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Saint Lucia firefighters who returned to work last week after staging strike action, have provided timelines for the government to address their concerns. The head of the Saint Lucia Fire Service Association, Shane Felix, made the disclosure to reporters Monday. He said the association had written to Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, on the matter. The […]

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Press Release:- Three Saint Lucian Creative Companies have been selected to participate in the in the Caribbean Export Development Agency’s Cultural and Creative Industries workshop to be held in Trinidad and Tobago from March 27th to the 28th. Lisa Barton-Volney of De Kloze Line and De Zip Code, Danyl Daniel of FACE Media Productions as well […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) – Two Caribbean prime ministers previously critical of Dave Cameron’s leadership of Cricket West Indies have welcomed the election of Ricky Skerritt as the new president of the regional governing body. Grenada’s Dr Keith Mitchell said Skerritt, and new vice-president Dr Kishore Shallow, would “lift the spirits of Caribbean people” while Trinidad […]

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Sky News:– Crack cocaine use has “skyrocketed” as the drug has become “more acceptable” and even fashionable”, a government review has been told. Professionals, students and clubbers were said to be part of a new “hidden cohort” of crack users that was flagged up to the Home Office and Public Health England (PHE) inquiry. Officials were […]

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Jamaica Observer:- MORE people are dying from colorectal cancer (CRC) in Jamaica. In fact, the country is also seeing an increase in the number of colorectal cancer diagnoses. The disclosure was made by Professor Joseph Plummer, who heads the Department of Surgery, Radiology, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at The University of the West Indies in […]

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Jamaica Gleaner:– Prime ministers within the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have been sounding off over the decision of a select few Caribbean leaders to meet with United States (US) President Donald Trump last Friday in Florida to discuss the deepening political crisis in Venezuela and energy security. Trump met with leaders from The Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, […]

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