26 October 2014
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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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.
From Friday 17 to Sunday 19 October, the Swami Vivekananda International Convention Centre at Pailles was on flight mode. For the second time, Events Plus in collaboration with the Defi Media Group and Radio Plus recreated the magic of the annual Salon du Prêt-à-Partir. A real success, the Salon was an occasion for all travel lovers to find the perfect deal for an unforgettable trip to their dream destination and for travel agencies, airlines and leisure providers, among others, to propose their best offers around the world.
Friday, 24 October 2014 14:00

Studying in Australia

The Australian High Commission staff and Australian Alumni of Mauritius were present at the Australian booth at the Salon du Prêt-à-Partir from Friday to Sunday last, to give information on Austrlian Universities, Australian Awards Scholarships and Student Visas. News on Sunday met with Australian High Commissioner Ms Susan Coles who talked more about the Australian Education and Australia Awards offered to Mauritians. 
She is not only a beauty queen but also a talented, intelligent young lady. Urvashi Haurheeram was recently crowned the Miss University of Mauritius (UOM). The 19-year old Law and Management student shares her unique experience with News on Sunday and tells us what she acquired from it.
On Friday night, the name of the Entrepreneur of the Year will be revealed. Just before the grand announcement, News on Sunday introduces the remaining three of the nominees. The successful entrepreneurs share with us their experience and their dedication in doing what they love and their future plans.
From Rs 3600, the pension will be increased to Rs 5000. Welcomed by senior citizens but criticized by the PTr-MMM, News on Sunday talked to the concerned people to know how feasible the reform is.
Created in 2001, this enterprise specialised in the food industry has built a strong reputation. La Trobe Co. Ltd has developed local production and created its own brands in a hyper-competitive market. Lawrence Wong, owner of the enterprise is proud to say that La Trobe was the first company to produce UHT milk locally and the first to launch a packaging unit, Tetra Pak, the world’s leading reference. An innovative enterprise by a forward looking entrepreneur, La Trobe’s best days are still to come.
For her, horses are the most beautiful creatures on earth. Tess Lalloo has had, since her childhood, a unique affection for the majestic animal. Aged 25, this Mauritian lady of French origin is the manager and owner of the equestrian venture ‘Les Ecuries des Cilaos Beach Ltd’. The young lady reveals more about her zeal to News on Sunday.
The 2nd edition of the Salon du Prêt-à-Partir, organised by Events Plus, in collaboration with Radio Plus and the Défi Media Group, will take place from 17 to 19 October at the SVICC, Pailles.
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