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234Next Archive for December 2009Rss

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Senate president denies plot to remove Yar'adua

Monday, December 07, 2009

Prisoners in pursuit of knowledge

Bode George gets no special treatment, says Prisons boss

Large turnout at recruitment test highlights unemployment levels

Press Council Bill is work in progress

Blaming the banks

Group demands removal of Ogun Police Commissioner

I couldn't reconcile NNPC accounts as minister, says Etiebet

Lagos State varsity continues to ignore governor’s resumption order

Road Safety officials arrest 1695 motorcyclists over helmet rule

Adviser denies withholding president’s letter to assembly

Strong competition needed for stable democracy

Farmers say budgetary allocation to sector is too small

Market activities contradict negative expectation

Delay to Nigeria oil reform bill may stall investment

Ratings agency gives bank thumbs up

FIBA Club Championship: Pillars face Kenya Port Authority in opener

Olympics committee boss, Gumel remains suspended

Cowries Rugby Club savour Dubai tour

Falilat raises the bar for aspiring athletes

NEXT TURN: Ayamakataa

S(H)IBBOLETH: Programmed to expect the worst

Commercial love

What is Zeez?

Hand washing: weapon of mass ‘germ' destruction

United Nations climate talks open, deal ‘within reach'

Rights group slams South Africa on health care for immigrants

Reverse Gear to the Rescue

Waging war against cancer

Police issue warrant for Ribadu, El-Rufai's arrest

Messi, Ronaldo for World Footballer of the Year

Nigeria govt wants to exit rescued banks quickly

U.N. climate talks open deal within reach

Cup teams kick off climate meet with CO2 pledge

Kenya denies hiding Rwanda genocide suspect

Seven children killed by bomb at Baghdad school

The Mystery of a Woman's Handbag

Asoju Oba: triumph of experience over youth

No Group B team should be underrated, say former Eagles players

Tiger Wood’s $100 million car crash

No place for the poor

Planning to fail

Shell, communities partner against HIV/AIDS

Uganda earns more from mineral exports

Tax agency arraigns two for forgery

Lecturers blame governor for Ogun varsity mass sack

Sunday, December 06, 2009

Britain mulls 10-year ban on fake visa applicants

Ogun police start vehicle inspection exercise

Ex-militants cautioned against acts of lawlessness

Govt assures farmers of assistance

Group calls for completion of Asaba Airport

Educator wants parents to counsel girls on drug abuse

Curbing infections during harmattan

PDP leader advocates medical fitness test for political aspirants

Local governments to contribute N40 million to agric project

Education board commences school census

Press council bill gets support from journalists

Police attack empties community in Ogun State

Masari in soup for opposing Yar Adua

Sexual harassment in the workplace

The real Super Eagles ne-Messi-s

Depth and desire set Spain apart in Davis Cup

Rush for bond market triggers price hike

Climate Change: the choice we must avoid

Letter to Machiavelli

The debt we owe our children

New funding for tertiary institutions

Experts blame government for NITEL’s woes

The road less travelled by financial institutions in Nigeria

The chroma king

Nigeria wins Big Brother Africa

Saturday, December 05, 2009

WORDS FOLLOW ME: The Reader Artist

Forever Bronze

Why I'm bringing the New York Film Academy to Nigeria

STUDIO VISIT: Ariyo Oguntimehin

Borders and Frontiers at the Bamako Biennial

Presidential aide stalls debt payment

Stalemate on Niger Delta development

Infant deaths rise due to slow legislative work

My own story, by Adesanya

HERE AND THERE: Tyger, tyger, burning bright

MONEY MATTERS: A timely resolution

SECTION 39: The ticking electoral clock

Failing our women and children

A melting pot of African visual art

ELAN PERSONALITY: Alexander the Great

Cloudleap sees great things in small packages

There’s something fishy about this

PERSONAL FINANCE THROUGH LIFE'S STAGES: Single parents and money matters

