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NAWASA Christmas Food Hampers 2016

The national water and sewerage authority (NAWASA) brought holiday cheer to 35 families as part of its annual Christmas food hamper distribution promotion. The journey was filled with its usual hugs and tears, as the authority sought to make the ...

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Worrying Figures

Figures from the ministry of finance show that last year there was a decline in the number of women employed and that more men are willing to become employers than women. The revelation points to the findings of a 2015 labour force survey, high...

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5 Ships Came A-Sailing In

Meanwhile, it was a busy day today for those in the tourist industry, as they catered to passengers from five cruise ships. The ships brought over six thousand passengers from the United States , Germany, and the UK to our shores, which accord...

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Taxi Operators Thriving

The 2016 cruise ship winter season has picked up significantly after a slow start. Taxi operators are reporting that despite the a start, they are thriving in what can sometimes be an unstable industry.

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River Project

GrenCODA river monitoring and stream bank protection project is off to a good start since being launched in June 2016. This project is funded by GEF/UNDP’s small grants programme and will see the full restoration of the river in Grand Roy.

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