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Lú Olo Calls For Better Navy Facilities To Secure Sea Border

Lú Olo Calls For Better Navy Facilities To Secure Sea Border

DILI: The President of the Republic has urged the ruling coalition government to take urgent action to improve navy facilities, investing in...

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Lú Olo Calls For Better Navy Facilities To Secure Sea Border

Lú Olo Calls For Better Navy Facilities To Secure Sea Border

DILI: The President of the Republic has urged the ruling coalition government to take urgent action to improve navy facilities, investing in...

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Fan Calls for TL Football to be Politics Free

Fan Calls for TL Football to be Politics Free

DILI: Leading Timor-Leste football observer Francisco Magalihas lashed out at the embattled Timor-Leste Football Federation (FFTL) saying its failure to represent the interests of all Timorese football players and fans,...

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More Timorese People than Ever Working Overseas to Support Families

More Timorese People than Ever Working Overseas to Support Families

DILI: 2018 saw a surge in people working abroad that has led to the first time overseas remittance money was the second largest contributor to Timor-Leste’s economy, behind oil.

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CNRT Denies Lay Escaping from High Court Summons

CNRT Denies Lay Escaping from High Court Summons

DILI: Despite calls from the High Court claiming that he had missed his scheduled court appearance to defend corruption allegations, the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) party is sticking...

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Starbucks Adds Timor-Leste Coffee to Global Range

Starbucks Adds Timor-Leste Coffee to Global Range

Coffee lovers in the United States and Canada now have the chance to taste the unique flavour of Timor-Leste’s beans, with global coffee giant Starbucks adding coffee from the half-island...

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Rice Prices Soar In Covalima As Poor Roads Effect Transport

Rice Prices Soar In Covalima As Poor Roads Effect Transport

DILI: The cost of rice is forecast to continue to rise in some rural areas after the effects of heavy rain has cut transport of basic goods pushing up prices...

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