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(GIS) – The Special Education sub-sector in Saint Lucia sought to find wholesome solutions to a wide range of issues currently affecting the sector, during a recent National Training Seminar in Special Education. The objective of the two-day seminar is to equip those who care for learners with challenging behaviours, with the skills necessary to ...

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Barbados Today:–  With Government moving full steam ahead with plans to make breathalyzer testing part of the law enforcement apparatus, the Royal Barbados Police Force is reporting readiness to implement the measure. This revelation was made by acting Commissioner of Police Erwin Boyce who told reporters that his officers were now brought up to speed […]

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Trinida(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) – THE police’s Child Protection Unit is investigating three reports of children ingesting marijuana found in food items they consumed. A statement from the police said the incidents took place in the Central and Northern Divisions. According to the police, five children from Chaguanas ate brownies a student brought to school as part ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Building on the success of its 2019 training initiatives, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) is planning to expand its hospitality training programs and scholarship support in the Caribbean this year. On the heels of a strong outcome at the annual New York Times Travel Show fundraising drive, for ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Lecturer and Research Specialist at the Institute for Gender and Development Studies of the University of the West Indies, Dr. Natasha Kay Mortley, has been appointed as Strategic Gender and Migration Advisor to the Director General of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). The non‐remunerated appointment will be for a period ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) – While a St Catherine mother was finishing up her shift at a bar where she works, a trusted neighbour and friend, who she had earlier given dinner, allegedly used the opportunity to sneak into her house and molest her sleeping six-year-old child. According to the mother, she had left her daughter in ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The outbreak of the coronavirus, coupled with record valuations in equity markets, has triggered a global sell-off of high-risk investments and a significant shift in sentiment among global investors. Accompanying the dip is a well-reported surge into traditional safe-haven assets such as gold. As global investors remain concerned that the virus could ...

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