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The Government Island Wide Network (GINET) WiFi Zone for Castries  was launched Wednesday with the assistance of the people and Government of Taiwan. Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, writing on his official Facebook page, observed that the GINet Project seeks to improve WiFi connectivity in public areas of cities and towns whilst providing residents, tourists, and […]

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The annual Feed The Poor Christmas lunch brought much joy to recipients, as well as the organizers and contributors of the event. The Feed The Poor lunch is fast becoming a feature on the Christmas calendar of events.
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German news magazine Der Spiegel has sacked an award-winning staff writer, the BBC has reported. The magazine accused him of inventing details and quotes in numerous stories. Claas Relotius “falsified articles on a grand scale and even invented characters”, Der Spiegel said. Among the articles in question are major features that had been nominated for […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England — Dominica-born Baroness Patricia Scotland, the current Commonwealth secretary-general, has lost yet another case in the Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal, adding yet more controversy to her already embattled tenure. The case – Ojiambo v Commonwealth Secretariat – was brought against the Commonwealth by a former deputy secretary-general, Dr […]

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According to the St. Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority, the conditions at the Deglos land-fill are much improved. However, the challenges of poor garbage disposal practices by both businesses and homes are resulting in garbage pile up in many locations in the north of Saint Lucia. The pile up may also be the result of the delay …
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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com NASSAU, Bahamas — As reports of multiple sexual assaults on visitors at its Caribbean resorts gain increased traction in US media, Sandals Resorts International (SRI) has denied all such allegations and said that claims of attempts to cover up these incidents are untrue. SRI also said […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com WASHINGTON, USA — In an attempt to curb migration and keep Central American citizens at home, billions of aid and development dollars are set to make its way to the Central American region through Mexico, US officials said on Tuesday. Mexican president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, […]

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It’s official, the Police Welfare Association (PWA) has severed ties with the Trade Union Federation (TUF). The sign had been on the wall over the past few days, that the police welfare association was not satisfied with its membership of the Trade Union umbrella organization. The leadership of the PWA believes the interest of its …
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ROAD TOWN, BVI — The British Virgin Islands marked the 40th anniversary of the end of grant-in-aid from the united Kingdom at a special dinner on 15th December 2018 to commemorate the territory’s success in becoming financially self-sufficient by 1978 and no longer requiring financial assistance from Britain to fund the government’s budget. Guests gathered […]

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The National Workers Union (NWU) says its new approach of greater engagement is bearing fruit. The new NWU approach, seeks to have the workers through their shop stewards present at its negotiations and tackles issues before they become intractable. In an HTS exclusive interview on the current industrial climate, the NWU, through its Deputy Manager Solace Myers …
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