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Skychef celebrates 45 years of culinary excellence

Over 200 staff who work for Skychef Servair had great cause for celebrations yesterday as the service catering business clocked 45 years of culinary excellence. In a short ceremony held on its premises at Pointe Larue, the founder of Skychef, the late Panos Papakokkinos was recognised by his daughter Georgia Van Heyste and Skychef chief executive Neville Morel. Mrs Van ...

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Private sector of Seychelles ready to support beauty queen’s project

 A group of contractors from the island’s private sector along with representatives from key governmental departments met the newly crowned Miss Seychelles…another world 2016 Christine Barbier last week to learn more on her beauty with a purpose project. Miss Barbier presented her project to those who attended the meeting which was held at the Seychelles Tourism Board’s (STB) headquarters, Espace ...

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Hilton Seychelles Hotels group thanks outgoing cluster general manager and welcomes new leaders

A special cocktail reception was hosted at the Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa recently to thank and bid farewell the former cluster manager of Hilton Seychelles Hotels Claus Steiner and to welcome two new general managers. Attending the event were the Designated Minister Vincent Meriton, the Minister for Tourism and Culture Alain St.Ange, PS for Tourism Anne Lafortune, other ...

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New business specialises in idyllic beach weddings

Seychelles Beach Weddings is a small business which organises beach weddings for mainly tourists but locals also are catered for. It is owned by Natasha Mahoune, a young lady of Au Cap, Mahé. Seychelles Beach Weddings gives a personal touch to the event as the organiser is present throughout the ceremony to make sure everything goes well. Whether you are ...

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Conseil National des Arts : un festival du rire sur les rails aux Seychelles

Les seychellois participent depuis quelques années au festival du rire à l’Ile Maurice. Le dernier en date, fût celui de mai 2016. Alors, pourquoi pas un festival à Victoria ? Après plusieurs échanges avec la troupe mauricienne « Komiko », le Conseil National des Arts des Seychelles, en collaboration avec la production « Tanmi »,  ont organisé pour la première fois une audition d’humoristes locaux ...

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GALA Magazine of Germany confirms that Amal Clooney and Duchess Kate had their Honeymoon on the same island in the Seychelles

Stars such as Georg Clooney and Amal like to vacation in sustainable eco-resorts, which are higher classed then some of the most luxurious hotels. It is nowaccepted that a Seychelles Honeymoon is in a class of its own. After the fairytale wedding followed the fairytale trip: Prince William and Duchess Kate spent their honeymoon in the Seychelles. In the exclusive resort on ...

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Famous Jamaican dancehall artist Konshens performs for Seychellois fans

Seychelles once again welcomed an international star to its shores this time around it was renowned dancehall artist Garfield Delano Spence better known across the world as Konshens. Hailing from Jamaica, Konshens travelled to the beautiful shores of Seychelles on June 28 to perform for his fans there. Held at the mini stadium in the heart of Victoria, the show ...

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Air Seychelles supports Mike Ballard Rugby Foundation goodwill missions

Health ministry receives donation of 20 wheelchairs Air Seychelles is supporting the Mike Ballard Rugby Foundation by sponsoring its Conquistadors team air travel and shipment of cargo for a goodwill mission to Seychelles and Madagascar. On its way to Madagascar from Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, Mr Ballard and the Conquistadors rugby team transited through Seychelles during which time he handed ...

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Fireworks and a flyover highlight Seychelles 40th independence celebration

Seychelles celebrated its 40th independence Wednesday in a ceremony highlighted by a fly-over from Air Seychelles — a first for the national airline and a display from Chinese performers. To commemorate the country’s 40 years of independence, local organisers had promised a more spectacular ceremony this year. Two Twin Otters and one Airbus 330 carried out the fly-over while flown ...

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