Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sound system woes stall Vanuatu parliament

Sound system woes stall Vanuatu parliament

Vanuatu’s parliament has adjourned its first extra-ordinary sitting of the year until Monday over complaints about the sound system in the chamber. Both government and opposition members complained about the problem. The Speaker of parliament, Philip Boedoro, says he had ...

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Water meters to be tested for accuracy

Water meters to be tested for accuracy

The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism today officially commissioned a new Water Meter Test Bench. Acting Prime Minister, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum says the new machine allows an independent body to clarify any standard that is set out by the ...

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George Pataki makes long-shot bid for President

George Pataki makes long-shot bid for President

George Pataki, the Republican who won the governorship three times in heavily Democratic New York, is running for President in 2016. “My vision was not a partisan vision. It was a vision about people, about what we could accomplish together,” ...

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Samoa government newspaper editor convicted

Samoa government newspaper editor convicted

The District Court in Samoa has found the suspended editor of the government newspaper, Tupuola Terry Tavita, guilty of five assault charges. He is found guilty of two indecent assault charges, two of common assault and one of using insulting ...

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Blatter battles on, for now

Blatter battles on, for now

Beleaguered FIFA president Sepp Blatter has warned of “more bad news” for football’s scandal tainted world body but rejected calls to resign over a widening corruption scandal. Blatter, who faces a re-election vote Friday night, opened FIFA’s annual congress by ...

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