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(GIS) — The Micoud north Parliamentary Representative, Hon. Dr. Gale T.C. Rigobert recently hosted a ceremony to mark the official reopening of the Micoud village laundry facility. Minister Rigobert said the project was one that she “promised to deliver to the constituents of Micoud North”. She added that the “completion of the project also signifies ...

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(GIS) — The ongoing crisis in Venezuela continues to be of concern for the government of Saint Lucia. According to the Minister with responsibility for External Affairs, Hon. Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, the government remains steadfast in its position that the people of Venezuela should have a say their democracy. “We believe that the people of Venezuela ...

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Stabroek News:–  A Canada-based Guyanese man is now facing a first degree murder charge over the death of his 11-year-old daughter. According to a Brampton Guardian report, Riya Rajkumar had gone to celebrate her birthday with her father, Roopesh Rajkumar, on Thursday. However, an alert was raised by the girl’s mother, who became concerned when Roopesh, […]

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(GIS) — The Ministry of Economic Development has joined forces with the Bocage Development Committee to rehabilitate a step-pathway near the Bocage Secondary School. The pathway is often used by residents, as well as the students and teachers of Bocage Secondary. Minister with responsibility for Culture and Creative Industries, Sen. Hon. Fortuna Belrose, expressed contentment ...

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NASSAU, Bahamas, Feb 17, CMC – The Bahamas government says it has temporarily ceased all deportations to Haiti as a result of the political unrest in that French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country. “The decision follows the temporary closure of The Bahamas Embassy in Port-au-Prince and the recall of all diplomatic and consular staff,” the government ...

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb 17, CMC – Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo denies telling a broad-based Civil Society Forum that he is open to a compromise on the date for regional and general elections in Guyana after the coalition government of President David Granger had been defeated in a motion of no confidence last month. “I have ...

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Feb 17, CMC – Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant has outlined a series of measures, including a decrease in the price of basic commodities, as the government moves to end the violent demonstrations that have claimed the lives of at least seven people and calls for President Jovenel Moise to step down ...

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