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ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) — Cricket West Indies’ new selection panel says it has reached out to several previously marginalised senior players, including retired all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, and is hoping to have them available for future selection. This comes as CWI looks to revamp is selection policy, with the aim of keeping the process free ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Government of Saint Lucia has launched investigations into recent information being circulated in the public domain surrounding the Minister for the Public Service and Senator Honourable Dr. Ubaldus Raymond. As a consequence of this initial probe, more information has come to light which warrants further investigations by the relevant authorities. The ...

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The victorious St Mary’s College team with Massy United Insurance/JE Bergasse Director, Hollis Bristol (centre) and Massy United Insurance General Manager, Faye Miller (extreme right). St Mary’s College (SMC) are Massy United Insurance Schools cricket champions for 2019, having pulled off  a 71 run victory over Micoud Secondary School (MSS) in the finals of the […]

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A competitive transportation network isn’t just good for citizens wanting to visit family and friends throughout the region or play tourist in their own backyard, it’s also vital for business and economic prosperity. But good routes require substantial investment and this has long been the sticking point in a region where existing operators are already over-stretched, governments have little to spare and overseas investors are wary of taking on the financial risk.

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The Caribbean’s story will always be one of land and water. The waterways help define the culture, events and day-to-day business activity just as much as the land. But while the history of each nation in our region is well known, many people are yet to encounter the amazing story of its waterways and operations. With the Caribbean seeing a variety of new developments in this space — from the positives of a new cruise ship port in Vieux Fort to the concerns of rising piracy — it’s a fitting time to look at the past, present and future of regional waters.

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