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This Month; Highly Decorated Saint Lucian Athlete Levern Spencer Stopped By The Castries Comprehensive Secondary School To Inspire Other Youngsters To Follow Their Sporting Dreams. The High Jumper Was Accompanied By Her Manager And Sponsor And Shared Her Experiences And Sporting Journey With The Students.
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On The Positive Front, The Economy Is On Track To Continue To Grow At A Rate Of More Than 4 Percent. That’s According To The International Monetary Fund. However, The Down Side Of This Positive Performance Is The Continued Concern About The Increasing National Debt. The Challenge For The Government Would Be To Maintain This …
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The Water And Sewage Company (WASCO) Is Undertaking A Major Survey Of Its Operations In Order To Gauge The Public’s Perception Of Its Services. The Findings Of The Survey Will Be Studied By The Organisation Responsible For Deciding, Among Other Things, The Rate Customers Are Charged For Water.
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The Victims Of Tuesday’s Collision Involving The Ambulance And The WASCO Van Are Disappointed With The Response Of The Water And Sewage Company To Their Injuries. Two Ladies Travelling To The Hospital In The Ambulance, Have Had Their Lives Affected By Their Injuries.
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Dallas News:–  Trips to Dallas were once a joyous reunion for the Jean family. It meant spending time with their son, Botham Jean. Allison and Betrum Jean now travel here from their home country of St. Lucia out of duty. They came to ensure justice for their son, who was killed in his own apartment. Returning to […]

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LONDON, England (CNS) — Eric Bush, the Cayman Islands representative in London, was asked if the Cayman Islands was on a collision course with the British government over the issue of beneficial ownership when he faced questions from UK members of parliament on Tuesday, when he appeared before the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor PARIS, France — On Tuesday, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released a report flagging 21 nations on a list whose citizenship by investment (CBI) programmes threaten international efforts to combat tax evasion. Three European countries – Malta, Monaco and Cyprus – are among those nations flagged as […]

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