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(CMC) – The Bahamas government has confirmed that a 61-year-old man has died from the HINI influenza, otherwise known as swine flu. Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands, who was unable to provide any specifics about the case, said the death occurred last week. “H1N1 speaks to a particular subtype of influenza and the technically correct ...

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(CMC) – Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant has called for a truce to street demonstrations by opposition parties as the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country prepare to celebrate the Christmas holidays. “I appeal to the patriotism of all, to surpass ourselves, so as to offer the population a climate of lull to allow him to approaching ...

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(CMC) – The Jamaica-based Sandals Resorts has categorically denied allegations that it is covering up allegations of sexual assault on two American female guests insisting that it stands ready to “vigorously defend itself in court”. In a statement, Sandals said “recent allegations of cover-ups by our organisation are false and are gross misrepresentations of not ...

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Sandals Resorts has strongly denied allegations that it is covering up allegations of sexual assault on two American females. The Jamaica Observer, quoting a statement from the resort Monday, said Sandals described allegations of cover-ups as false. According to the statement, the allegations are a gross misrepresentation of not only the facts, but what Sandals stands […]

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Castries East MP, Philip J. Pierre, has spoken out against a break in at the Marchand Community Centre. Criminals also vandalised the property, leaving graffiti in the building. According to one report, what they could not take, they destroyed. The intruders also poured detergent into flour supplies meant for the after school programme for students […]

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The countdown is on for the HTS Person of the Year. The selection committee has shortlisted four candidates for this year’s award. Members of the public will soon be invited to vote for their preferred nominee. One of our four nominees is the Mayor of Castries His Worship Peterson Francis. The Mayor was selected for his relentless drive to …
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The community of Babonneau will now have the services of its fire station at its disposal. This should mean far shorter wait for emergency services to come to their assistance. The recent graduation of a batch of fire men and women, made the operation of the fire service a possibility.
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The Ministry Of Health is expecting to have the OKEU Hospital fully opened by the first quarter of next year. 2019 should be a busy year for health, following what has been a very difficult 2018.
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The Yemeni mother of a dying boy in California is being prevented from seeing him due to a US ban on visitors from her country, the family says. The BBC reports that two-year-old Abdullah Hassan was born with a brain disease that doctors say he will not survive. His relatives  were quoted as saying that […]

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