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The 'Reporters Without Borders’ 2019 World Press Freedom Index found journalism in OECS islands to be too heavily influenced by politics. It reads in part: “Journalism is not a prestige profession in the countries that are members of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. They receive little training and often abandon media work because it is so badly paid, an issue that particularly affects female journalists in the region.”

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The National Pingtung University in Kaohsiung is Taiwan’s largest, with a special focus on agriculture, green energy and the blue economy. Currently, it accommodates 306 international students in various departments and faculties, and the institution takes special pride in training students to consider innovative solutions for social change.

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Saint Lucia’s External Affairs Minister has highlighted the need for accurate information when Saint Lucians apply for Canadian visas to join the seasonal farm workers programme in Canada. “I know that many times a lot of our applicants when they make these applications we are not always accurate in terms of the information we provide,” […]

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The near-two-decades-old mothballed Grynberg issue came to life again recently with Rick Wayne’s report on the recent “successful” appeal of RSM Production before the ICSID’s ad hoc committee. Earlier the tribunal had dismissed RSM’s suit with prejudice, after CEO Jack Grynberg refused to put up US$750,000 as a guarantee, perchance his case against the Government of Saint Lucia should prove unsuccessful.

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The Cuban government has a new tourism plan underway that sets a target of seeing five million tourists visit the island in 2019. News of the Cuban government’s latest goal comes just as Washington D.C. has begun to enforce increased restrictions on American travel to the nation. While the United States is by no means the only market from which Cuba can entice tourists, it remains the largest within the region, thereby putting a real dent in Havana’s new ambition.

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Three vehicles collided at Mon Repos Saturday afternoon, the Saint Lucia Fire Service has confirmed. The Vieux Fort fire station said it received a call in relation to the incident about 4:30 pm. Details are sketchy, but emergency officials said no one appears to have sustained serious injuries as a result of the accident. Just […]

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BBC News:- A jersey worn by legendary baseball player Babe Ruth has become the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold. The garment was snapped up for $5.64m (£4.4m) at auction in New York on Saturday. It broke the previous record of $4.4m which was set in 2012 – also for one of Ruth’s New […]

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CMC:- The Office of Disaster Management (ODM) Saturday said that Dominica was being rattled by a series of shallow earthquakes, particularly in the south central area of the island, and urged the population to remain vigilant. It said that the burst of “volcanic earthquakes” which began late on Friday night and is continuing, had a magnitude […]

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