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Minis Larue i vizit fasilite lazenes lo bann zil pros

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Minis pour Spor, Lazenes ek Kiltir, Madanm Mitcy Larue, ti vizit fasilite lazenes lo bann zil pros semenn pase. Sa i dan kad vizit familyarizasyon ki li ek bann diferan teknisyen sorti dan bann diferan seksyon son nouvo portfolio ki i ti pran pli boner sa lannen. Pour akonpanny Minis Larue lo sa vizit ti konseye spesyal pour lazenes Kevin ...

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Minister Larue visits inner islands

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The Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture Mitcy Larue was on a familiarisation visit to the inner islands of Praslin and La Digue late last week.   The Minister was accompanied by chief executives of the various departments of her ministry, several other high officials and members of National Assembly from Praslin. “The main aim of our visit over the ...

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Minis i vizit fasilite sportif lo bann zil pros

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Minis pour Lazenes, Sport ek Kiltir, Mitcy Larue, ti diriz en delegasyon semenn pase lo en vizit bann diferan fasilite sportif lo Praslin ek La Digue. Delegasyon ministeryel ti konpri sef egzekitif bann differan departman sa minister e serten lezot o zofisye ensi ki bann manm Lasanble Nasyonal pour Praslin. Bi sa vizit ti pour minis familyariz son lekor avek ...

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Minister Larue visits inner islands

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The Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture Mitcy Larue was on a familiarisation visit to the inner islands of Praslin and La Digue late last week. The Minister was accompanied by chief executives of the various departments of her ministry, several other high officials and members of National Assembly from Praslin. “The main aim of our visit over the three ...

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247th anniversary of arrival of first Indian settlers to Seychelles remembered

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In 1770, the first French settlement was established on the island of Mahé. The party consisted of 15 white colonists, seven slaves and five Indians. The month of August is a very important month whereby we celebrate the lives of the first group of Indians to make it to the shores of Seychelles which had since then contributed immensely towards ...

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Discovering nature’s pharmacy

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Have you ever had the ill-fortune of getting wounded or feeling sick in the most unlikeliest of places, and was at a loss how to cope? TONY MATHIOT, on behalf of the National Heritage Research and Protection Section, offers some examples when a little peasant knowledge can really help. 1917…The two women walk down the mountain trail. The footpath is ...

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Handing over of report on investigation in the fungus infestation at the National Cultural Centre

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Workers to be paid compensation People whose health has been affected by fungus emanating from the archives section within the National Cultural Centre will receive a compensation and remedial works will be done on the building. These are two recommendations found in the report submitted by a committee set up by President Danny Faure to investigate the complaint. The committee’s ...

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The James Michel Foundation engages with international organisations at the First High-Level Pacific Blue Economy Conference

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The 1st High-Level Pacific Blue Economy Conference (PBEC) under the theme ‘Sustainable Oceans in a Changing Climate’ organised by the Pacific Islands Development Forum took place at the Grand Pacific Hotel, Suva Fiji on the 23rd – 24th August 2017 in conjunction with the PIDF Biennial Conference. It was attended by the Prime Ministers of Fiji, Mr. Voreqe Bainimarama, and ...

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Upcoming UK comedy series to feature scenes in Seychelles

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The wonderful backdrop and scenes of the Seychelles will feature in an international television series in the U.K. The comedy series, titled ‘High and Dry’, unfolds with passengers surviving a plane crash on a deserted tropical island. Starring popular British comedian Marc Wootton, the series is being produced by a UK-based company — Baby Cow Productions – which has handpicked ...

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President Faure receives report in judge Karunakaran’s case

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Former Chief Justice Frederick Egonda Ntende, president of the tribunal of inquiry set up to investigate into the professional conduct of Judge Durai Karunakaran, presented a report of its recommendations to President Danny Faure at State House yesterday afternoon. The other members of the tribunal appointed by the Constitutional Appointment Authority (CAA) in April this year are Justice Mohan Niranjit ...

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