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What's with the preachy tone of this entry? The respect section has some good points, but snarky quips and entire paragraphs about the virtues of giving someone a used shirt seems pointless.

Map outdated[edit]

The map of Vanuatu from the CIA Factbook is out of date; I have this from a Vanuatu local who pointed out several problems with it, though I can't recall what they are. (Perhaps he'll pipe up with details.) Does anyone have a more recent/correct map? --Skud 18:59, 15 October 2007 (EDT)

I've done a little looking and can't find a map that differs from this one (aside from having more/less info). The latest version of the CIA map is identical (except for the cropping and relabeling to "Vanuatu" that I did). - Todd VerBeek 19:37, 30 November 2007 (EST)


not showing up. ??? -- 05:09, 18 November 2008 (EST)

Port Vila or Port-Vila[edit]

Hi All; not sure if this is the place to say so, but should the Port-Vila entry really have a hyphen? Even throughout the Vanuatu article, it is referred to as Port Vila (with a space, not a hyphen), so just wondering why it has been given a hyphen in the links? BadJelly123 23:32, 22 November 2009 (EST)

too many layers[edit]

Dividing Vanuatu up into administrative districts does not seem very helpful as it results in a lengthy hierachy of pages that are offputting (particularly as most are empty). For a country the size of Vanuatu to have a hierachy of, for example, Vanuatu, Sanma, Espiritu Santo, Luganville does not seem useful when all most people will be interested in is Luganville. In Tonga we have reduced the hierachy to Tonga--Island Group. Why not the same for Vanuatu? Shep 16:04, 9 September 2010 (EDT)