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Jamaica Observer:–  Bustamante Industrial Trade Union (BITU) President Senator Kavan Gayle says that the dispute with Scotiabank Jamaica over the transitioning of more jobs to other Caribbean countries could grow into a regional confrontation with the bank by next week. Senator Gayle said yesterday that several other trade unions within the region are concerned about the […]

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A Polish tourist who found himself in distress while visiting Castries Friday, has showered praise on Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis and the City Police. “I would really like to thank the Mayor, the officers and the City for taking so good care of me,” Jacek Kocarva said in an interview with St Lucia Times. The […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England — Parliamentarians from around the world are to question Dr Denzil Douglas, former prime minister of St Kitts and Nevis, at the inaugural hearing on Tuesday of an international grand committee on disinformation and ‘fake news’. Some 22 members of the committee from seven international parliaments, including Argentina, […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Directors of public prosecutions (DPPs) from the Caribbean came together at a conference to discuss some of the major challenges they face in prosecuting serious organised crime in the region and to explore ways of overcoming the changing manifestations of criminality. Barbados, OECS countries, Jamaica, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Bahamas, Belize and […]

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is seeking to re-introduce the single security check for direct transit passengers on multi-stop intra-community flights. CARICOM secretary-general, Irwin LaRocque, acknowledged that this will no doubt be “a welcome initiative for regional travellers.” He was at the time speaking at the opening of the International Civil Aviation Organisation […]

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ROSEAU, Dominica — The European Union is releasing to Dominica EC$24 million (€7.7 million), the first tranche of a total of EC$34 million (€11 million), as part of its contribution to the reconstruction of the country following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria last year. With this grant the EU will support the construction of […]

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GENEVA, Switzerland — Nicaragua must respect the rights to free opinion and expression and to peaceful assembly, the United Nations human rights wing said on Friday, amid reports that authorities are continuing to criminalize legitimate actions of social leaders and others associated with protests that erupted in the country earlier this year. Liz Throssell, a […]

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CARICOM Today:-  The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is seeking to re-introduce the single security check for direct transit passengers on multi-stop intra-community flights. CARICOM Secretary-General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque acknowledged that this will no doubt be “a welcome initiative for regional travellers.” He was at the time speaking at the opening of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) […]

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