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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 31, CMC – A new study on the local castor oil industry is showing significant potential for Jamaican Black Castor Oil in the United States. The Complete Caribbean study indicates that the US market for the product stands at about US$28 million. “The potential sales are much higher than I thought they ...

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(SNO) — Water and Sewerage Company Inc., WASCO, has dismissed claims that it did not conduct a tendering process for the John Compton Dam De-silting Project. The company made reference to a news interview in which opposition Member of Parliament Dr. Ernest Hiliare reportedly questioned the tender process for the de-silting of the John Compton ...

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 30, CMC – Canada has informed the presidential candidate of the main opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP), Irfaan Ali, that he should consider not travelling to the North American country at this time, as a result of pending criminal matters. In a statement, Ali confirmed that he was scheduled to leave here ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jan. 31, CMC – The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre recorded a 4.4 earthquake that rocked sections of the twin island republic early Thursday. According to preliminary data, the earthquake that struck at 12:10 a.m. was located at latitude 10.79N, longitude 61.86W and depth 10 kilometres. It was ...

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(SNO) — Following a contentious debate on the motion of no confidence in Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, brought by the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), House Speaker Andy Daniel believes that parliamentarians needs a refresher course in House proceedings. During the debate, Daniel had to intervene on numerous occasions when matters got out of ...

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(SNO) — Although Prime Minister Allen Chastanet survived a motion of no confidence against him brought by the main opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), the party is not admitting defeat as yet. Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre, the main driver behind the motion, said although the SLP knew it was impossible to win the ...

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Attorney at Law, Mary Francis, has expressed renewed concern over the state of the justice system in Saint Lucia, asserting that without justice there can be no peace. She noted that as a person involved in human rights activism here for several years, she is ‘totally disillusioned’. “I would really characterise the administration of justice […]

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