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Guyana Chronicle:–  A 19-YEAR-OLD national footballer has allegedly crashed his ex-girlfriend motor car and riddled it with bullets because she refused to take him back. According to reports, Jobe Caesar and the victim, Mealisa Joseph, shared a relationship which was said to be abusive. It is alleged that prior to the ordeal, the woman had made […]

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Labour Minister, Stephenson King has said that visa requirements have not hampered the operation of the programme under which nationals from Saint Lucia and other Caribbean countries are employed as seasonal farm workers in Canada. “I must admit to you that the support received from the Canadian government is very clear and they have been […]

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The Caribbean Federation of Police Welfare Associations (CFPWA) began a three-day meeting here, with standardised working conditions for police officers among the agenda items down for discussion. Sergeant Sean Mc Call of the British Virgin Islands who is the Public Relations Officer for the organization told St Lucia Times that too many police officers in […]

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Press Release:–  The Government of Saint Lucia, and the Republic of China (Taiwan), have signed an action plan to commence the project “Enhancing the Efficiency of Production and Distribution Supply Chain in the Fruit and Vegetable Sector.” The overall intention of this project is to improve farmers’ production and harvest processing techniques to further increase their […]

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Trinidad Express:–  Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says he recommended the ban on scratch bombs, as injuries caused by the explosive devices were placing a huge “burden” on the nation’s Accident and Emergency (A&E) clinics. He said scratch bomb injuries were prominent the day after holidays like Divali and New Year’s Day. “And we have to spend […]

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Press Release:-  Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, the Hon. Allen Chastanet, last week sought Parliament’s approval to amend Saint Lucia’s tax regime, during a sitting of the House of Assembly. Not too long ago, Saint Lucia was labelled by the European Union (EU) as having harmful preferential tax regimes. The EU indicated that it was […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Allegations of fraud in the citizenship by investment programme of St Kitts and Nevis have followed revelations supported by documentary evidence that agents in Dubai are selling passports at substantially below government-sanctioned rates. Caribbean News Now is in possession of a copy of a letter purportedly […]

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BBC:-  At least one million bees are suspected to have died of poisoning in a wine-producing area of South Africa. Brendan Ashley-Cooper told the BBC that an insecticide used by wine farmers, Fipronil, was thought to have killed the insects on his farm. Other honey bee farmers in the area around Cape Town have also been […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Approximately 60 employees of the Observer Media Group (OMG) in Antigua and Barbuda were informed earlier this month that the company will cease all operations on November 30, 2018, which has now resulted in some controversy over severance payments. The Observer Media Group has been plagued […]

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