06 December 2017, 11:35 | Melvin Schneider
The proceeds from the sale of the 709-carat will be used to fund local development projects
Vandalizing squirrel sabotages NJ Christmas display
The annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in Sea Girt was threatened earlier this week when wires were severed, WNBC reported. The squirrel caused some holiday chaos after he chewed through the wires of the town's Christmas tree.
Boost for exports as Government announces more incentives
The commerce ministry has also brought a new trust-based self ratification scheme to allow duty-free import of inputs for exports.
Australian economy gets investment lift, but consumers struggle
Australia's economy is growing at an annual rate of 2.8% after a solid pick-up in private investment in the September quarter. Wage growth is crawling at the slowest rate ever, while the unemployment rate is still up around 5.5 percent.
N'Zonzi eyes Sevilla exit amid Premier League interest
He continued: "I'm indeed in London , but it's got nothing to do with a transfer or football. However, that rumour has been quashed since N'Zonzi was in London visiting his son.