Port Vila


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It is Vanuatu's national flag carrier, with its main base at Bauerfield International Airport, Port Vila.
In Port Vila the clean-up was progressing after trees were uprooted and homes flattened but there were worries about food scarcity and health after the main local food market was destroyed and the city's hospital severely damaged.
Two C130 aircraft carrying vehicles, engineers and emergency supplies could be seen preparing to depart from Port Vila airport for outer islands on Wednesday.
The family I usually stay with in Port Vila prepared well putting sandbags on the roof and strapping it down, but people were passing by saying it was not going to be that bad.
The | Pacific island nation of Vanuatu has lost years of development progress and must "start anew" following a powerful cyclone that destroyed or damaged 90% of the buildings in the capital of Port Vila, the country's president said.
At least eight people in and around the capital, Port Vila, have been confirmed as having died.
Most buildings in the capital Port Vila, including clinics, have been wrecked and a state of emergency has been declared.
The heavily populated island of Efate, which includes the Vanuatu capital Port Vila, was directly in the path of the deadly cyclone.
NO SAFE HARBOUR Wrecked boats litter quayside in the islands' capital Port Vila
Yachts damaged in Port Vila, Vanuatu, yesterday in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
Chloe Morrison, a World Vision emergency communications officer in Port Vila, said officials from Vanuatu's National Disaster Management Office confirmed to her agency that at least eight people in and around the capital, Port Vila, had died during the cyclone.
Aid agencies hope to begin to fly in relief goods on Sunday when the airport in Port Vila is expected to open.
Report said the flight had to be diverted to Port Vila, Vanuatu with most passengers and crews being accommodated at a hotel there.
Just before dawn on Sunday, January 25, 1998 police officers and members of the Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF) launched 'Operation Restore Public Hope' in urban settlements around Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Jackie Philip, a member of staff at the Melanesian Port Vila Hotel in the Vanuatu capital, said the hotel was busy with late-night Christmas revellers when the quake struck.