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It was mission day on Wednesday for telecommunications company FLOW. Mission day is a day set aside by the company throughout the region, to engage in projects to assist in community development.
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The 16th installment of the annual Caribbean Youth Fest is carded for December 16th at the Philip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort. With 20 participants vying for the coveted prizes, the standard of the competition this year is expected to be high.
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The situation at the Deglos landfill has reached a critical stage with drivers complaining that the long delay in disposing their garbage is seriously impacting their work. The situation is beginning to impact garbage collection in the north of St. Lucia.
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LONDON, England (CNS) — The first day of the two-day meeting between the British Overseas Territories (BOT) Joint Ministerial Council (JMC) and the UK government in London was overshadowed on Tuesday by the UK’s exit from Europe. Not only was Brexit at the top of the agenda at the BOT meeting but it also kept […]

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The St. Lucia Hotel And Tourism Association (SLHTA) says it will continue to take steps to save its members from damaging lawsuits such as the one faced by Sandals Bahamas. An American couple is seeking 30 million US dollars in damages, alleging that their assigned butler touched the bum of the wife-to-be. The outstanding Sandals …
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CHARLESTOWN, Nevis (NIA) — Mark Brantley, premier of Nevis and minister of finance, presented the Nevis Island Administration’s (NIA) $269.95 million tax-free budget, when he delivered the 2019 Budget Address in more than two hours at a sitting of the Nevis Island Assembly on Wednesday. With the theme “Harnessing the synergies of Innovation and Entrepreneurship […]

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NEW YORK, USA — In the most recent fallout from the so-called “Panama Papers’, four individuals have been charged in an indictment unsealed on Tuesday in the Southern District of New York with wire fraud, tax fraud, money laundering and other offences in connection with their alleged roles in a decades-long criminal scheme perpetrated by […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — During 2018, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) issued 34 judgments and reasons for decision, its highest number of judgments delivered in a calendar year since it began its operations in 2005. Throughout that period, the CCJ also heard 28 new matters in both its Original and its Appellate Jurisdictions. […]

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By Shamkoe Pilé BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) — Haiti, Suriname and Guyana have been identified as three Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries ripe with opportunities, and Barbadians have been encouraged to position themselves and their businesses to penetrate these markets. Minister in the ministry of foreign trade, Sandra Husbands, shared this advice on Tuesday, during a workshop […]

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