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AllAfrica.com
Namsov At Forefront of Poverty EradicationThe Namsov Community Trust believes in sharing and meeting the needs of the nat
Namsov At Forefront of Poverty Eradication
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
The Namsov Community Trust believes in sharing and meeting the needs of the nation and early this week handed canned fish valued at N$500,000 for the Drought Relief Programme to the Ministry of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare. Chief... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cattle Restocking On CourseAmuru — The Amuru District veterinary officer, Dr Batulumayo Okwonga, has said
Cattle Restocking On Course
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 hours ago
Amuru — The Amuru District veterinary officer, Dr Batulumayo Okwonga, has said cattle distributed under the restocking programme are doing well. Dr Okwonga said in an interview with Daily Monitor on Wednesday that the beneficiaries have done well in... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia spending $8800 per dead soldier Germany spending $2Anzac Centenary Government spending more than $8800 for every digger killed du
Australia spending $8800 per dead soldier Germany spending $2
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Anzac Centenary Government spending more than $8800 for every digger killed during WW1 Elizabeth Barwick says her Grandfather's writings during World War One are being given new life and adding to the Anzac story. An unidentified Australian... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rushed Elections in CAR 'A Dangerous Gamble'By Kasper Agger and Christopher Day The Central African Republic cannot afford
Rushed Elections in CAR 'A Dangerous Gamble'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
By Kasper Agger and Christopher Day The Central African Republic cannot afford to bet on its future for the sake of the international community's need to show progress. The Central African Republic (CAR) is at a critical juncture. The country is... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Red Cross Keeps Storeroom Doors ShutSTOREROOMS at the Namibia Red Cross Society in Windhoek remained shut after all
Red Cross Keeps Storeroom Doors Shut
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
STOREROOMS at the Namibia Red Cross Society in Windhoek remained shut after allegations last week that the organisation was keeping expired supplement food in their warehouse, including tonnes of cereal. On Friday, The Namibian visited the... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Take evidence to police“Take your evidence to the police.” That’s the advice of Prime Minister Kamla
Take evidence to police
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
“Take your evidence to the police.” That’s the advice of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in response to claims by Opposition leader Dr Keith Rowley that an employee in the Office of the Prime Minister has links to a $644 million dollar drug... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Public plea for most vulnerableEven as the death toll rose to 25 yesterday, Dominica issued a public appeal fo
Public plea for most vulnerable
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
Even as the death toll rose to 25 yesterday, Dominica issued a public appeal for their most vulnerable—babies and the elderly. A statement issued by the Office of the Prime Minister in St Lucia made the appeal on behalf of a storm-ravaged country... Read more
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The Temasek Review
GE declared – Now for a fair, transparent process « Snippets « TR EMERITUS(27 Aug) – Parliament has been dissolved and the Writ of Election issued. Singa
GE declared – Now for a fair, transparent process « Snippets « TR EMERITUS
The Temasek Review / Posted 4 days ago
(27 Aug) – Parliament has been dissolved and the Writ of Election issued. Singaporeans will go to the polls on Friday, 11 September to elect a total of 89 MPs for 29 constituencies, unless there are walkovers declared on Nomination Day (1 September),... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Stubborn Officials Defy Geingob, Says Manombe-NcubeTHE painstakingly slow transfer of the disability and social rehabilitation dir
Stubborn Officials Defy Geingob, Says Manombe-Ncube
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
THE painstakingly slow transfer of the disability and social rehabilitation directorate to the Office of the Vice President has been blamed on officials at the health ministry who are allegedly refusing to be transferred to the new office. Deputy... Read more
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Times of Malta
Review of system due after 100 families ignore truancyNot one of the 100 families issued with a final warning to pay their outstandin
Review of system due after 100 families ignore truancy
Times of Malta / Posted 5 days ago
Not one of the 100 families issued with a final warning to pay their outstanding truancy fines or face legal action has complied with the order, The Sunday Times of Malta has learnt. The situation, however, has prompted the government to review the... Read more
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Times of Malta
No place for Mintoff statueHats off to the Office of the Prime Minister or whoever took the decision not t
No place for Mintoff statue
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
Hats off to the Office of the Prime Minister or whoever took the decision not to place a ‘monument’ to Dom Mintoff opposite Auberge de Castille. Mintoff represented tyranny and under him division, aggression and violence thrived. He had no real... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Sirleaf Holds Bilateral Discussions With Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in TokyoTokyo — President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
President Sirleaf Holds Bilateral Discussions With Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Tokyo — President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have reaffirmed their determination to coordinate, cooperate and strengthen the excellent relations subsisting between the two countries. According to a dispatch from... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Women in Politics Must Drive the Empowerment AgendaThe road to equality between the sexes has been long and winding. For centuries
Why Women in Politics Must Drive the Empowerment Agenda
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
