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(JIS) — The government will be constructing 17 new schools at locations across the island to provide adequate and comfortable infrastructure for students and teachers. Of the total, 10 will be primary institutions while the remaining seven secondary schools. Minister of Education, Youth and Information Senator Ruel Reid, who made the disclosure at a press ...

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Shane Emmanuel considers himself and his family fortunate to be alive after a fire  on Wednesday destroyed the two-storey building in which he, his girlfriend and a three-year old son lived at Sunbilt, Castries. Emmanuel, who lived in the downstairs apartment, said he was about to take a rest when the fire broke out in […]

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The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party has requested answers from the Water and Sewerage Company INC (WASCO), in connection with the its tendering process. The questions were raised by Castries South MP, Doctor Ernest Hilaire at an SLP news conference Wednesday. The following is the opening statement he made to the conference: During the No […]

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Trinidad Express:–  Nineteen Spanish speaking girls, between the ages 15 and 17, were rescued this morning from a businessplace along the Ariapita Avenue in Woodbrook. Six people, of Asian ethnicity, were arrested for harbouring the girls. The teenagers were rescued during a police operation which took place at about 2a.m. today, led by Commissioner of Police […]

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Feb 6, CMC – The Jamaica government has confirmed that the United States has lifted the sanctions imposed on the Russian-owned, UC Rusal, the parent company of the West Indies Alumina Company (Windalco). Transport and Mining Minister Robert Montague, in a statement to Parliament on Tuesday, said that the sanctions were lifted on ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 6, CMC – Police have detained six people after rescuing 19 Spanish speaking girls from a business place on the outskirts of the capital, early Wednesday morning. Police Commissioner Gary Griffith led the operation that included members of the Special Operations Response Team, the Financial Intelligence Branch, and the Counter ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 6, CMC – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Wednesday ruled that a man who had been occupying land in Guyana since 1989 can initiate court proceedings for trespassing after indicating that two land titles obtained by two other people were fraudulently obtained. The CCJ, Guyana’s highest court, found that ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 6, CMC – The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Wednesday ordered a sister to repay her brother more than one million EC dollars (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) following the sale of land in Dominica a few years ago. The CCJ, Dominica’s highest court, heard that Angel Andrew had given ...

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