Wednesday, November 06
The financial situation of the five municipalities is difficult with an estimated Rs 480 million for the 2014 budget deficits. This mainly due to an increase in payroll with the implementation of the report of the Pay Research Bureau (PRB) and one written by Dev Manraj. Thus, large projects have been suspended pending a better tomorrow.
Friday, September 27
Rs 1.5 M. This is the amount that the city council has decided to inject Curepipe to expand the temporary structure of the Forum of Curepipe. It was noted that the temporary structure installed there almost five months, no longer be suitable for gardeners that have taken place there.
Wednesday, September 11
After Quatre-Bornes in October 2012, is in Curepipe Bharat Telecom will launch its Internet connection via optical fiber. Will officially launch on Thursday.
Thursday, August 08
Installed for about eight months, new political teams cities have had time to clear the field and get to work. If for some priorities have not changed between the former directors and newcomers, for others, there is something new.
Tuesday, March 26
"Any new application for a building permit shall contain provisions for the installation of a system for collecting rainwater," says Kritanand Beeharry, president of the Public Health Committee of the Municipality of Curepipe. This measure is in force since the beginning of this month.
Monday, March 18
The Municipality of Curepipe is hoping to play the role of intermediary between job seekers and businesses.
Tuesday, January 29
Past two years, more than thirty food vendors operating in Square Bruce, next to Gare Jan Palach (Gare du sud) in Curepipe, awaiting relocation to Food Court to be built on the first floor located above the market town. But the project fell through.
Monday, December 10
Sept élus pour chacun des deux grands blocs en lice à Curepipe. C’est le Mouvement militant social démocrate (MMSD) d’Eric Guimbeau qui décidera qui dirigera la ville des fleurs.
Friday, October 19
Unprecedented situation! All cities are in the red. And it is not a matter of political color, but rather money. A call for help is launched at the Ministry of Finance.