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Business Insider:- A Royal Caribbean Cruises passenger is suing the company after he broke his pelvis on a trampoline, according to a lawsuit filed March 12. The defendant, Casey Holladay, is seeking $10 million in damages, the Miami Herald reports. He is accusing Royal Caribbean of negligence in installing the Sky Pad trampoline on its Mariner of […]

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[BBC NEWS]:- While many in their 80s and 90s may be starting to take it easy, 85 year old track star Irene Obera is at the other end of the spectrum. Setting multiple world athletics records in her age category, she is one of a growing band of “master athletes” who represent the extreme end …
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Press Release:– Regional industrial relations officials from Bank of Nova Scotia met with the Leadership and Shop Stewards of the National Workers Union (NWU) during the period of negotiations. The meetings discussed new arrangements that Scotia Bank is currently undertaking and the implications for the Bank’s employees going forward.  The following were agreed upon: All Scotia […]

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[BBC NEWS Africa, March 20th 2019]:- So far 200 people have been confirmed dead in the southern African country, along with another 100 in neighbouring Zimbabwe, but the death toll could be much higher. Those who survived the disaster have had little reprieve to mourn the loss of their loved ones or salvage the little …
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St. Lucia took gold in mixed Football at the 2019 Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi. The team defeated Portugal 4-1, with Alec Pierre and Jean Paul Isidore scoring 1 goal each, and Austin Jeremie adding two.  In Boce, St. Lucia finished 3rd. As it stands, the team has a total of 2 gold medals, 1 …
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mar 20, CMC – St. Lucia is expected to record economic growth of three per cent this year with the Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) saying that the growth appears poised to increase in large part due to private and public sector construction programmes coming back on stream. In its “Country Economic Review ...

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