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The Caribbean has one of the largest informal economies in the world, encompassing street vendors, unregistered businesses and craft workers. While this untaxed and unregulated marketplace provides jobs and incomes for impoverished communities, it also leaves them vulnerable to crime and exploitation as well as hampering domestic development.

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy alerts the motoring public that the Northbound Lanes between the Friendship Inn and the Choc Roundabouts will be closed from 7:30PM today Monday December 9, 2019. The Southbound Dual Lanes will be converted into two-way traffic, which means that one lane will accommodate southbound traffic ...

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Trinidad Guardian:-  A High Court judge has grant­ed an or­der pro­hibit­ing two Chi­nese na­tion­als from dispos­ing of close to $10 mil­lion which had been paid by a State com­pa­ny for the con­struc­tion of a govern­ment school. Jus­tice Ricky Rahim grant­ed the or­der to Chi­na Build­ing Tech­nique Group Trinidad and To­ba­go Ltd and two of its prin­ci­pals […]

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BBC News:–  One of India’s most gridlocked cities has come up with an unconventional solution to rein in errant drivers. Mannequins dressed up as traffic police have been placed on roads in the southern city of Bangalore. Dressed in police caps, white shirts and brown trousers, and wearing sunglasses, the mannequins are now on duty […]

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A resident of Monchy, Gros Islet, is currently in hospital nursing a gunshot wound after an unidentified assailant opened fire at him, it has been reported. It is suspected that robbery could have been the motive for the shooting, according to information obtained by St Lucia Times. The victim is said to have been shot […]

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The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) has reported receiving 89 ambulance calls during the period December 6 to 9, 2019, and responding to physical assaults, vehicle accidents and one shooting. The SLFS  says it responded to a total 6 physical assaults, 6 vehicle accidents, one shooting and four fires. Among the responses was one on […]

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Press Release:– The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy alerts the motoring public that the Northbound Lanes between the Friendship Inn and the Choc Roundabouts will be closed from 7:30PM today Monday December 9, 2019. The Southbound Dual Lanes will be converted into two-way traffic, which means that one lane will accommodate southbound traffic while […]

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The minister responsible for the national housing corporation is speaking for the first time on the controversy at the state agency. The national workers union has requested a meeting with the minister to resolve an industrial dispute at the national housing corporation. Employees are at odds with management over unresolved occupational health and safety issues.
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