04 August 2015
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In my humble 26-or-so years of life, I have met and known so many different types of people; from attention seekers to wall flowers, and from go-getters to those full of excuses. As someone who has always been independent, forward-thinking and with a burning fire in my belly, I would have to say it is the latter of these people that I have had the most trouble understanding - but then I realise, maybe I too have been one of those people at different points in my life. It is when I come across people like the beautiful Sarabjit Parmar however, that it hits me - there really are no excuses when it comes to following your dreams and making them a reality, note to self first and foremost. Allow me to tell you her inspiring story.
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

Style it with a watch

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There was a time when watches were meantfpr telling time. But nowadays, it has become a fashion statement for both young boys and girls. Let’s be even more stylish with watches.
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

La Vanille Nature Park : Meet the crocs

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Found in the southern part of the island, near Rivière des Anguilles, La Vanille Nature Park is home to various animal species. So, if you are thick-skinned, this is the place to be...
Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, Jet Li are world famous actors teenagers tend to associate themselves with. A small kick or a fight makes them fantasize about these black belts. In recent years, many youngsters have been showing a lot of interest in martial arts.
Friday, 29 May 2015 14:00

Florian wins baker’s award

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Florian Raymond, 20, has won his first international competition and has been awarded the title of “Young Bakery Hopeful.” Futhermore, he will represent Mauritius at the Bakery World Cup for the category “Young Hope of the Year.
National Winner of the Public Speaking Competition organised by the English-Speaking Union (Mauritius), Yannish represented Mauritius at the International Public Speaking Competition which was held in London from 11 to 15 May 2015.  He competed against 50 of the brightest students, who came to London from all corners of the globe. He narrates his experience to our young readers of News On Sunday.
The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) in collaboration with the Board of Investment Mauritius (BOI), Enterprise Mauritius (EM) and Mauritius Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MCCI) organised a One on One Business Meeting with the Malaysian companies on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st at Le Meridien.
Want to experience high emotions, passion and sensation? Want to leave behind the buildings, cars and pollution to enjoy the peacefulness and the beauty of nature? The answer is Domaine de Lagrave.
Saturday, 16 May 2015 14:00

Ile Aux Aigrettes : Pearl of Mauritius

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Want an escape in nature? Want to be transported out of time, away from the bustle of the modern world? Ile aux Aigrettes is the perfect magical place to be. Bathed in the vivid colours of the lagoon, this small, unique islet welcomes you!
Finally, the suspense was over last Saturday for our young artists. Smiling, zour young artists accompanied by their parents attended the prize giving ceremony of the 4th Edition of the News on Sunday Competition on 9 May 2015 at Cascavelle Shopping Mall, Flic en Flac.
It was a real buzz on social network and a real delight for the eyes. Three passionate women, Chloé Ip, Karen Pang and Khatleen Minerve held a photo exhibition at IBL House during the week of 14-24 April.
In March, four Mauritians flew to the United States to represent the country at the Pan-Africa Youth Leadership program. The three students and their mentor joined their peers from four other African countries namely Angola, Malawi, Nigeria, and Zambia for a three-week program. Back to Mauritius, they share their enriching experience with the young readers.