.13

 

Efate Agricultural show chorusing to success in the rain.

 

p.14

 

“Prevention is better than a cure” policy: Canada helps out.

Ambae Pig owners will grunt before judges after Xmas.

Theology diploma from Torgil.

 

p.15

 

L’Atelier changes hands.

Vureas High School responsible for water supply, says Education Ministry.

Good gardening, soil conservation and agriculture.

 

p.17

 

A statement from the Principal social development officer Mr H.G Alatoa concerning the telephone communication breakdown on Malekula and the northern islands of Vanuatu.

“Nissan” demands zoom in Vanuatu, Tokyo donates 20 to Mexico.

A pose with a friend.

 

 

Issue:  63

Date:  26 October 1985

 

Headline Story:

 

Ports are vital:  What if unions go on strike.

Island states depend very much on the sea for trade.  It is one of the greatest assets and South Pacific country has.  What if Port Unions go on strike?  This question was emphasized during the 12th South Pacific Ports Association Conference at the international relations centre in the Capital this week.

 

p.1

 

Intronisation d’un Nouveau Chef coutumier.

 

p.2

 

Vanuatu I selebretem namba 40 aniveseri blong UN.

VPSA I ansarem ministry blong helth.

Ol Ni Vanuatu I tekova “Melanesian Handprint”.

 

p.3

 

Insurens blong trak mo kriminel loa blong Vanuatu.

Ol Mele skaot I traemaot ol niufala tent.

 

p.4

 

“Sipos jas I wantem jasem mifala I mas kam long Tevali aut”.

Wok I gohed long niu Mele praemeri skul.

Stadium blong Epi.

Wan niu wok prokram blong  buluk development.

Kam on ol Mama.

 

p.5

 

Ol pig ona blong Ambae oli save pas long kot afta Krismas.

Fulap pipol blong ist Ambae oli no gat laesens blong trak.

Malakula At Festival.

PM I kambak long Bahamas.

Penalti blong damejem ol servey land mark.

Wokaton blong ol Polis igat bigfala sakses.

 

p.6

 

Mise en place d’un nouveau Chef au village de Mele Maat.

Un atelier de peinture à la main et d’impression sur tissue à Port Vila.

 

p.7

 

Vanuatu celebre le quarantieme anniversaire de l’existence des nations unies.

 

p.8

 

Kermesse de l’ecole secondaire d’Onesua.

 

p.9

 

Remise d’une seconde serie d’ovrage medicinaux a l’ecole d’infirmiers et d’infirmieres.

Derichement d’un nouvel emplacement destine a l’ecole de langue anglaise de Mele.

La communauté d’Olat remercie le gouvernement.

Un appel du Président du Malfatumauri.

Marche organisée par la Police de Vila.

 

p.10

 

L’assurance au tiers et le code de Vanuatu.

 

p.12

 

Vanuatu marks UN 40th Anniversaty with music, exhibition, and ceremony.

School moves out.

Malekula Arts Festival.

Sports stadium for Epi.

PM returns from Bahamas.

A group from Noumea.

 

p.13

 

Mele scouts try out their Australian tents.

VPSA fires verbal bullets at Ministry of Health.

Vanuatu projects also to be discussed in China.

Police will raise 100,000 vt from walkathon.

 

p.14

 

Unknown carpenter establishes first furniture factory of its type with assistance from Canada’s CUSO.

 

p.15

 

Motor insurance and the criminal law of Vanuatu.

Pitco boss returns from La convention.

Vanuatu hosts CPA meeting.

 

p.17

 

“Melanesian Handprint” goes Melanesian.

More manpower development by inter-continental.

East Ambae no vehicle insurance.

 

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