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BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Although chief justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Dame Janice Pereira, was at pains to complain that the bulk of pending appeals from the High Court in St Kitts and Nevis to the Court of Appeal are not progressing for lack of transcripts, recent decisions of a High Court judge […]

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[Press Release] Registration is now open for the soon to be launched after school programme.  PASS, Partners for After School Success which commences in the coming weeks, provides a new learning experience and an important professional education opportunity to all but moreover, disadvantaged students preparing for CXC examinations.  The initiative will offer free lessons in English …
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NEW YORK, USA — Puerto Rico needs a realistic fiscal plan that guides it toward a more sustainable economic future. Instead, the Oversight Board created by Congress to be in charge of Puerto Rico’s recovery has developed its current fiscal plan based on unreliable data and assumptions, according to an analysis published by RevitalizePuertoRico.com. An […]

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By David Jessop For most citizens, international organisations such as the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the G20 and even the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have little immediate significance. Like all remote international institutions and groupings, they resonate with the everyday only when their proposed solutions or rulings affect employment, the future of an industry, levels […]

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Dear Sir: If we study how much it costs to build a decent 5-star resort hotel with all amenities, it becomes obvious that what is proposed at Mount Wynne falls well short of something that is 5-star. Should a government, ignorant to all fiscal restraints, such as that headed by Dr Ralph E Gonsalves, become […]

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Sky News:–  A young mum has posted photos of the injuries she received as she tried to protect her infant daughter from tennis ball-sized hailstones. Fiona Simpson from Kingaroy, Queensland was in her car with her baby and grandmother, about 130 miles north-west of Brisbane when she drove into a storm. The massive hailstones smashed through […]

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Dear Sir: In light of the increasing global frequency of potentially fatal explosions, is Trinidad and Tobago, as the largest regional oil, gas and chemical industry nation, prepared or properly equipped to deal with a similar explosive emergency? On Tuesday 9th October 2018 there were two massive oil refinery explosions, one at Irving Oil, Canada’s […]

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AVN:–  Since the National Government decided to launch the “Plan Vuelta a la Patria”, in response to the situation of vulnerability of thousands of Venezuelans trapped in countries where they migrated, the Republic has received from August to September 28th In the current year a total of 7,907 repatriates, according to data from the Ministry of […]

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia is in sight of its first-ever youth Olympic Games medal, as Julien Alfred finished second overall in Stage 1 of the women’s 100m on Friday (Oct. 12) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The St. Catherine High School (Jamaica) student, a multiple national record holder and the Commonwealth Youth Games women’s 100m champion, ...

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