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(CMC) – The United Nations’ International Labor Organization (ILO) says its “Labour Overview for Latin America and the Caribbean” is celebrating a quarter century of tracking labor markets in the region. The annual report tracks unemployment and other labour market indicators, and “highlights decent work deficits that need to be tackled. “For a quarter of ...

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(CMC) – A Caribbean American academic in New York has paid tribute to trailblazing Caribbean-American former New York Supreme Court justice and legislator William C. Thompson, Sr., who died on Christmas Eve. He was 94. Ron Howell, an associate professor in journalism at Brooklyn College, City University of New York, and author, said Thompson, whose ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) –Government has compiled a number of compelling arguments to prove that the no-confidence motion, though declared ‘passed’, is null, void, and of no effect on the basis that the opposition did not secure a majority in the National Assembly; and the voting process was further compromised by the involvement of an individual who ...

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(CMC) – National Security Minister Hermangild Francis has dismissed calls for his resignation as the island recorded its 43rd murder so far this year. “If the prime minister believes I am not being as efficient as I can be, then it is his prerogative to decide to change me,” Francis reportedly said, adding “so it ...

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Res­i­dents  of the Trinidad and Tobago community of Mt Lam­bert are using WhatsApp to keep their neighbourhood safe, the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian has reported. The newspaper said the residents have linked via What­sApp with the Barataria, San Juan and St Joseph po­lice sta­tions in an ef­fort to fight crime and form al­liances with to im­prove […]

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A Virginia woman has been charged with fatally shooting six puppies and discarding their remains over an embankment, according to the Associated Press. Quoting news outlets, the news agency said that the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office charged 39-year-old Betty G. Hemp, of Middlebrook, with six counts of felony animal cruelty and six misdemeanor charges of […]

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(CMC) – Incoming chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Prime Minister of St. Kitts Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris, says 2019 will be the year to combat chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) across the region. In his New Year’s message Harris said CARICOM will enter 2019 with “a renewed vigour and determination to maintain the momentum ...

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