03 August 2015
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Jameela Jaddoo

Jameela Jaddoo

Fun, adventurous, amusing – the Parc Loisirs at Gros Cailloux awaits you for some exciting moments. Enjoy your holidays with some thrilling activities such as Zipline, quad biking and nautical activities. The Parc Loisirs will cheer you up.
The battle opposing the Director of Public Prosectutions (DPP) to the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has reached new heights. The Commission has sworn an affidavit countering the claims laid by the DPP last week, saying it has the power to investigate.
Muslims rejoice as they celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr festival this weekend with family and friends. A moment to create ever-lasting memories, Eid will be special this year for the President of the Republic of Mauritius. Dr.(Mrs) Ameenah Gurib-Fakim is celebrating her first Eid as Head of State. News on Sunday gets an exclusive insight.
The Pamplemousses Regional Youth Council organised a grand Talent and Music Show on Saturday June 20 at the Riche Terre Mall in collaboration with Island Haze and  other sponsors. The event took place around several activities promoting talents and giving youngsters an opportunity to perform on stage without going through any stressful competition.
Fresh, avant-garde, dark, vivid… this young artist’s works will simply blow your mind. Shain Ramjan inaugurated his first solo exhibition on Tuesday at the Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebène. The ‘ARTPOP’ artist has a candid moment with News on Sunday.
Happy, proud and grateful – is how Dr. Shameem Fowdar felt after been awarded the ‘Best Young Mauritian Scientist 2014’. Her research work ‘The genetics of breast cancer in Mauritian Patients’ has been recognised at national level. Shameem aims to pursue her research to find solutions to the genetic problems in the field of breast cancer in Mauritius.
Former Prime Minister Dr Navin Ramgoolam lodged a complaint on Thursday in the Supreme Court against the State, the Commissioner of Police (CP), three CID officers and three magistrates.
According to the leader of the ‘Muvman travailiste militant’ (MTM), the Government has created an “imbroglio” around the BAI/Bramer Bank case.
Friday, 10 April 2015 14:00

Le Saint Aubin : A lively heritage

A step into the majestic colonial mansion of the 19th century will take you to a journey in the past. The Saint Aubin House, built in 1819, is a true Mauritian heritage. The former residence of several sugar estate managers now holds in its heart an exquisite Vanilla and Anthurium greenhouse, a distinguished Rum House and a restaurant offering local and authentic cuisine.
The Bramer Bank is not ready to give up on its fate. In fact the bank is waiting the decision of the Bank of Mauritius regarding the revocation of its banking license. Letter exchanges took place between the lawyers of Bramer Bank and the BoM during the past two days.
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