The road to equality between the sexes has been long and winding. For centuries, women have fought against discrimination and for enabling rights all over the world, with the last 50 odd years showing some real progress in this regard for the first... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Country Faces Food HeadacheTwo damning government investigations have confirmed that Namibia is facing tri
Country Faces Food Headache
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Two damning government investigations have confirmed that Namibia is facing triple troubles - a severe drought, a reduced crop harvest nationwide and poor rainfall. This is conformed by a report compiled by the Namibia Early Warning and Food... Read more
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Times of Malta
Press digestThe following are the top stories in the Maltese and overseas press. Times of
Press digest
Times of Malta / Posted 7 days ago
The following are the top stories in the Maltese and overseas press. Times of Malta reports how naked selfie extortion landed a woman in court. It also reports how the artist who designed the Mintoff statue has blasted a decision by the Office of... Read more
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Times of Malta
Mintoff statue artist blasts OPM move - amended version of design revealedArtist Alfred Camilleri Cauchi has revealed that his winning design of Dom Mint
Mintoff statue artist blasts OPM move - amended version of design revealed
Times of Malta / Posted 7 days ago
Artist Alfred Camilleri Cauchi has revealed that his winning design of Dom Mintoff’s statue earmarked for Castille Square was made according to the former prime minister's wishes. In an interview with the Times of Malta the artist also reveals the... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Howai sees $3b loss in revenueFinance and the Economy Minister Larry Howai said yesterday the Government expe
Howai sees $3b loss in revenue
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
Finance and the Economy Minister Larry Howai said yesterday the Government expected to lose $3 billion in revenue from the current fiscal year. He said so during yesterday’s post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister, St... Read more
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Times of Malta
‘Massive’ abstract work to replace Mintoff statueThe planned Dom Mintoff statue at Castille Square is expected to be replaced by
‘Massive’ abstract work to replace Mintoff statue
Times of Malta / Posted 8 days ago
The planned Dom Mintoff statue at Castille Square is expected to be replaced by a massive abstract art structure that has been commissioned directly on the instructions of the Office of the Prime Minister, the Times of Malta can reveal. The monument... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Beirut’s Berlin Wall moment lasted less than 24 hoursFaced with a growing protest movement angry at the government for not listening
Beirut’s Berlin Wall moment lasted less than 24 hours
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
Faced with a growing protest movement angry at the government for not listening to its citizens, the government responded by erecting a 10-foot-high wall around the office of the prime minister on Monday afternoon. But, in a perfect display of the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Singapore calls election a year earlyThe vote has been set for 11 September, the office of the prime minister, Lee H
Singapore calls election a year early
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 10 days ago
The vote has been set for 11 September, the office of the prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, said on Tuesday. Analysts have said the People’s Action party (PAP) – founded by the prime minister’s father, the late Lee Kuan Yew, and in power since 1965 –... Read more
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Times of Malta
It’s official, we’re bananaWhat a sneak this Labour government has turned out to be, and such a spoilsport
It’s official, we’re banana
Times of Malta / Posted 10 days ago
What a sneak this Labour government has turned out to be, and such a spoilsport too. If only government ministers took a joint vacation and left these islands in peace for some time, then some of us would be able to get some sleep. Instead they... Read more
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Times of Malta
Mintoff’s daughter surprised by statue reversalThe elder daughter of former Labour premier Dom Mintoff has expressed surprise
Mintoff’s daughter surprised by statue reversal
Times of Malta / Posted 10 days ago
The elder daughter of former Labour premier Dom Mintoff has expressed surprise at the government’s decision to scrap the statue of her father that was to be placed in the revamped Castille Square, Valletta. Yana Mintoff confirmed her family had... Read more
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Times of Malta
Mintoff monument design scrappedA Castille Square monument to Dom Mintoff, selected in 2013, has been scrapped
Mintoff monument design scrapped
Times of Malta / Posted 12 days ago
A Castille Square monument to Dom Mintoff, selected in 2013, has been scrapped for undisclosed reasons. The decision was taken by the Office of the Prime Minister despite opposition from members of the Mintoff family and staunch Labour... Read more
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WA Today
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply lineA Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels af
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply line
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
A Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels after a firefight in Verviers, Belgium, in January last year. The train gunman has been tentatively linked to a terror cell in Verviers. Photo: AP Brussels: The ease with... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply lineA Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels af
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply line
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
A Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels after a firefight in Verviers, Belgium, in January last year. The train gunman has been tentatively linked to a terror cell in Verviers. Photo: AP Brussels: The ease with... Read more
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Times of Malta
Mintoff monument scrappedA monument to Dom Mintoff selected in 2013 has been scrapped for undisclosed re
Mintoff monument scrapped
Times of Malta / Posted 12 days ago
