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Monday’s news 18

Monday’s news 18

Most of the news from Monday, April 18 in New Caledonia, with believers celebrating Easter together for the first time in two years, the local employment in question at Prony Resources, a weekend charged with police and tennis celebrates the place des Cocotiers.

Many believers gathered yesterday at Noumea Cathedral to pray especially for the Ukrainian people. While in Lifou, Protestants gathered to celebrate the resurrection of Christ during a convention in the Chepenehe tribe. Thousands of believers were present.

In Nouméa, the Quai Ferry was dressed in Easter colors yesterday to offer workshops for children. On the menu: chocolate to win, a treasure hunt and a puppet show.

The planned recruitment of 300 foreign workers at the South factory is resuming the debate over domestic employment. Management should get Usoenc, the majority union, to discuss this recruitment for the Lucy shipyard. Under the law on the provision of international services adopted in 2002, metallurgists may call companies outside the territory and their foreign employees only in the stages of construction or expansion of infrastructure.

The first assessment of the Easter weekend set by the national police: 49 people were placed in the cell of clarity and 23 people were arrested, 15 of them are subject to legal proceedings, mainly for cases of violence, theft and anger.

Promotion of values brought from tennis, is the target of socio-sports association “Fête le mur”, which aims to return children to a good dynamic, in the role of player, coach, referee or ball collector. Yesterday she organized a demonstration at the Place des Cocotiers, in Noumea.

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