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The Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy, and Labour,  Stephenson King, has said that there is a necessity for business management training for burgeoning entrepreneurs. Speaking Tuesday, King explained that while he commends the effort to increase access to financing for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), government should also provide peripheral small business assistance. “Invariably, […]

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Opposition spokesman on education Senator Guibion Ferdinand says government should move with urgency to resolve the issues at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College. Speaking on the side-lines of an October 30 House Sitting, the former school principal said students are suffering while this matter is left to fester. Ferdinand says the minister for Education …
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Prime minister Allen Chastanet on 30 October confirmed his cabinet is considering relocating the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School [CCSS]. The prime minister cited the aging building plant, estimated refurbishing costs exceeding XCD $10 million dollars and traffic concerns for a possible relocation move. He dismissed suggestions of a potential conflict of interest over the alleged …
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Up to eight buildings bordering Maryann and Broglie Street in the capital were damaged in an early morning blaze on October 30. The fire gutted one residential property which has left at least three people homeless. The fire department is investigating the cause of the blaze.  
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Associated Press:–  Human bones have been found during renovation work near the Vatican’s Embassy to Italy, reviving talk about one of the Holy See’s most enduring mysteries — the fate of the 15-year-old daughter of a Vatican employee who disappeared in 1983. In the latest twist in a case that has bedeviled investigators for 35 years, […]

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(CMC) – Two-time Twenty20 World Cup-winning captain, Darren Sammy, has urged fans to buy their tickets for the upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup being staged in the Caribbean, and throw their full support behind the hosts who are defending champions. The 34-year-old, who is also a Cricket West Indies (CWI) ambassador and has been […]

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Fox News:–  As his planned Thursday execution draws near, Tennessee death row inmate Edmund Zagorski has been moved to “death watch,” according to reports. Meanwhile, the maker of the state’s electric chair, which is expected to be used for the first time since 2007, says he’s worried that the device might not work as planned. […]

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Barbados Today:-  The cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, is proposing a salary freeze for the next three years for its employees and that future salary increases be dependent on employee performance. These proposals form the basis of discussions that took place in Antigua on Tuesday between the airline and regional trade union representatives as they discussed the […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  A new report by the World Health Organization (WHO) on air pollution and child health, launched on the occasion of its first Global Health Conference on Air Pollution and Health, shows that almost all of the world’s children are exposed to dangerous levels of air pollution. The report also finds that in an […]

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