The million dollar reasons why Eagles must excel in South Africa

Nadal's Spain bids for two in a row

Eagles facing striker crisis ahead of Nations Cup

Bringing boxing back to life

Enyimba looking to trap Ranchers Bees in Aba

North-East, South-South sweep titles

Athletics is Dung's key to survival

Officer killed in police clash with Ogun youth

Police arrest Ondo lawmakers over election malpractices

Spectacle(s) or Sunglasses

Ibori Case: I'm not intimidated-Judge

RUKKY'S FROCKS: Stereotypically fascinating

For Love of the Jersey

All I want for Christmas

Calls grow to break up WTO deal

Agency plans technology programme for schools

Fixtures

Court to rule on former drug agency boss’ case

Paddy’s Paradise

Judicial council must speak on Osun tribunal allegations

Promises, Promises

Civil servant loses N1m to car burglars

Friday, December 04, 2009

Eagles draw Argentina, Greece for World Cup

Nigeria to play Argentina again

Live coverage of the draws for the FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010.

Appeal Court pulls the rug from under Soludo

Welcome to NEXT's coverage of the draws for the FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010.

When surviving is all that matters

Yar’Adua’s health has no immediate impact on economy

Rangers, Shooting Stars tango to rekindle rivalry in Ibadan

Tertiary institutions jostle for government fund

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Four fours from forty-four

We won’t go back to work, say varsity unions

Expert wants National Assembly to pass information bill

New Ebonyi capital city ready by 2010

Delta Community threatens oil company over spillage

Court jails two for armed robbery

‘2009 capital vote to MDAs released in full’

Labour Congress seeks membership from informal sector

Ekiti makes law to protect the disabled

Anxiety as Oshiomhole’s aides remain with kidnappers

Reps group rally support for ailing Yar’Adua

Airspace agency to ground indebted international airlines

Beautiful city on the coast

Nigeria LNG to get more gas by 2010

Government looks to nuclear power

All eyes on Cape Town, as Eagles pray for favourable draw

Anthony, Salau battle for Asoju Oba trophy

Facebook tightens privacy as users hit 350 million

Governors condemn calls for Yar'Adua's resignation

A House of Planks on the Marina

Governing by pronouncement

Power must change hands

A week without Turai

Tiger Woods admits transgressions, apologizes

Mimiko advises against violence in Saturday's poll

Eagles may face familiar foes in South Africa

Desertec aims to power Europe with Africa's sunlight

I could have been killed, says Obasanjo

Wednesday, December 02, 2009

A nestful of stories

Chronicles of The Illest

Be brave, wear the designer's hat

Festive exterior décor

FOOD MATTERS: Nostalgic sardine omelette

UNCOMMON LAW:How will the disabled vote?

Mensis horribilis

Winning the piracy fight

Police commission requires N420b annually for reforms

Nigeria won't change overnight, says Peter Enahoro

Cause of Ebute Metta railway inferno still unknown

Police save robbery suspect from mob attack

A contract awaiting completion

Kano proposes N200b central business district

DIVIVE INTERVENTION WITHOUT GOOD PREPARATION WILL COUNT FOR NOTHING

Australian officials want Williams on best behaviour

Obiekwu to lead club to Lagos for grassroots tourney

Spain clear Davis Cup favourites despite Nadal's doubt

Ghana target Inter forward Balotelli for World Cup

Tiger Woods admits "transgressions", apologizes

UN agency tackles climate change, food security

World economy's bailout funds raise concerns

This Eagle wants to see the world again

EFCC says its has made anti-corruption fight popular

Lawmaker threatens protest over Benin-Ore road

Onabanjo varsity sacks 1000

Two Nigerians sue Shell at The Hague

No cassava, no flour

EFCC arrests four officials of Intercontinental Bank

Half of 2009 budget has been implemented, Babalola says

Developing countries cut tariffs on South-South trade

Ministers reject call for Yar'Adua resignation

Procter & Gamble unveils new slogan for ‘Always'

