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Antigua Observer:– The government of Barbados has agreed to sell “a significant portion” of its 49 percent interest in the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT. Prime Minister Gaston Browne has confirmed receipt of a letter from Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley expressing a willingness to sell a portion of that country’s shares, but retaining at least 10 […]

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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) – The government has entered into a funding agreement with MSC Cruises toward the costs of constructing Grand Cayman’s cruise berthing facility. This is the fourth cruise company that has reportedly committed to a financing deal with the Cayman Islands government, even though the project is being tendered with potential […]
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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says he has no pity for escaped prisoners, Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley, who released a video at the weekend claiming their innocence. And he warned persons aiding and abetting the fugitives that they were also breaking the law. In a CNC3 television interview on Monday, Griffith ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — In his bid to escape after raping a coconut vendor last week, a Mayaro man hopped onto a fisherman’s boat and headed out to sea. Police said the suspect frequents the beach selling items on a daily basis, but he has not been seen since the attack. The man does not have ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Tobago Divisional officers destroyed what they say was $500,000 in marijuana during an eradication exercise in the Mt. St. George area. The weed was uprooted and burned in a raid supervised by Sgt. Stewart of the Tobago Division. Officers attached to both the Crown Point Police Station and Tobago Division Task Force, ...

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Dear Sir: In trying to cover up the incompetence and corruption of the PNM, Minister Anthony Garcia deliberately misled the House of Representatives during the debate on the night of 13 May, as he no doubt would have felt intense shame at his mismanagement, lack of accountability, transparency and probity at the Ministry of Education. […]
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Dear Sir: Have you ever heard the saying “know all know nothing” well I heard that when I was a teenager in Kingstown when it was uttered by a teacher to the boy sitting next to me? The closest I have been able to find resembling that saying is “A know nothing, know it all.” […]
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From lack of financial and regulatory support to uneven economies of scale, the Caribbean’s private sector has always walked a rocky road.  The numerous obstacles on the domestic, regional and international stages have necessitated strong advocacy groups and stakeholders are now taking it to the next level with the launch of the Caribbean Network of […]

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