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By Michael Juhran You could say Jared Berrett is maybe a little crazy. Who else would give up a steady job teaching at the University of Uta...

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By James Stewart When I arrive in Tasmania, the state is going through one of its periodic environmental squabbles – and given that one ...

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By Mary Ferry Rome is an outdoor museum and an indoor masterpiece. Here are some not to miss things to see and do in the Italian capital.Rome ...

On an island less than 20 miles long, you won't have to drive very far to find adventure. From tropical beaches to desert landscapes and ancien...

Ceylon FT

A top Lankan delegation on the EU Fishery ban is scheduled to leave for Brussels on 30 March revealed the Seafood Exporters Association of Sri Lanka (SEASL) Chairman
BEIJING (Saturday) China's top planner tried to reassure foreign companies they are welcome in its slowing, state-dominated economy in a speech Sunday aimed at
Ceylon Finance Today: If vegetable prices have fallen sharply due to the prevailing good weather, the same however is not true as far as fish prices are concerned,
Friday: A shortened trading week because of Easter coupled with little US economic data means the gold market will be led by outside markets, according to some

Focus

Rear Admiral Sarath Weerasekara was with the Sri Lanka Navy for 35 years. In his long and distinguished career, he witnessed firsthand the ruthlessness of the Liberation
I was once again paying my last respects to a man I knew only by name, but said to be a gentlemen, a respectable man in society and one who had earned a good respect
A stinking property deal has now surfaced within the Slave Island area over a leasing of 273 perches prime commercial land.The Ceylon Today, in the lead story of
"Soon after we were released from the IDP camps in Settikulam, Vavuniya in 2010, there was no guarantee of our security. We felt quite insecure. Although we came

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