27 November 2014
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Jameela Jaddoo

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Friday, 21 November 2014 14:00

End of year parties : Choose your venue

As the end of year approaches, people are gearing up for the festivities. In most companies and enterprises around the island, staff and colleagues are looking forward to the traditional end of year get-together to celebrate in pomp. Many such parties are organised in various pleasant and unique venues. News on Sunday tours the venues and their offers for end of year staff parties this year.
Friday, 21 November 2014 14:00

National Face Painting Championship 2014

The National Face Painting Competition took place on Saturday 15 November at Eureka House, Moka. The event was organised by the Shiva Yoga Centre. The young artists present were rewarded for their art and creativity.
Ajay Gunness, treasurer of the MMM, is candidate for the Labour- MMM alliance in constituency No10 (Montagne Blanche/Grand River South East).  Minister of Public Infrastructure in 2005, Ajay Gunness says that the electoral campaign is going on very well.
Early Years Pre-Primary and Primary School held its graduation and award ceremony on Monday 10 November at the Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre at Bell Village. Happiness and smiles were on the faces of the 5th year students graduating as well as all the kids, teachers and parents. The founder and director of the school, Mrs Esmeralda Lee, told us about the enriching seventh anniversary of the school.
Created in 1989, the company has become a pioneer in household linen for hotels. Indeed, despite the ups and down in 2012 and 2013, Associated Textiles bounced back by launching new activities, generating more added value and conquering new export markets. The company’s turnover has thus increased to over 41%. For Christian Regnard, innovation is obviously and absolutely the key to a successful enterprise.
Since Monday, the 21st edition of the Work Placement Programme for Lower Six students started. Organised by the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), the aim is to familiarise Lower Six students with the world of work and present them with the different career prospects that lay ahead.
Found in the heart of luxuriant vegetation, the 7 Cascades Restaurant & Lodges is a true invitation to experience nature like you never did before with Relaxing and appeasing atmosphere, the 7 Cascades Restaurant & Lodges is located in Henrietta, in the near vicinity of the Tamarind waterfalls also known as 7 cascades. With its 11 waterfalls and 13 abseils, deep ponds, cliff jumps and surrounding lush green vegetation, the 7 Cascades Restaurant & Lodge invites you to unearth the wealth of Mauritian environment and nature.
Friday, 31 October 2014 14:00

The first electoral violence

A brawl broke out after the meeting in constituency No. 9. Sailesh Fowdar, known as a labour activist and a partisan of Minister Anil Bachoo was beaten by a group of “bouncers” who were also present at the congress.
Young, beautiful, intelligent and engaged into volunteerism – Mauritius’s first time ever Miss Supranational has it all. Beauty with purpose, Stacy Ng See Cheong, 21, looks forward to raising awareness about Autism in Mauritius and to helping children affected by the disease have a better future and be loved like any other human being. The Grand Finale of the Miss Supranational pageant took place on Saturday 18 October at the Trianon Convention Centre.
The Managing Director of Blast Communications, Aisha Allee, who started her career as an air hostess ten years back, won the Entrepreneur of the Year Award on Friday 17 October. Aisha Allee was given the beautifully carved Tecoma wooden trophy (majestic tree symbol of strength, creativity and perseverance) during a grand ceremony held at Vivéa Business Park, Moka.
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