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ABC (AU):– A Canberra driving instructor had their registration cancelled for inappropriate behaviour earlier this year, the ACT Government has revealed, and the industry faces another allegation of sexual harassment. In April, a female driving instructor claimed that over the several years she had been teaching Canberrans to drive she had lost count of how many […]

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Asia Times:-  A five-judge bench of India’s Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Tuesday that the judiciary cannot disqualify politicians facing charges related to serious offenses, or stop them from contesting elections. The judges said they were bound by constitutional principles and did not possess the power to give such directions, but urged lawmakers to frame rules […]

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The leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM), Therold Prudent, has asserted that if necessary, Saint Lucians should resort to civil disobedience to prevent the planned demolition of the parliament building in Castries. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced that the building and the government printery will be torn down as part of the redevelopment […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor MIAMI, USA — The centre of Tropical Storm Kirk moved into the eastern Caribbean Sea on Friday, with wind gusts to tropical-storm force possible over the Windward Islands and the southern Leeward Islands during the course of the day. Tropical storm warnings have been discontinued for Barbados, Dominica, Guadeloupe and […]

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NEW YORK, USA — Haitian President Jovenel Moïse on Thursday called on the international community to provide the necessary development aid as the Caribbean island nation prepares for the transition nest year of the United Nations mission to a non-peacekeeping presence in the country. “From this lofty tribune I would like to tell our technical […]

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NEW YORK, USA — Galvanizing an effective global fundraising campaign to address climate change and achieve sustainable economic growth is key for small island developing states (SIDS), Andrew Holness, prime minister of Jamaica, told world leaders at the 73rd United Nations General Assembly on Thursday. Holness expressed concerns over his country’s vulnerability to a raft […]

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NEW YORK, USA — The world is at a “decisive crossroads,” Dr Ralph Gonsalves, prime minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, told leaders gathered for the United Nations General Assembly’s annual debate on Thursday. “We have retreated from the ethos of integration, cooperation, and consensus building… which is absolutely necessary to solve the global […]

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By Cathy Lashley BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) — Barbadian and other Caribbean Community (CARICOM) officials met on Thursday via video conference to see how best to look at the free movement of skills, and the facilitation of travel for CARICOM nationals. The video conference link-up was held at the ministry of foreign affairs and foreign trade […]

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