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GMOA to decide on strike on Thursday

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I express my sincere apologies - Mangala

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Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 11 July 2018

New Startup Brings Robotics into Seniors' Homes

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Senior citizens - adults 65 and older - will outnumber children in the United States for the first time by 2035, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.As their number increases, the demand for elder care is also growing.

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Family Nite and Sing – Along with Annesley and Super Chimes

After a lapse of four years there will be a mega musical event held in Mt Lavinia for the benefit of musical loving families who love everlasting songs of 60’s and 70’s in Sinhala and English to Sing-Along with. This will be in a get together format and as a fellowship evening. There will also be latest hit songs for dancing.

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Next album will be her last

Sheryl Crow will release her final album next year. The ‘If It Makes You Happy’ hitmaker explains she is keen to continue releasing music, but she doesn't feel full-length albums from artists like her will be in demand much longer.

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CIABOC gets 1,398 complaints

The Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC) has received 1,398 complaints from 1 January to 15 June, according to Director of Investigations at the Commission, Senior Superintendent of Police Priyantha Chandrasiri.

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GMOA threatens strike again

The Government Medical Officers’ Association (GMOA) yesterday (10) warned that it would strike on any day after 17 July, if the Government failed to resolve 10 of its issues, including making appropriate appointments for the vacant Deputy Administrative Grade Posts.

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