29 January 2015
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Friday, 09 January 2015 14:00

Change of guard at BOM

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Acting on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, the President of the Republic has on 30 December 2014 appointed Mr Yandraduth Googoolye as First Deputy Governor and Mr Mahendra Vikramdass Punchoo as Second Deputy Gover nor of the Bank of Mauritius.
The tourism sector has suffered quite a lot in 2014. Although the number of tourist arrivals for the first nine months (January to September) of 2014 increased by 4.5% to reach 725,623, Mauritius ended the year with less than 1,040,000 visitors.
1. US economic growth expected to be the fastest for a decade:  US unemployment has fallen during 2014 to below 6%, and we expect this, combined with lower oil prices, to contribute to rising household consumption. 
Friday, 09 January 2015 14:00

Where Will All the Workers Go?

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Technology innovators and CEOs seem positively giddy nowadays about what the future will bring. New manufacturing technologies have generated feverish excitement about what some see as a Third Industrial Revolution.
Around 5,000 tonnes! This is approximately the increase in harvest estimated in the year 2014 compared to 2013. More cultivation and favourable climate are the two core factors for this rise in production.
Often in movies and fairy tales, we come across success stories of girls. But in real life, Fatimah Serally, 25, epitomises perseverance, hard work and patience. Firmly believing in this statement from Dr Michael Beckwith ‘You can start with nothing. And out of nothing, out of no way, a way will be made’. She started to turn her dream into reality. 
Sanjiven Marday (Guruarts) works as a graphic designer/artist and freelance photographer. He did his studies in Kent (Canterbury) and DCDM (ex CTI). He currently has more than 2000 young followers on Facebook.
Founded in 1999 by Krish Hardowar, Vertical World Ltd specialises in three distinct fields of activities, namely Outdoor Adventure day trips or multiple day activities, Groups and Incentive and Access and Rescue. Until Sunday 11 January 2015, Mauritian youths and the public in general can enjoy amazing activities.
“Summer has been very active since the beginning of November where we have exceeded the average of rain by 109 percent and by 125 percent for this period of December.
After almost 10 years, a new Government has taken the reigns of the country. 2015 will thus be a year full of expectations, with the population pining high hopes on good governance, more transparency, meritocracy, increased employment, and better standard of living. News on Sunday talks to three political and socio-economic observers on how they perceive 2015 under the new Government.
Thursday, 25 December 2014 14:00

Dayal takes measures in case of natural disasters

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Raj Dayal, Minister of Environment, National Emergency Centre and Beach Authority, has announced a series of proactive measures to counter the effects and consequences of natural disasters.
Thursday, 25 December 2014 14:00

First New Year as MPs

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New Year is approaching and each family has its own unique way of celebration. Last year, most of our newly elected MPs were just normal citizens celebrating New Year with their families. News On Sunday interviewed some of them to find out how this New Year will be.