23 May 2013
Double meurtre de Lallmatie - Bindu Ramlogun : «Mon mari croyait qu’Ashwin n’allait pas s’en sortir» - Wednesday, 22 May 2013 18:38
Meurtre du policier Ashley Ramkhalawan : l’épouse sera examinée par un médecin de la police - Wednesday, 22 May 2013 17:47
Mare-aux-Vacoas : la capacité de stockage d’eau du réservoir sera augmentée - Wednesday, 22 May 2013 17:25
Friday, 10 May 2013 15:45
Still in mourning over the victims of the March 30 floods, the country was plunged into darkness yet again last week: a fatal road accident resulted in 10 deaths and forty injured.
Friday, 26 April 2013 11:00
The majority of us have witnessed, or perhaps even experienced firsthand, a divorce situation filled with bitterness and animosity. Divorce is very hard to deal with, especially when children are involved. While many parents who undergo a divorce scenario many still strive to maintain a sense of normalcy and do what is best for their children, however, sometimes things do not work out as planned and one parent ends up causing the children to fear - even hate - the other.
Friday, 26 April 2013 10:00
There was a staunch resistance from heavy vehicles owners when government first announced its intention to introduce speed limiters in 2010.
Friday, 19 April 2013 12:45
In today’s competitive world, borrowing from financial institutions has become a must for many people and entrepreneurs. Loans, credit cards and leasing amongst others have given people great opportunities and freedom to invest in real estate, get further education, start businesses and acquire goods that may boost their financial prospects and future income.
Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00
they claim that the municipality did not deem it appropriate to clear the mess caused by floods at the Monneron market fair. “It should be noted that we are not illegal hawkers as we pay a trade fee to occupy fair stalls here, however, nothing was done and all traders were forced to clean up the mess caused by the overflowing Pouce Stream and cater to the structural damages by themselves,” a trader said.
Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00
11 killed, wrecked cars, damaged infrastructures and broken hearts: these are the consequences of the devastating flood that hit Port Louis on March 30. Many still find it hard to believe the catastrophe that took in the capital by surprise, leaving the whole population distraught. Even the authorities were helpless to cope with the situation. However, the people of Mauritius showed how brave and united they were regardless of age, colour, class and creed. News on Sunday revisits the Black Saturday…
Friday, 29 March 2013 14:08
Mauritius today is very open regarding sexuality, but homosexuality still remains a taboo topic. The views and acceptance of homosexuality are varied in Mauritius. Though it was strongly prohibited and very rare in the past, some claim that society’s attitude towards homosexuality has changed dramatically.
Friday, 29 March 2013 12:21
A lack of a protein in Down’s syndrome brains could be the cause of learning and memory problems, says a US study. Writing in Nature Medicine, Californian researchers found that the extra copy of chromosome 21 in people with the condition triggered the protein loss. Their study found restoring the protein in Down’s syndrome mice improved cognitive function and behaviour.
Friday, 22 March 2013 14:49
THE CONCEPT of a 24 by 7 economy is a very simple one. Also known as a ‘round-the-clock’ economy, it means that the country’s economic activities are operational on a 24-hour basis, 7 days a week with many activities happening concurrently.
Friday, 15 March 2013 11:23
In Export Processing Zones (EPZ) around the world, the majority of workers are said to be isolated, denied basic rights, and prohibited from joining unions, which is often in gross violation of national laws and customs.