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By Robert Blenker With the abundance of clean energy resources in the Caribbean — sun, wind, water and geothermal — it’s a natural environment for more renewable energy generation. Undoubtedly over time, renewable energy projects developed appropriately can stabilize electricity costs, reduce dependence on fuel imports, combat climate change, and foster energy independence for small […]

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Press Release:– The Management and Staff of the Ministry of Commerce, International Trade, Investment, Enterprise Development and Consumer Affairs would like to congratulate Saint Lucia’s Mr. Johanan Dujon, owner of Algas Organics, for receiving the 2019 Commonwealth Youth Award.   Mr. Dujon was among four (4) young entrepreneurs, and the only Caribbean National, who obtained the coveted award […]

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Stabroek News:– Two armed bandits, dressed in school uniform, on Saturday robbed a New Amsterdam money changer of $4 million as he entered his yard at the Bermine Housing Scheme, East Bank Berbice. According to information gathered, the vendor, Robin Busgith, and his wife had just returned from their stall at the New Amsterdam market […]

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Dear Sir: Now that Carnival has passed and we are in the season of reflection and introspection, I wish to return to an issue that arose in early February in Trinidad and Tobago regarding legal education. I refer to the statement by President Weekes which brought on the ire of Israel Khan, learned Senior Counsel, […]

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Dear Sir: I am now convinced that the closure of Petrotrin was a calculated attack not only on the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU), but on the rest of the trade union movement and the country as a whole. I say this because there is a definite connection between the secret meeting of the Chambers […]

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Dear Sir: Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley must fully account to the people of Trinidad and Tobago on all aspects of the secret negotiations of multibillion-dollar loans for Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Company by a nonelected public official. The loans, worth up to US$1.4 billion, would add to Trinidad and Tobago’s onerous debt burden, which has […]

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Dear Mrs Dawn Thomas, I write to you and your company, in my capacity as a citizen of Grenada and a media practitioner, to express my grave concern re a recent action by the local subsidiary of One Caribbean Media, the Grenada Broadcasting Network (GBN) – the employment of an active government senator and potential […]

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