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The President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA), Travis Chicot, has made it clear that the association will be fighting hard to ensure adequate financing for law enforcers next year. “We know for sure that our police officers do not receive the recognition, reward and remuneration they deserve for the dangerous, stressful, life-changing jobs that […]

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Nigeria’s Catholic Bishops have directed priests and people of consecrated life not to be involved in active partisan politics, it has been reported. According to Vatican News, the directive includes not publicly supporting any politician or political party. It asserted that  this is against the Church’s teaching, Canon Law, and policy. Vatican News reported that […]

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(CMC) – Telecommunications company FLOW has filed a lawsuit against the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL) in a bid to revoke the 700-spectrum license granted to the Irish-based company, Digicel. Public Utility Minister, Gregory Bowen, told Parliament Wednesday that the lawsuit has also includes the National Telecommunications and Regulatory Commission (NTRC). Bowen did not provide ...

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Minibus drivers in Saint Lucia say they are still awaiting word from Transport Minister, Guy Joseph, about the payment of a rebate for fuel. The cash is expected to amount to over one million dollars, according to one estimate. The money is due to the minibus drivers and covers an 8-month period this year, the […]

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(CMC) –The Dominica government says it is now in possession of more than 27 acres of land which it had leased to the US-owned Ross University that earlier this year relocated to Barbados. “We have always stated that the property which housed Ross University belonged to the state as per an agreement between the government ...

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(CMC) – The telecommunications company, Digicel, is seeking a meeting with Prime Minister Gaston Browne after he accused the Irish-owned company as well as another provider, with “raping” the people of Antigua and Barbuda. “Digicel notes with consternation the statements made …in the press by the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda with regard to ...

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(CMC) – Haiti has signed an agreement that will allow the Haiti Renewal Alliance” (HRA) to conduct an inventory of all Haitians in the Diaspora worldwide. The agreement was signed by Marnatha Irene Ternier, the Minister of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) and HRA president Firmin Baker in the presence of Guissepe Lopette, the head of ...

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(CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados are exploring the possibility of establishing a “potential partnership” on energy related matters including joint petroleum exploration, according to an official statement issued here on Wednesday. The Ministry of Energy and Energy Related Industries said that high level discussions were held recently involving delegations from the two countries ...

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A 39 year old man has been sentenced to 13 years in jail after a court in Saint Vincent found him guilty of raping his wife, CMC has reported. The incident occurred four years ago. An eight-member jury had, in November, also found the man guilty of assaulting his wife between October 15 and 18, […]

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(SNO) — Former Commerce Minister Emma Emma Hippolyte has questioned the rationale behind the ruling government’s decision to demolish a number of infrastructure project on the island. She said the government appears bent on demolishing everything in the world. “Why is the government demolishing everything in the world? Why?” she asked the media. “Why is ...

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