30 August 2015
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Nandanee Soornack left Mauritius on 11 December 2014, the day after the general elections when it was known that Navin Ramgoolam and his alliance had lost badly and SAJ’s Alliance Lepep had swept to power based on one of the promises, to cleanse the system from the rot of Ramgoolam and of corruption.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

New road claims one life

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A spectacular accident took place on Wednesday on the new Terre Rouge-Verdun road, near Valton round about. One person was killed and three others severely injured when a Bedford truck ended up in a precipice after the driver lost control.
Friday, 07 February 2014 14:00

Bank raiders nabbed

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The Field Intelligence Unit of the Piton CID has arrested two persons suspected of being behind the bank robbery at Fond Du Sac on Monday. Two other suspects are still absconding. The robbers were caught on CCTV cameras inside the bank.
Friday, 27 September 2013 09:05

Ragging demotivates young policemen Featured

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They joined the Police Force in order to serve the country. However, their enthusiasm quickly dampened when they faced certain ‘working conditions’. Unable to resign because they have signed a bond and reluctant to complain for fear of reprisals, they chose to suffer in silence, convincing themselves that this forms part of their training. Except that their parents have decided to voice out their grief.
32 ROOTS and 37 seeds of cannabis were seized by Rose-Belle police on Wednesday. Officers found the drugs in a conference room of the headquarters of ‘Parti Action Libéral’ (PAL), located on the third floor of a building at Rose-Belle.
THE MINISTRY of Health wants to reassure the public that the H1N1 virus is not more dangerous than other types of seasonal flu and there is no pandemic as was the case in 2009.
Friday, 16 August 2013 08:00

Bus conductor kidnapped and beaten for ransom

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SALIM (Fictitious Name) aged 45, the United Bus Service (UBS) conductor was kidnapped by four individuals last Saturday near Glen Park, Vacoas. He was riding his motorcycle when he was stopped by a van which blocked his way.
Two School Certificate students, attending a private college in the North, were arrested by Rivière du Rempart police on Friday afternoon.
Friday, 12 July 2013 08:00

Welder wins the Loto

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A metal worker 36 years old won the jackpot of Rs 5,426,157 last Saturday. Louis Daniel Palmyre, a resident of Bel-Air was the only one who forecast the winning numbers- 08-14-22-24-29-31 at the last Loto draw.
The editor of Sunday Times has been fined Rs 50,000 for publishing photographs of the body of murder victim Michaela McAreavey. The Court found Imran Hosany guilty of causing outrage to public and religious morality.
Friday, 31 May 2013 12:43

Policeman murdered

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The lifeless body of Serge Jean Bernard Rousselin, a policeman posted at Rose Hill Police Station, was found on Tuesday night at a bus stop not far from the headquarters of the Special Mobile Force (SMF).
Friday, 22 March 2013 14:31

SAJ ready to lodge a police complaint

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Sir Anerood Jugnauth conceded that the lands of the businessman, Didier Maingard are not found within the Black River Outline Scheme as he previously said last Friday at a press conference.
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