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The picture of a naked and chained suspect in a robbery case, David Gaiqui, at the Curepipe Criminal Investigation Division (CID) office has sparked

George Weah, the legendary football player, already made waves a few weeks ago when he became the president of Liberia. However, keen to make a diffe

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Parliament stands adjourned until 27 March 2018. The last sitting took place on Friday 15 December. This three-and-a-half month parliamentary recess

Dolores O’Riordan, lead singer of the Cranberries, has passed away in London aged only 46. The news of her death was confirmed by her publicist even

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Donald Trump, president of the United States, has sought to quash the growing backlash against him over disparaging comments he allegedly made last w

Paul Bérenger, leader of the Mouvement Militant Mauricien (MMM), has sought to dismiss any rumours of dissent within the party following the defeat i

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Behold a tale as old as time about (the opposite of) bravery, honour and good leadership on the stormy sea! It was a miracle – Titanic never sank! Th

It’s that time of year again! It’s time for Weekly’s annual Weekly Awards for Cinematic Opulence and Superbness (WACOS) awards, where we recognise th

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Mahathir Mohamad, who served as the prime minister of Malaysia from 1981 to 2003, is planning a return to politics and he has been chosen as the curr

Michael Kemp, first officer from Air Mauritius, was found on Wednesday morning, 27 December, in a hospital in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Kemp is current

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This week features Weekly’s commemorative end-of-year edition. Taking a tongue-in-cheek view, we shine a light on the year’s most important and most

With the higher education bill passed in parliament this week to replace the Tertiary Education Act, Weekly speaks to former Minister of Education, S

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Christmas time comes with food galore, drinks a flowing and being surrounded by friends and family. While everyone likes the Christmas atmosphere and

One of the dramatic changes to Port Louis over the past two years has inevitably been the relocation of hawkers from the streets to the three hawkers

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