At least two people have been killed, and a further 12 injured, following a bus crash, in the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu.
Two buses have collided in Vanuatu’s capital Port Vila, reportedly killing two locals and injuring 12 Australian tourists.
Ten of the Australians were “significantly” injured and will be airlifted to Brisbane or Noumea, according to cruise operator P&O.
Those injured had been on an 11-night voyage that left Brisbane on 14 June.
Local media said the tourists were returning from Ekasup cultural village on Monday when the crash occurred.