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Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun continues to advocate for the ‘natural order’ for raising children as opposed to same-sex parenting. The Castries Central MP was asked about assisting LQBT human rights group “United and Strong”, in its goal of effecting change at the policy level.
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Broadcast Minister Dominic Fedee says he remains committed to ‘cleaning up’ the local airwaves. Fedee addressed the House of Assembly in March and accused local media workers and companies of working in a “chaotic and, directionless” landscape. According to Fedee, a proposed Broadcast Bill would rid the local radio and tv circuit of untoward content …
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Barbados Nation:–  The Royal Barbados Police Force is reporting a slight drop in crime for the first ten months of 2018 when compared to the corresponding period last year. Acting Commissioner Erwin Boyce told the media on Tuesday at police headquarters, Roebuck Street, The City, that up to November 10, reported crime showed a decrease of […]

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Guyana Chronicle:–  PRIME Minister Moses Nagamootoo has said that Guyana respects the decision of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on its recent ruling that the criminalisation of cross-dressing here is “unconstitutional.” On the sidelines of a Human Rights forum at the Pegasus on Monday, the prime minister said now that the court has ruled, Guyana […]

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Antigua Observer:–  The local attorney representing wanted billionaire diamond dealer, Mehul Choksi, has confirmed that his client is ill, saying he has a serious cardiac condition and is on medical care in Antigua and Barbuda. Dr. David Dorsett told OBSERVER media exclusively that the Indian national who gained Antigua and Barbuda’s citizenship under the Citizenship by […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The Barbados Government today announced plans to provide a hefty reduction in corporation taxes for businesses and urged them to share the benefits with citizens. Prime Minister Mia Mottley told Parliament that her seven month old administration would reduce the corporation taxes from 25 to as low as between one and […]

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Press Release:-  As part of its continuing efforts to address issue of social exclusion and marginalization in Castries North, TCCHA is embarking on a major fundraising drive, to fund the training of its members, as community real estate agents.   Explaining the decision to seek training for is members in the area of real estate and […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com ST GEORGES, Grenada — Less than two months after accusing doctors and other hospital staff of being thieves and pilfering hospital equipment, and linking that to the challenges in the public health sector, thereby precipitating a strong rebuke from public sector unions, Grenadian prime minister, Dr […]

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Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister, Doctor Kenny Anthony has asserted that the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is doing a disservice to Saint Lucia and the region. The Vieux Fort South MP made the remarks in the House of Assembly Tuesday. “Mr. Speaker, I say unashamedly that I do not support the current management of the […]

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