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The Caribbean’s utility landscape is shifting rapidly, especially for the region’s energy suppliers who are feeling the pressure from environmental concerns, juggling new innovations and incorporating emerging tech. With a new era and new challenges, industry body CARILEC is launching a strategic plan focused on cooperation and partnership that aims to transform the sector in a measured, responsive and realistic way.

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Trinidad Express:– Former Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald has been granted bail amounting to $2 million. The charges against her were read in absentia yesterday afternoon since she is at the St Clair Medical Hospital, being treated for an undisclosed ailment. McDonald’s husband Michael Carew is on $500,000 bail. Edgar Zephyrine, former head of the National […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has congratulated the members of the new executive of the Saint Lucia National Youth Council (SLNYC) on their election. “I look forward to the opportunity to work with the newly elected executive in continuing to address the issues which are of importance to our nations‘ youth,” the Saint Lucia Prime Minister […]

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The victims of last week’s fire on Clarke street, Vieux Fort, are beginning to assess the extent of their losses and to chart the way forward for their businesses. The fire service in its preliminary conclusion, says that a defective fan may have been the cause of the blaze.
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The national youth council (NYC), has a new president in the person of Nyus Alfred. Alfred and his team were elected to head the NYC, in what is being considered the most heated elections in the NYC’s history.
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A disturbing video of a fight between two men at La Clery, Castries, in which one is stabbed multiple times is making the rounds on social media. The police have launched an investigation into the violent incident.  
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The victims of last week’s fire on Clarke street, Vieux Fort, are beginning to assess the extent of their losses and to chart the way forward for their businesses. The fire service in its preliminary conclusion, says that a defective fan may have been the cause of the blaze.
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