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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — During 2018, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) issued 34 judgments and reasons for decision, its highest number of judgments delivered in a calendar year since it began its operations in 2005. Throughout that period, the CCJ also heard 28 new matters in both its Original and its Appellate Jurisdictions. […]

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By Shamkoe Pilé BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) — Haiti, Suriname and Guyana have been identified as three Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries ripe with opportunities, and Barbadians have been encouraged to position themselves and their businesses to penetrate these markets. Minister in the ministry of foreign trade, Sandra Husbands, shared this advice on Tuesday, during a workshop […]

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HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) — Starting on Thursday, December 6, the Cuban Telecommunications Company (ETECSA) will provide Internet connection service through mobile data to all customers who request it. Tania Velázquez Rodríguez, vice president of business strategy and technology of ETECSA, explained that the service will begin at 8 am, for which it is necessary to […]

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BELMOPAN, Belize — A high-level delegation from Belize visited Australia’s Great Barrier Reef from November 26 to 30, 2018, to exchange best practices on leveraging their reef’s iconic World Heritage status, to protect their fragile ecosystems from climate impacts and secure sustainable livelihoods, jobs and income for local communities. The visit follows a series of […]

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The condition of the security guard who was last Sunday badly beaten and left for dead while at work at the Entrepot Secondary School, has moved from bad to worse. According to close family sources, the father of four is just clinging on to dear life. The family would like the thugs responsible to be …
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LONDON, England (JIS) — Audley Shaw, minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries, is currently leading a five-day promotion mission to London to promote Jamaica’s agricultural sector for investment and export of Jamaica’s fresh produce and food-based products. The mission, which includes Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO) president, Diane Edwards, began on Tuesday with attendance at […]

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By Anthony L Hall For years now, protesters have been setting The City of Lights ablaze nearly as often as campers have been setting The Golden State ablaze. Except that the grievances that invariably ignite the former are far more relatable than the carelessness that invariably cause the latter. I first commented on those grievances […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders Had the meeting of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) governments on the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) been the only event affecting the Caribbean in the first week of December, it would have been a week to celebrate. But, it was also a week when global emissions of carbon dioxide reached such […]

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Dear Sir: The safe resettlement of returning citizens should be Jamaica’s number one priority. The numbers of returning citizens killed since 2012 is alarming and has risen to a national crisis that the government of Jamaica can no longer afford to ignore. Not if they value the huge contributions Jamaicans overseas are making to sustain […]

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Dear Sir: I urge the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) to ease the burden of Mayaro constituents who have been faced with the predicament of an irregular and inadequate supply of pipe borne water to their homes and businesses over the past month. Areas inclusive of but not limited to: St Ann’s Mayaro, Mafeking Village, […]

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