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The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) will focus on innovative projects in micro-mechanics for the jewellery, watch and diamond sector, which has a wide scope for development.
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Friday, 11 April 2014 10:19

MP’s jewellery worth Rs 1 m stolen

The house of Prateebah Bholah, MP and Private Parliamentary Secretary (PPS) was burgled on Wednesday.
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Rings, earrings, pendants, bracelets, brooches, pins and silverwares: expertise, quality, value for money and craftsmanship are a must when it comes to choosing the perfectly crafted high-value gold, silver or diamond items.
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Friday, 20 April 2012 18:29

Police News

Boy drowns at La Ferme
Kinsley David aged 14, a resident of Bambous, drowned at La Ferme reservoir on Monday. The teenager had decided to bathe into the reservoir together with three friends but he found himself in difficulty.
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Thursday, 22 March 2012 14:21

Police News

Mason in trouble
Police are investigating on a case of sex with a minor aged 15. On Friday 16th March, Jasmeen’s (fictitious name) family were very much worried. Jasmeen, residing at Plaines-Wilhems, had left her family home to meet her boyfriend, a mason residing at Camp de Masque. It was about 11 am on Friday that Jasmeen’s father found about his daughter's disappearance and reported the case to police.
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Friday, 09 March 2012 16:18

Robbery in owner’s presence

The house of the owner of a hardware store has been robbed and personal effects including jewellery worth Rs 300,000 are missing. The occupants of the house were at home at the time of the theft. It was around 6 pm when the family started to clean their shop which is found at the ground floor.
Published in Police News
Friday, 02 March 2012 13:58

A dazzling and sparkling story

Of all the creatures in the animal kingdom, only humans seek to adorn themselves. Even as far in the past as primitive man, jewellery took on this role in a variety of forms. Small objects were of primary importance, with some examples being found in pre-historic Africa where jewellery objects which date back to about 75,000 years have been found.
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Friday, 16 December 2011 16:39

Business News

Economic brainstorming for ministers
An inter-Ministerial brainstorming session focusing on key issues of economic and trade interests to Mauritius on the bilateral, regional and multilateral fronts was held under the chairmanship of the Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Arvin Boolell last week in the Lunch Room of the National Assembly. Discussions focused mainly on: Trade Relations between Mauritius and the United States and the European Union (EU); WTO Multilateral Trade Negotiations; Regional Trade; Market Access; Intellectual Property Rights; Global-Hub-Africa Strategy; Widening the Framework of Double Taxation Avoidance Treaties and Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements.
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Friday, 09 December 2011 14:00

Business News

EM lauds jewellery sector
In its newsletter this month, Enterprise Mauritius (EM) features the jewellery sector which it says has become the third most important manufacturing activity after textiles and seafood products. The sector, comprising 569 Assay Office registered companies including 28 export-oriented enterprises, and employing over 3,500 people, generated export earnings of Rs 3,553 million last year.
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