Emirates SkyCargo F1

Embracing export

Petroleum industry bill controversy assumes a new twist

Nigeria risks de-listing from global extractive industry initiative

Police stop alleged plot to kill NURTW executive

Council of Ministers says no ground for the president to resign

No hiding place for Super Eagles

Ex-militant blames selfishness for Niger Delta woes

Court reserves ruling on Bode George bail pending appeal

Government earns N900b from Bonga field

Congo ex-warlord held in Rwanda seeks release

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Adamawa releases N20m for abandoned projects

UN rights boss denounces Swiss ban on minarets

Civil Defence Corps raids illegal maternity home

Michael Jackson, Facebook: Most ‘Googled’ words of 2009

NYSC Club commences free medicare for traders

Niger to spend N975m on ICT park

Police to deploy 3,000 officers for Ondo bye-election

Bayelsa PDP Primaries: Sylva, Ebebi shift battle to Abuja

Pipeline repairs delay Pan Ocean gas plant take off

Lack of product caused scarcity, says petroleum union

Industrial grain suppliers complain of poor sales

Hygeia secures partnership to support growth plans

Lights, camera, action!

Messi is Europe’s new emperor

Boyo wants more women in film

Don’t call him an entertainer

Woods withdraws from tournament, not talking

Coming home this Christmas

LITTLE ENDS: A day in the life of the National Assembly

X-Trail: Baby, one more time

National Assembly to reconcile on budget presentation, says House leader

Bankole says Nigeria spent N85 billion on defence in three years

US Consulate campaigns against HIV/AIDS stigma

What will tomorrow bring

Firm promises to fight ATM fraud with Verve card

Susan Boyle makes UK chart history with debut album

Marion Jones hopes for basketball redemption: report

Fire outbreak at Railway Corporation

Stepping into universality

U.S. unemployed face higher healthcare premiums

Tiger Woods cited for careless driving

GM sales fall 2.2 percent in November

Oil rises more than $1 on China, weak dollar

Chris Brown to appera on 20/20

WORDS FOLLOW ME: Letter to a Young Writer 6

Amnesty, Saudi Arabia and Zazu

Time to go, prominent Nigerians tell Yar'Adua

Nigerians undergo training in film making

An apology to the witches

Under fire El-Rufai gets support from foreign shores

True face of governance at the grassroots

Removing the tiger’s talons

Political parties prepare for Ondo federal election

A Hairstyle for your Face

Arab states move to stifle Dubai crisis

Serena fined $175,000 for U.S. Open tirade

For poverty reduction, agricultural research is the key

Oil majors invest N2.940 trillion in deepwater operations

Party wants implementation of police reform report

Mother-child transmission slowing Nigeria’s HIV/AIDS fight

Algerian Guantanamo detainee transferred to France

Egypt police kill African migrant at Israel border

US blasts Sudan over Darfur peacekeeper harassment

Gabonese give Bongo son a chance - for now

Monday, November 30, 2009

Son of the light

Work on Akanu Ibiam Airport begins

Applications for indigeneship in Bauchi yet to be treated

New Nigerian Newspapers close down as workers protest

Agitation for states creation will stop with true federalism

No vacancy in Aso Rock

Global economy still highly vulnerable, says IMF

Piracy cripples Information Technology development in Nigeria

PDP official challenges Bankole over comments

Finbank’s former chief gets date for new charges

Agency gives assurance of steady supply of petrol

Police apologises over officer’s misbehaviour

UNIBEN gets substantive Vice Chancellor amidst protest

Anti-graft agency investigates U-17 World Cup

European Commission funds 11 cultural projects in West Africa

Lawyers at war over Yar'adua

Presidency wants N82 million for its power generators in 2010

Debt Office raises alarm on domestic debt

At last, Woods breaks silence

Eagles coach prays our boys avoid Brazil and Spain

That directive to FIRS

The power of incapacitation

Sex Education

Grave Cemetery