A monument to Dom Mintoff selected in 2013 has been scrapped for undisclosed reasons and the monument will no longer have pride of place in the revamped Castille Square, Valletta, The Sunday Times of Malta can reveal. The decision was taken by the... Read more
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WA Today
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into actionFrom left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a pres
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into action
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
From left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a press conference at Arras City Hall of the events on the Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris. Photo: Arras City Hall, AP Paris: It was 5.45pm, a normal Friday afternoon on... Read more
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The Age
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply lineA Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels af
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply line
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
A Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels after a firefight in Verviers, Belgium, in January last year. The train gunman has been tentatively linked to a terror cell in Verviers. Photo: AP Brussels: The ease with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply lineA Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels af
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply line
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
A Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels after a firefight in Verviers, Belgium, in January last year. The train gunman has been tentatively linked to a terror cell in Verviers. Photo: AP Brussels: The ease with... Read more
6 related stories
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Canberra Times
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into actionFrom left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a pres
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into action
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
From left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a press conference at Arras City Hall of the events on the Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris. Photo: Arras City Hall, AP Paris: It was 5.45pm, a normal Friday afternoon on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply lineA Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels af
Attacker boarded train next door to known gun supply line
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
A Belgian commando patrols near the office of the prime minister in Brussels after a firefight in Verviers, Belgium, in January last year. The train gunman has been tentatively linked to a terror cell in Verviers. Photo: AP Brussels: The ease with... Read more
6 related stories
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Brisbane Times
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into actionFrom left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a pres
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into action
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
From left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a press conference at Arras City Hall of the events on the Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris. Photo: Arras City Hall, AP Paris: It was 5.45pm, a normal Friday afternoon on... Read more
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The Age
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into actionFrom left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a pres
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into action
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
From left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a press conference at Arras City Hall of the events on the Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris. Photo: Arras City Hall, AP Paris: It was 5.45pm, a normal Friday afternoon on... Read more
2459 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into actionFrom left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a pres
A shot, a glimpse of an AK-47, and three friends spring into action
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
From left to right: Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Chris Norman tell a press conference at Arras City Hall of the events on the Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris. Photo: Arras City Hall, AP Paris: It was 5.45pm, a normal Friday afternoon on... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Museveni Ceding Power to Younger Generation, Says MPAmuru — A Uganda People's Defence Forces' (UPDF) representative in Parliament,
Museveni Ceding Power to Younger Generation, Says MP
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
Amuru — A Uganda People's Defence Forces' (UPDF) representative in Parliament, Maj Gen Julius Oketta, has said President Museveni is making a smooth transition of leadership to the young generation. Speaking to at least 500 cadres at Pabbo Secondary... Read more
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Australian Policy Online
The policy worker and the professor: understanding how New Zealand policy workers utilise academic researchHow do policy workers actually use academic research and advice? While there ar
The policy worker and the professor: understanding how New Zealand policy workers utilise academic research
Australian Policy Online / Posted 16 days ago
How do policy workers actually use academic research and advice? While there are several recent studies regarding this question from other Westminster jurisdictions, similar academic studies have been rare in New Zealand. So far, most of the local... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Deal With Climate Change, Boost Economy'What is the simplest meaning of climate change? Climate change is changing of
'Deal With Climate Change, Boost Economy'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
What is the simplest meaning of climate change? Climate change is changing of elements of weather such as temperature, rainfall, wind, over a long period of time. Although those elements change naturally, human-induced activities have accelerated... Read more
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New Kerala
Modi's special package to Bihar is a charity auction: RJD Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the announcement of a speci
Modi's special package to Bihar is a charity auction: RJD
