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Dear Sir: On Tuesday, November 6, the citizens of Antigua/Barbuda and Grenada soundly rejected the entreaties of local and regional elites to vote “yes” in separate referenda to replace the London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) with the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as their highest appellate court. This outcome should have […]

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Dear Sir: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and other leaders arrived in Cuba to attend the Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America (ALBA). ALBA was created 14 years ago on December 14, 2004, by the deceased presidents of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, and of Cuba, Fidel Castro, describing it as an alternative […]

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(SNO) — The new Babonneau Fire Station has been officially opened and it is expected to improve firefighting and the response to emergency situations in the northern part of the island. Acting Chief Fire Officer Joseph Joseph said the operation of the new fire station is expected to result in the reduction in the number ...

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The President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA), Travis Chicot, has made it clear that the association will be fighting hard to ensure adequate financing for law enforcers next year. “We know for sure that our police officers do not receive the recognition, reward and remuneration they deserve for the dangerous, stressful, life-changing jobs that […]

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Nigeria’s Catholic Bishops have directed priests and people of consecrated life not to be involved in active partisan politics, it has been reported. According to Vatican News, the directive includes not publicly supporting any politician or political party. It asserted that  this is against the Church’s teaching, Canon Law, and policy. Vatican News reported that […]

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(CMC) – Telecommunications company FLOW has filed a lawsuit against the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL) in a bid to revoke the 700-spectrum license granted to the Irish-based company, Digicel. Public Utility Minister, Gregory Bowen, told Parliament Wednesday that the lawsuit has also includes the National Telecommunications and Regulatory Commission (NTRC). Bowen did not provide ...

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Minibus drivers in Saint Lucia say they are still awaiting word from Transport Minister, Guy Joseph, about the payment of a rebate for fuel. The cash is expected to amount to over one million dollars, according to one estimate. The money is due to the minibus drivers and covers an 8-month period this year, the […]

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