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Dear Sir: Hamlet’s famous soliloquy in William Shakespeare’s play of the same name nicely captures the political dilemma facing the New Democratic Party (NDP) of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) which recently saw the rejection of its election petitions launched following the Party’s loss in the December 2015 national election. Now the Party has […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The Air­ports Au­thor­i­ty (AATT) has an­nounced that the Pi­ar­co In­ter­na­tion­al Air­port has topped the re­gion as the Best Air­port in the Caribbean, as de­clared by the Sky­trax 2019 World Air­port Awards. A state­ment by the AATT said that this is a sig­nif­i­cant achieve­ment as there is a marked im­prove­ment from the 2018 ...

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Dear Sir: Colm Imbert’s announcement last week that the Rowley-led administration had secured, yet again, another billion-dollar loan, this time from the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF), for US$200 million or TT$1.36 billion to improve the country’s road network was yet another (again, another!) clear signal that whilst the date of the next general […]

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Dear Sir: From Cuba in the north to Trinidad and Tobago in the south, North America has masterminded the importation of the intelligent minds from the Caribbean. Many scholars, after attaining their quality education in the Caribbean, have found the attraction to migrate to North America for greener pastures. I have concluded that the design […]

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Press Release:- The Government of Saint Lucia is paying close attention to public financial management with a number of initiatives, including legislative reform. These initiatives come on the heels of the Caribbean Development Bank’s 2018 Country Economic Review, which indicated that public sector debt in Saint Lucia was estimated to be 67.8 percent of GDP at […]

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua — It continues to be a close competition between the top teams in the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Under 15 Super50 Cup, which comes to an end this weekend in Antigua. Trinidad and Tobago continued their winnings results when they scraped out a narrow six-run victory over the Windward Islands, while Jamaica ...

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COUVA, Trinidad — Qiana Joseph, with two scores of 60+ and 49, captained the Windward Islands to its fourth consecutive victory in the Cricket West Indies (CWI) and Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Cricket Association’s Girls 19 and Under T20 Championships. Also undefeated is Trinidad and Tobago, who dispatched Canada and Jamaica on Day Two of ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — High­ly-ac­claimed cu­a­troist, Robert Munro, died at the Port-of-Spain Gen­er­al Hos­pi­tal ear­ly Thursday fol­low­ing a pe­ri­od of ill­ness. Munro, 73, was well known for his skills on an in­stru­ment he taught him­self to play as a teenag­er. In re­cent years, he be­came less ac­tive as a re­sult of grad­ual hear­ing loss and arthri­tis ...

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