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The lack of native backward compatibility in the new PlayStation 4 was a bit of a bummer when the console was announced, but Sony promised it had a solution.
Friday, 20 December 2013 14:00

Eaten Alive

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Did you know that there are some animals eaten raw and alive? I ate two of them recently.  Squirming and wriggling they didn’t look too appetizing but the fisherman said they were very good for health. Discovering Grand Gaube made me fall in love again with the sea and for the first time with slithery seafood.
A new craze is hitting the dessert world in Mauritius. You certainly must have had a taste of the yummy ‘FroYo’ -as often called by fans- or even come across one of the many self-service shops that are mushrooming in the island.
Friday, 29 November 2013 14:00

The Savanne Route : Down memory lane

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Nothing is static. That is the law of nature. Things are bound to change. Old things give place to new ones. It would therefore not be surprising that many changes have taken place along this route. However, it has not lost its charm and appeal in the process. Tourists and travellers still marvel at the natural beauty that the route unrolls.
Friday, 29 November 2013 14:00

First graduation ceremony for nurses

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The first ever graduation ceremony for the award of a National Diploma to officers Nursing Cadre, organised by the Ministry of Health and Quality of Life, took place on Saturday 23 November at Octave Wiehé Auditorium, University of Mauritius, in the presence of Professor David Owens, Special Adviser to the Prime Minister.
Friday, 22 November 2013 14:00

La Flora : A bewitching unspoilt environment

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The tea route continues to mesmerise passers-by and tourists by its magnificent landscapes with hills valleys and canals and a little further on the approach of Beau Climat where the climate becomes milder and more pleasant for a drive, stroll or trekking along the main road or incursions far into the interior.
Friday, 15 November 2013 09:00

Putting Education First

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For far too long, the cause of universal education has taken a back seat to other great international movements for change. Now, for two new reasons that lie at the heart of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s launch of the “Education First” initiative, education has returned to its rightful place atop the global policy agenda.
It is difficult to be insensitive to the natural and man-made beauty that a trek along the tea route unfolds. It is strewn with a thread of colonial houses, mountains, hills and valleys, Sugar cane plantations, tea cultivation, vegetables and hunting reserves.
Friday, 25 October 2013 09:00

High heels : Four inches closer to heaven?

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High heeled shoes are an absolute obsession for a lot of people and if you are in the lot, consider this as an ode to your most cherished accessory. But for the whole legion of people out there who just cannot understand that passion for heels, here is your chance to finally understand them.
The South by its variety of features wild and natural and dangerous at places with bends and curves offers remarkable and extraordinary views against a mountainous and marine backdrop that rise above the sea and the land levels.
Friday, 18 October 2013 09:00

Walk your way to fitness

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You desperately want to begin a fitness program, but don’t know where to start. It’s easy! Walking is one of the cheapest, easiest, most enjoyable, and most convenient forms of exercise. All you need is a good pair of shoes, comfortable clothing, and a strong desire.
Mauritians visiting a foreign country seem to know much more than the locals to whom there exist many places in their own country they are not aware of.