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the announcement of a special package for Bihar, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Manoj Jha termed it as a 'charity auction'. "He is not... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
N$1 Billion Govt Park On the CardsTHE government is planning to construct a new government office park worth clos
N$1 Billion Govt Park On the Cards
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
THE government is planning to construct a new government office park worth close to N$1 billion in the heart of Windhoek. This means that within the next five years, government will have to spend about N$5 billion in building offices. Works... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Boomerang indigenous arts festival reduced to a stage at Bluesfest as it struggles to surviveBoomerang Festival director Rhoda Roberts says a lack of commitment to Indigeno
Boomerang indigenous arts festival reduced to a stage at Bluesfest as it struggles to survive
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Boomerang Festival director Rhoda Roberts says a lack of commitment to Indigenous arts has forced a rethink of the event's format. Photo: Janie Barrett JEM Rhoda Roberts has lashed the federal government, saying its lack of commitment to Indigenous... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
// Hoebes Speaks Out On Occupational SegregationThe Deputy Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Christine // Hoebes, s
// Hoebes Speaks Out On Occupational Segregation
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
The Deputy Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Christine // Hoebes, said alongside economic policies that can create decent jobs, measures are needed to challenge the persistent devaluation of "women's work" that drives occupational... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt to Raise University Non-Teaching Staff SalariesBy Patience Ahimbisibwe And Racheal Irene Nalubega Kampala — Government has ag
Govt to Raise University Non-Teaching Staff Salaries
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
By Patience Ahimbisibwe And Racheal Irene Nalubega Kampala — Government has agreed to enhance salaries of public universities' non-teaching staff this financial year but warned the money will be paid in two phases starting next year. Although the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tender Inside Trading Worries NOATHE Anti-Corruption Commission has conceded that a galore of complaints about g
Tender Inside Trading Worries NOA
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
THE Anti-Corruption Commission has conceded that a galore of complaints about government tenders involve inside trading by officials who use state machinery to benefit their families and cronies. ACC director Paulus Noa made this remark in a report... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Rowley: Laptop initiative failedLeader of the Opposition Dr Keith Rowley says a report prepared by the UWI Facu
Rowley: Laptop initiative failed
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
Leader of the Opposition Dr Keith Rowley says a report prepared by the UWI Faculty of Social Sciences on the role of the Government’s multi-million dollar laptop initiative failed to significantly assist the students in their overall... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ilukena's Fate in Simataa's HandsYOUTH permanent secretary Alfred Ilukena's fate over his role in the awarding t
Ilukena's Fate in Simataa's Hands
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
YOUTH permanent secretary Alfred Ilukena's fate over his role in the awarding the controversial N$3 billion food tender now lies with secretary to Cabinet George Simataa. Ilukena was involved in various meetings where a decision was made to award... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Soldiers and SRPs for election duty—AlfonsoDefence Force reserves and Special Reserve Police officers are being called out
Soldiers and SRPs for election duty—Alfonso
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
Defence Force reserves and Special Reserve Police officers are being called out and various security exercises are being implemented for the election campaign period which is due to intensify from this weekend’s political party rallies. National... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Napa faces closure over health, safety concernsThe National Academy for the Performing Arts, Port-of-Spain, will be shut down
Napa faces closure over health, safety concerns
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
The National Academy for the Performing Arts, Port-of-Spain, will be shut down indefinitely and evacuated as health and safety concerns have made it uninhabitable, says Arts and Multiculturalism Minister Lincoln Douglas. The building, which was... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Pan rises in TrinidadWey pan reach? This was the question asked in song many years ago by calypsonia
Pan rises in Trinidad
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
Wey pan reach? This was the question asked in song many years ago by calypsonian Cro Cro. Well, the question was answered last week by Pan Trinbago Inc and musicians from 42 steelbands from T&T, three continents and the Caribbean Basin. Pan, the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Thousands of Refugees and Host Community Farmers Set to Benefit As OPM, UNHCR and WFP Sign Landmark Self-Reliance AgreementKampala — A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Commissioner for Refugees
Thousands of Refugees and Host Community Farmers Set to Benefit As OPM, UNHCR and WFP Sign Landmark Self-Reliance Agreement
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
Kampala — A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Commissioner for Refugees David Kazungu of the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), UNHCR Country Representative Neimah Warsame, and WFP acting Country Director Michael Dunford, committing to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Vision 2030 Is Attainable - //HoebesThe Deputy Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Christine //Hoebes says
Vision 2030 Is Attainable - //Hoebes
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
The Deputy Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Christine //Hoebes says there is still much to be done in the remaining 15 years to Vision 2030. Vision 2030 would see Namibia become industrialised, and while there is still much needed to... Read more
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