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Linley Welford
Thu, 24 Nov 2022 19:49 EST
visa to Vanuatu on NZ passport
Hello. We are going on a cruise to Vanuatu and New Caledonia. We are travelling on a NZ passport. Do we need a visa? Thank you
Abid khan
Sun, 28 Apr 2019 04:51 EDT
Sir i wish to Travel from Vanuatu Island to New Zealand so as a British National i need any eta or E-Visa to Travel.
Respected Sir/Madam,

Sir, i want to visit Port villa located in Vanuatu Island in this summer vacations . Kindly inform and guide me regard travelling on UK Travel documents form Port Villa Island to New Zealand. please write to me that if i need any sort of E- Visa or eta registration on my British Passport.
I am waiting for your kind reply in this regard to resolve my problem. many thanking Yours Sincerely Abid khan.
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Cam & Denise
Sun, 21 Aug 2011 17:52 EDT
NZ and Australia contribute many thousands of dollars per year to Vanuatu. Why then, have tsunami sirens not been installed?? It's too late to close the stable door after the event. Every low lying inhabited area should have tsunami sirens. Has Vanuatu not learnt from the Asian tsunami several years ago. Do we all have to drown, or lose our homes and incomes before anything is done.
Come on NZ and Aus Embassies, start putting pressure on the Vanuatu government to do the right thing by it's people.

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