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The modern name Torba is derived from the initial letters of Torres and Banks.
The province has a population of 9,359 people and an area of 882 km².
- Banks Islands
- Torres Islands
Culture and languages
- 2009 National Census of Population and Housing: Summary Release (PDF). Vanuatu National Statistics Office. 2009. Retrieved October 11, 2010.
- François (2005). A list and map of these 17 languages of Torba province can be found on this page.
- François, Alexandre (2005), "Unraveling the history of vowels in seventeen north Vanuatu languages", Oceanic Linguistics 44 (2): 443–504
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