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OECS heads of government tackled issues such as foreign investment, passport sales and climate change at their 66th authority meeting on Wednesday. The meeting was held in St. Vincent and the Grenadines under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves.
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Members of the Saint Lucia Teachers Credit Cooperative Union heard from former Health Minister Dr. Damien Greaves for International Credit Union Day 2018. Dr Greaves’ lecture was based on the theme: “Find your platinum lining in credit unions”.
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The future of the disputed old prison or Royal Gaol on upper bridge street, Castries could be decided, after a series of proposed negotiations between government officials and the Saint Lucia National Trust concludes. A high court ordered injunction has been lifted, but further demolition on the centuries old site will remain on hold pending …
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BBC:-   President Donald Trump has called on people to be more civil in politics, after a series of suspected explosives were sent to high-profile US figures. He was speaking after parcels were sent to CNN and top Democrats, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. None of the packages exploded. The FBI has launched a hunt […]

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Press Release:-  Saint Lucia has secured the 9th position globally and 4th regionally in the recently released Henley & Partners Global Citizenship Program Index (GCPI). The annual report, now in its 4th edition, provides a systematic analysis and comprehensive benchmarking of the world’s most important investment migration programs and has become the industry gold standard […]

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University of the West Indies Lecturer, Doctor Tennyson Joseph has sharply criticised Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, during the recent conference of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP). “Of all the persons who have occupied the office of prime minister, Chastanet is the least prepared for the job, and he is leading the least able […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England — Trinidad and Tobago Chief Justice Ivor Archie has been ordered to pay the legal costs incurred by the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT) in defending the unsuccessful action brought against it by Archie in relation to its ongoing investigation into misconduct allegations against him. On […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — US President Donald Trump, whose lies, according to Vanity Fair, “are becoming exponentially more brazen”, this week again directed some of his latest terminological inexactitudes towards the government of Puerto Rico. On Tuesday, Trump accused the island territory’s leaders of using federal relief funds to […]

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By LK Hewlett BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) — Transparency International, a global anti-corruption organization, has urged the European Union to review its visa-free agreements with those Caribbean jurisdictions that operate citizenship by investment (CBI) programmes. In a recent report Transparency International said, “In light of the risks of admitting the corrupt and the criminal, the […]

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