Gerard Hoarau: A life cut short
3rd January 2019
Tribute was paid again to the memory of Gerard Hoarau who died in the cause of fighting for democracy in Seychelles.Gerard, who had been living in exile, was shot dead outside his home in North London... more...
Protest: Thousands take to the streets demanding a fresh Presidential election
13th November 2018
By Lewis Betsy There are growing public protests over the refusal of Danny Faure to hold a fresh Presidential election.But is he listening?I wish he was. The state of Seychelles needs someone to ... more...
13th November 2018
It all came as a bit of a surprise, she said, but Ketsia Marie has found herself crowned Miss Creole Des Iles Seychelles 2018.The 20-year-old student from Au Cap took the title at the the beauty pagea... more...
Big opportunity for sea viewing: The Calypso glass-bottomed boat with room for 30 passengers
13th November 2018
By John Lablache Seychelles’ tiny capital, Victoria, is sheltered from the Indian Ocean by a string of islands which also constitute the Ste Anne Marine Park, one of the archipelago’s... more...
Decision time for Seychelles: Dr Patrick Herminie
13th November 2018
By Lewis BetsyThe drug problem is Seychelles is becoming critical for the future of all its young people.I have long campaigned for action to stop a drugs culture which is today spiralling out of cont... more...
11th October 2018
The new Miss Regatta is Gabriella Gonthier from Beau Vallon. Gabriella, 20, took the title – and also won best creative wear – at a ceremony at Beau Vallon in which 14 contestants, above, ... more...
Response: Minister Myriam Télémaque and immigration officials at the FPAC hearing
11th October 2018
The sensitive issue of how Seychellois citizenship is granted to foreign nationals came up again at a hearing of the National Assembly.It had earlier prompted the Finance and Public Accounts Committee... more...
11th October 2018
Danny Faure has shown his gratitude to the men and women who represent Seychelles overseas. The President met with the nine ambassadors and one chargé d’affaires, for an hour at State Hou... more...

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Storm as President Michel quits and names Faure as successor 30 September 2016
A political storm erupted when President James Michel said he was resigning and will step down from his post in weeks.Th......
A day to remember in the history of Seychelles 30 September 2016
By Lewis BetsyThe celebrations started early on Sunday 18th September, with a big crowd at Freedom Square. It was very i......
We won because the ruling party had lost touch with the electorate... and I thanked God for the result 30 September 2016
Patrick Pillay, now the new Speaker of the sixth National Assembly of Seychelles. is the elected member of the Linyon De......
Top artist ask Sir James if she can paint his portrait 30 September 2016
 One of Britain’s foremost artists has told James R. Mancham, that she would love to do a portrait of himShe ......
At long last, Seychelles has become a nation of equals 12 September 2016
By Lewis Betsy   Democracy has at last prevailed in Seychelles and today I can breathe a sigh of relief. The u......
Smile Bernadette, you are famous 06 September 2016
A smile can get you anywhere and now Bernadette Bonnelame's beaming face has made her internationally famous. Clearly......
High hopes as Regatta aims to raise money for schools water project 06 September 2016
The annual Seychelles Regatta will take place at the Beau Vallon venue from September 30 to October 2. This charity fun......
How Michell lost a great opportunity to help Seychelles heal the wounds of the past 06 September 2016
COMMENT by Lewis Betsy   The decision by President Michel to set up an Anti Corruption Commission was a very goo......
I live in hope that Seychelles will soon have a National Assembly that represents us all 06 September 2016
By Lewis Betsy The Seychelles National Assembly elections are almost on us and predictably enough the talk around the......

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Seychellois in London pay tribute to the sacrifice of Gerard Hoarau
3rd January 2019
Gerard Hoarau: A life cut short
Tribute was paid again to the memory of Gerard Hoarau who died in the cause of fighting for democracy… more...
Thousands of protesters demand a fresh Presidential election, so why isn't Danny Faure listening?
13th November 2018
Protest: Thousands take to the streets demanding a fresh Presidential election
By Lewis Betsy There are growing public protests over the refusal of Danny Faure to hold a… more...
Surprise! Ketsia is crowned Miss Creole
13th November 2018
It all came as a bit of a surprise, she said, but Ketsia Marie has found herself crowned Miss Creole… more...
Seeing the wonders of the sea through a glass-bottom boat
13th November 2018
Big opportunity for sea viewing: The Calypso glass-bottomed boat with room for 30 passengers
By John Lablache Seychelles’ tiny capital, Victoria, is sheltered from the Indian Ocean… more...
Drugs, Seychelles... and the people looking the other way as dealers corrupt our young
13th November 2018
Decision time for Seychelles: Dr Patrick Herminie
By Lewis BetsyThe drug problem is Seychelles is becoming critical for the future of all its young… more...
Gabriella is Miss Regatta 2018
11th October 2018
The new Miss Regatta is Gabriella Gonthier from Beau Vallon. Gabriella, 20, took the title –… more...
Citizenship, the President and the National Assembly
11th October 2018
Response: Minister Myriam Télémaque and immigration officials at the FPAC hearing
The sensitive issue of how Seychellois citizenship is granted to foreign nationals came up again… more...
President thanks the envoys who fly the flag for Seychelles
11th October 2018
Danny Faure has shown his gratitude to the men and women who represent Seychelles overseas. The… more...
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