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(CMC) – Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo Monday said Guyana would seek to re-position the public sector as the country develops its new oil and gas industry. Addressing the opening of the 2018 Biennial Conference of the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management, (CAPAM), Nagamootoo said the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country was also seeking close ...

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Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) leader, Philip J. Pierre, won an overwhelming vote of confidence as party leader Sunday. The vote took place at the closed session of the SLP convention at Fond St Jacques, Soufriere. During a secret ballot, 273 votes were cast in Pierre’s favour and 3 against. “I am very pleased with […]

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(CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago Monday began the task of mopping up following heavy rains over the past four days that caused widespread flooding, landslides and left millions of dollars (One TT dollar=US$0.16 cents) in damages. There were no reports of deaths or persons missing. Many people were being housed at hurricane shelters mainly in ...

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com NASSAU, Bahamas — A two-hour documentary entitled “Sentenced to Suffer” exposing conditions at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services (BDCS) and the state of some of the inmates housed there has given viewers a glimpse of the desperately cramped, unsanitary and unsafe conditions at the facility. […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — The Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT) is expecting to receive advice by next week from its two external counsel on whether there are grounds to approach the prime minister to invoke the impeachment clause of the constitution against Chief Justice Ivor Archie. After […]

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By Royston Jones NASSAU, Bahamas — After much debate, town hall meetings and heated arguments for and against that reached a public crescendo this week, the Bahamas government has approved Disney Cruise Line’s nearly half-billion dollar proposal to develop the Lighthouse Point property in South Eleuthera into a cruise port. “The government of The Bahamas […]

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by Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA — Representative Eliot Engel, ranking member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, on Monday responded to US President Donald Trump’s tweet that he would be cutting off or substantially reducing aid to Central America in retaliation for the so-called migrant caravan that is attempting to move through […]

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