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(CMC) – Several Caribbean islands were rocked by earthquakes during a six hour period overnight, the Trinidad-based Seismic Research centre (SRC) of the St. Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) reported Wednesday. It said there were no immediate damage or injuries as a result of the quakes, but terrified residents in ...

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(CMC) – Jamaica has adopted the United Nations Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, according to an official statement issued here Wednesday. It said that Kingston joined with several UN member states in adopting the protocol at the two-day Intergovernmental Conference in Marrakech, Morocco that coincided with the 70th anniversary of the Universal ...

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(CMC) – The Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) Wednesday announced the dismissal of 51 of its employees as the head of the Communications Workers Union (CWU) Clyde Elder said he was physically removed from the company’s headquarters by force. In a statement, TSTT said that it had completed its “staff rationalization exercise” with ...

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(CMC) – A convicted murderer serving a life sentence for killing two people, including a police officer, was back in custody after he escaped while on work assignment with other prisoners on Tuesday. Police confirmed that Romeo “Buncum” Cannonier, who was convicted in 2004 for the murder of a policeman and in 2005 murder for ...

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(CMC) – Health authorities are warning against consuming unsafe meat during the National Day and Christmas holidays. St. Lucia observes its national day on Thursday with a public holiday and the Environmental Health Division Wednesday appealed to consumers not to purchase meat that has not been inspected since it may have a disease or be ...

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The President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA) has denied reports that there is division in the ranks over whether to accept a government money offer. “That’s not true,” Chicot told St Lucia Times. He was responding to assertions from a reliable source who told St Lucia Times that a mandate was given to the […]

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The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) has  adopted a positive view of  the proposed sale of Scotiabank’s operations in nine Caribbean countries to Republic Financial Holding Limited (RFHL). ” The CAB is of the opinion that the ability of RFHL to be positioned to acquire assets of one of the leading International Banks, despite the myriad of […]

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Five members of one family were shot and injured in a quarrel over money, the Jamaica Observer has reported. According to the publication, the incident occurred in St Andrew on Tuesday morning. A gunman  is reported to have kicked in the door of a house, accusing  three females and two males of stealing his $20,000 late […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has assured Saint Lucians that the best is yet to come from him. Francis, who has won widespread acclaim for transforming the capital, made the comments during a recent radio interview. “I would like to assure Saint Lucians that Peterson Francis is made of – I don’t know if they sell […]

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A food delivery man in India was sacked after he was filmed eating food meant for a client and resealing the container, sparking a heated debate about the delivery industry in the country, the BBC has reported. The video, which was filmed in Madurai in southern India, shows the delivery man, who is wearing a […]

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