Publications in RÉUNION


Almost 140 years since Chinese businessman Kwong Sue Duk first arrived in Darwin — where he built the famous Stonehouses to sell goods and store opium — about 50 of his descendants return from all over the country for a family reunion.
Star
6/27/2018

Paralyzed Humboldt Broncos player takes his first steps — and his family home gets a few upgrades
CALGARY—In between preparing for a flight to Philadelphia and going over floor plans, Michelle Straschnitzki watched a video of her son, Ryan, slowly take his first steps since the Humboldt crash.“It was really emotional for me to watch.

Kmart manager Brendda Burrows looks out over the Tutu Park store after its grand reopening. The end of June marked a new beginning for one of St. Thomas’ largest retail outlets, as early morning shoppers crowded the door of Kmart at Tutu Park Mall.

You’ve seen his tweet thanking supporters for congratulating him over “being right on radical Islamic terrorism,” his wild theory about Trump Tower supposedly being “tapped” by President Obama, and his now-infamous Cinc

The topic of immigration is on everyone’s front burner these days. For many, the interest, or the threat, of immigration comes from the effects any group of immigrants at any time have had on what one considers the dominant American culture. It has

Earlier this week, the European Commission published its proposals on migration and border security for the next EU budget (2021–2027). Financial support for migration, asylum, and border management is to almost triple, from €13 billion t

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Billy Graham saved souls there. Karl Wallenda once walked on a tightrope above the gridiron. The In the end, the Akron Rubber Bowl’s splendid past couldn’t save it from the wrecking ball. Allowed in recent decades to c
IPS News
5/22/2018

Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Löfven. Credit: ILOBy Erik LarssonSTOCKHOLM, May 22 2018 (IPS)There’s not one answer, no single solution, Stefan Löfven replies to a question about what the most important focus for the global labour market was.– But

After a successful inaugural run last year with over 30,000 fans turning out for the daylong, Foo Fighters-curated Cal Jam 17, the festival will return to Glen Helen Regional Park and Amphitheater in San Bernardino on Oct. 5-6. Foo Fighters will onc

Invasive rabbits have ravaged one of the most remote islands on the planet
The Kerguelen Islands are at the end of the world. They're in the southern Indian Ocean, halfway between Madagascar and Antarctica. A few dozen researchers inhabit a lonely field station. There's no airstrip. The boat trip from Reunion Island tak



Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar solar-plus-storage microgrid in Kansas City

Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar


Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification

Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification


Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New, Green Shine

Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New,


Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China

Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China


New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout strategy

New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout