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BBC News:- A man who ran an “unspeakably dirty” Chinese takeaway has been jailed for four months. Zhi Zhao, 62 operated the Grace Chinese takeaway on High Street, Cilgerran, despite being banned from running a food business in 2009. At Swansea Crown Court, he admitted five food hygiene offences. “If the public had seen the state […]

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As the Caribbean looks ahead to what’s in store for 2020, stakeholders are realising that saying goodbye to one decade means preparing for the next. More than half of today’s primary school pupils will grow up to take jobs that don’t exist yet. So how do you equip the Caribbean labour force for the unknown technological advances of the future? Through sweeping education reform that gives kids the tools and know-how to succeed in areas such as software development, data analytics, machine learning, e-commerce and social media.

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(JAMAICA STAR) –  “Come ‘Bringle’, mi don’t want you go on the road. Stay inna yuh yard,” Kimone Lewis called out to her dog. Bringle reluctantly struts down the steep hill to his abiding place, not taking his eyes off the news team. Lewis then returns to the comfort of her bed, as dozens of ...

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A woman who told reporters that she was the first to enter the home where the body of murdered football coach Cassius Glasgow was found, disclosed Monday night that the house had been searched. “I as the first to enter the place. When I enter I see him naked with blood coming from his head. […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Signing Ceremonies for two Grant Assistance for the Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) will be held in Saint Lucia on Thursday 16 January 2020. Both projects, selected for funding under Japan’s fiscal year 2019, are expected to benefit the recipient organizations as well as the communities in which they are located. The ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Piaye Combined School will receive a grant of US$62,189 from the Government of Japan to build a new toilet facility and lunchroom as well as to renovate the staffroom. The Project for Improving the Health Environment at Piaye Combined School aims to provide a healthier and safer environment for present and ...

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Saint Lucia cricket icon Daren Sammy has been named one of this country’s Goodwill Ambassadors. The announcement was made at Monday morning’s s Pre-cabinet briefing by Culture Minister, Fortuna Belrose. The full list of Goodwill Ambassadors is: Ronald Boo Hinkson (Music) Gordon “Commissioner” Williams (Music) Taj Weekes (Music) Jermain Defoe (Sports) Levern Donaline Spencer (Sports) […]

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