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(AFP) — US pharmaceutical and cosmetics group Johnson & Johnson saw its shares plunge Friday after a media report alleged the group had deliberately concealed for decades that its baby powder sometimes contained asbestos. A lengthy investigation by the Reuters news agency, which reviewed thousands of company documents, showed the company marketed talc-based products that, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — American Airlines will make its inaugural non-stop flight from the Miami International Airport to the Argyle International Airport on Saturday December 15th 2018. The year-round AA 1427 service will operate on an Airbus A319 every Saturday leaving the Miami International Airport at 11:00 a.m. and arriving at the Argyle International Airport at ...

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(CMC) – Central American leaders began a summit here Friday against the backdrop of increased migration to North America, the impact of climate change as well as crime and security on the region. Prime Minister Dean Barrow told the leaders from the seven countries that form the Central American Integrated System (SICA) conference that it ...

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(CMC) – Jamaica says it is hoping to boost the economy through the construction of 6,000 additional hotel rooms early next year. Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett said the initiative is expected to begin in January and would serve to further boost the economy by providing opportunities for local stakeholders, such as manufacturers, whom he encouraged ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados government says it will provide employees at the Grantley Adams International Airport Inc. (GAIA) an opportunity to become shareholders in a company under an arrangement which will also result in the airport being run by a concessionaire. Prime Minister Mia Mottley, who met with workers earlier this week, said that significant ...

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(CMC) – The Guyana government says the vote of no confidence filed against it by the Opposition leader Bharrat Jagdeo will be heard on December 21. Government Chief Whip and Social Protection Minister, Amna Ali, has described the motion filed by the general secretary of the main opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) as hypocritical. Jagdeo, ...

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Saint Lucia police suspect that some car thieves in this country may have acquired devices that could disable car alarms, a senior law enforcement official has said. Another senior law enforcement official told St Lucia Times that the matter is being looked into. Both spoke on condition of anonymity against the backdrop of a recent […]

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(NOTICE) — Flow advises that we are aware that voice calls from Flow mobile have been failing to other networks, due to an unidentified problem, which emerged earlier this week. Core engineers from both providers concerned have been working towards resolving this unfortunate problem in recent days, and we are hopeful of a swift conclusion ...

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The Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church in Saint Lucia has called on citizens to be wise and careful in their spending this Christmas. In a Christmas message, Seth Ampadu noted that the observance can be a strain in a number of areas. As a result, he warned that uncontrolled and thoughtless spending of money […]

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Vision care in Saint Lucia is expected to be improved as a result of a visit by a team from the Frimley Park Hospital UK, the Ministry of Health has announced. The team visited Saint Lucia to provide training on the screening, grading and treatment of diabetic retinopathy.  This training is expected to support the […]

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