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Call to police to protect tourists from Vila's squabbling taxi drivers

Call to police to protect tourists from Vila's squabbling taxi drivers

Updated 13 May 2013, 11:32 AEST

The Vanuatu Tourism Office is appealing to police to help maintain law and order at Port Vila's main wharf.

Each year more than a hundred cruise ships dock in Vanuatu.

There's fierce competition among taxi drivers. Now authorities are worried about some of the tactics they're using to lure tourists.

Presenter:Geraldine Coutts

Speaker:Noel Faonalave, chairman, Vanuatu Tourism Office

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