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KATOWICE, Poland — KfW and the World Bank have signed an agreement for a €15 million contribution from Germany to be executed under the Central America and Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Program (CACCRIP). This is the biggest contribution to the CACCRIP from a single donor. The engagement is part of the efforts from donors and […]

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WALNUT CREEK, USA — Del Monte Foods has announced a recall of 64,242 cases of Fiesta Corn Seasoned with Red and Green Peppers due to under-processing. These deviations were part of the commercial sterilization process and could result in contamination by spoilage organisms or pathogens, which could lead to life-threatening illness if consumed. There have […]

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The head of Redemption Ministries, Benedict ‘Pastor Ben’ Jn Baptiste has declared that people are talking a lot about crime, but there is insufficient action. “A lot of talk, talk, talk and not enough action,” he asserted. Jn Baptiste, who held a convocation on crime last week, said it was unfortunate that so many people […]

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Dear Sir: The threats of sedition and other criminal charges against former government minister Devant Maharaj is further dramatic proof that the Rowley regime has gone fully rogue and has turned against the masses. The full-scale attack and dark warning of litigation against Mr Maharaj reveal the dictatorial, high-handed and autocratic governance approach of Prime […]

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Dear Sir: Why did the Jamaican government go beyond the mandate of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) framework? The fundamental goals of the new National Identity System (NIDS) in Jamaica were to cut transaction costs and facilitate access to government services for all Jamaicans, especially in the area of healthcare access, funding and improvement. “KINGSTON, […]

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267 Saint Lucia stray dogs have been adopted by families in North America since May, 2016, officials of the Bruno Project have disclosed. Four animals left the Island Wednesday. The Bruno project has partnered with the Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society (SLAPS) to find homes for the animals. Most of the dogs that have been […]

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Dear Sir: Dennis Moses interview on CNC3 last Monday showed just how totally inept and incompetent he is to hold any official office, much less to be Trinidad and Tobago’s minister of foreign affairs and the country’s top diplomat. But if Monday was a disaster, yesterday he completely outdid himself. In the House of Representatives […]

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Dear Sir: Another successful initiative in Trinidad and Tobago, involving low income earners and the corporate citizenry: gardeners involved in landscaping and lawn-cutting are being invited, trained and encouraged to grow food crops. Home owners have been asked to convert part of their premises into a kitchen garden, cultivated and maintained by their same trusted […]

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