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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent — The first set of licences to begin producing medicinal cannabis in St Vincent and the Grenadines were issued last week, while the island’s minister of agriculture and industry, Saboto Caesar, embraced the milestone noting “many challenges amidst immense opportunities.” The approve medicinal cannabis licences are as follows: Eight local farmers’ producer […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Last week, acting permanent secretary in the ministry of national security, Penelope Bradshaw-Niles welcomed deputy assistant secretary US Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration, Nancy Izzo Jackson to Trinidad and Tobago, while minister of national security, the Stuart R. Young held a […]
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NASSAU, Bahamas — The articles by Rachel Knowles ‘Large cabinets lead to corruption’ and Jasper Ward, ‘Bahamas should remove Queen as head of State’ in the Nassau Guardian, have re-opened the debate on aspects of corruption, Cabinet, the legislature and the limitations of carbon copy Constitutions derived from independence, commonly abused willingly, throughout CARICOM and […]
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LONDON, England – Leeds City Museum in England, is featuring St Kitts-born midwife who used humour to overcome racism and highlights how migrants helped shape that English city. The BBC News article states that Gloria Hanley left St Kitts aged 18 in 1968, seizing upon a chance to train in England as a nurse. She […]
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Late June saw the Sixth Caribbean Water Operators’ Conference hosted at Bay Gardens Hotel, Rodney Bay. Billed as “the only conference of its kind that targets water and sewerage operations in the Caribbean Region”, the Conference is an important vehicle for local engineers, analysts, water and wastewater operators, and other water professionals to engage and inspire new action in the field of water security.

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By Caribbean News Now contributor SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — President of Puerto Rico’s Federation of Mayors, Carlos Molina says the federation has withdrawn its confidence in Governor Ricardo Rossello and that the institution is demanding the governor’s resignation amid high-profile arrest of several individuals linked to numerous corruption cases and a report that revealed […]
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OLDWICK, USA – AM Best has affirmed the financial strength rating of A- (excellent) and the long-term issuer credit rating of “a-” of Massy United Insurance Ltd. (Massy United) (Barbados).  The outlook of these credit ratings remains stable and reflect Massy United’s balance sheet strength, which AM Best categorizes as strongest, as well as its […]
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NEW YORK, USA – The ministry of commerce and investment (MCI) and, Saudi commerce and investment ecosystem, held, in cooperation with the permanent mission of the Kingdom to the United Nations, a panel discussion at the UN headquarters in New York under the title “Reforms of the Saudi trade law, sustainable development goals and empowering […]
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Eight people were hospitalised Monday morning after a minibus overturned at Bexon, emergency officials have confirmed. Videos of the aftermath of the accident were posted on social media. The Saint Lucia Fire Service responded after receiving a distress call about 8:15 am, a fire department official told St Lucia Times. The official said the eight […]

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts – Former director of the St Christopher and Nevis social security last Wednesday stated that the greatest risk to the federation’s social security scheme is the alleged mismanagement that is now taking place at the Development Bank under the Team Unity administration. Ambassador, Steve Wrensford, who worked in social security for 20 […]
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