23 August 2014
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Gérard Philippe and Gladys Lavigilante, the next door neighbours of Georges Alain Magic, have been ordered by the Intermediate Court Civil Division to compensate Rs 55,000 to the latter for having encroached on the land of their neighbour on a perimeter of  5.25 metres.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Dr Ramgoolam at the US-Africa Summit

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The Prime Minister, Dr Navin Ramgoolam, left Mauritius on Thursday 1 July for Washington where he attended the United States-Africa Summit.
The Chagos Archipelago, Mauritius-US economic relations and the United States’ active participation in research on the potential of Mauritius’ maritime resources were at the fore of discussions during a meeting held on 4 August between the Prime Minister, Dr Navin Ramgoolam, and the US National Security Adviser, Dr Susan Rice, while attending the United States-Africa Leaders’ Summit in Washington DC.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Promoting breastfeeding at the work place

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Around 60 representatives from different ministries participated in a workshop on Monday at Voilà Hotel in Bagatelle. The event focused on the promotion, support and sustainability of breastfeeding at the work place.
The Minister of Gender Equality, Child Development and Family Welfare, Mireille Martin, received the Africa’s Most Influential Women (Continental) Award 2014 on Tuesday 5 August 2014 at Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebene.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Ebola outbreak

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The Ebola outbreak in Africa has been distressing countries worldwide, including Mauritius. Till today, no case has been registered locally. However, adequate measures are being taken to prevent any outbreak in the country. 
Free Palestine Mauritius insists on its approach to adopt 100 Palestinian children on Monday’s press conference, at St George. The Front wants to meet Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam and Mireille Martin, Minister of Gender Equality, Development and Child Welfare in this regard.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

HIV infection sparks outcry

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I managed to talk with this case sufferer’s family. It was very alarming, sad, shocking and stressing for the family. It is an episode of traumatic to disaster, like the lightning struck twice at the same place. The boy was found suffering from a condition that is manifested through a genetic malfunction. Both Sickle cell and Thalassemia give rise to lack of red blood cells that are oxygen carriers to all the living cells and organs of the body.
There is a complete mess around the need to increase salaries and working conditions in the transport industry. This is due to a collective agreement reached between trade unions and the employers of bus companies signed in August 2013 and the need to implement a Remuneration Order for workers of bus transport, with, in between an amendment brought to Section 95 of the Employment Relations Act.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

BSSR School of Para Medical Studies

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BSSR has a long-standing reputation with an innovative way of thinking. Since 2013, with a change in Management, a new concept of designing careers focusing on Healthcare programs was brought to students, with monthly start dates, flexible scheduling, and career placement assistance. With the campus location, easily accessible in Port Louis and next to the bus commuting centre, BSSR offers a world-class school to the Mauritian community.
Being wheelchair-bound and managing a small enterprise is no easy task. The world of Pravind Boozedhur, an IT diploma holder, changed drastically when he found himself compelled to use a wheelchair. Today, a commitment to excel and a positive attitude towards life are his two main guiding forces.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

Personalised gifts : A flourishing business

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Small businesses have lately been mushrooming around the island. One of the most common is the personalisation of gifts. Many people are exploiting their talents and bringing innovations in this emerging industry. Just adding a name or an initial to the simplest items can change them from something basic to something special. Personalised gifts are splendid for people of any age group and they are gifts that fit every budget.

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