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Roshni Mangar profiled in Mauritius daily newspaper

Following is an English translation of a story about fourth-year College of the Atlantic student Roshni Mangar in Le Mauricien, an independent daily French-language newspaper, one of the most widely read in her native Mauritius. 824 more words


Stop the cruel Mauritius monkey trade!

via Avaaz – Stop the cruel Mauritius monkey trade!.

Mauritius is the second largest supplier of monkeys for the research industry in the world, exporting up to 10,000 animals every year. 138 more words


Mauritius: Paranoia in paradise

I thought Mauritius might be the boring leg of my trip. How wrong I was.

The alternative title of this blog is ‘A Young Lady’s Passage’. 6,389 more words


Matthew Flinders memorial

The following photographs of the Matthew Flinders memorial on the island of Mauritius have fallen into my hands.

I present them here as my small contribution to the Australian historical record. 186 more words

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Getting ready for Mauritius

The wedding is around the corner and with it the planning for the honeymoon. We’re going to Mauritius and I can’t wait for it! The next two weeks will be absolutely hell in the office—my thoughts always circle around the wedding ceremony, the party and the honeymoon. 233 more words


Library profession in Mauritius and adaptation to changes

The 21st century, is marked as the age of electronic communication where knowledge and technology have become borderless and have become the basis for all appropriate decisions in relation to socioeconomic development of people. 797 more words


Mauritius, 001

I finally had the guts to talk to you. And then, I lost it.

Dear Mauritius,

I have always liked that name. I am sorry that you have to be nonexistent. 152 more words