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While LUCELEC Officials Continue Investigations To Pin Down The Exact Cause Of The Rare, October 10 Island-Wide Power Outage The Company Along With The Civil Service Association [CSA] Both Denied An Ongoing Industrial Rift Is To Blame. In September, CSA General Secretary Claude Paul Warned Of Amped Up Industrial Action As The Year’s Long Impasse …
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St. Lucia Was On Caught Off guard On Wednesday Morning By A Nationwide Electrical Shutdown. Many Businesses Had Their Operations Brought To A Halt, As The Unannounced And Unexpected Power Cut Took Effect. The Electrical Shutdown Exposed The Lack Of Preparedness Of Some Major Operators In St. Lucia.
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Economic Activity In The Capital And Elsewhere Stuttered As Wednesday’s Power Cut Took Hold. The Disruption Had A Knock-On Effect Even On Enterprises That Do Not Directly Depend On Electrical Supply For Their Operations. The Unexpected Disruption Resulted In Loss Of Time And Revenue.
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By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Trinidad and Tobago prime minister, Dr Keith Rowley, has denied allegations that he has a bank account in Florida through which he benefitted financially from a massive fake oil fraud at the state-owned Petrotrin refinery as “spurious and wholly untrue”. Opposition member of parliament, Dr […]

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CÚCUTA, Colombia — With the help of the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), Colombia is showing “extraordinary solidarity” towards Venezuelans displaced amid the country’s on-going economic and political crisis, said agency chief, Filippo Grandi on Tuesday. With over 4,000 Venezuelans entering Colombia each day, intending to either stay there or push further south, neighboring countries are […]

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(Press release- T&T News Day) A DAMP spot on the bowlers’ run-up caused the abandonment of the West Indies B match against the Windward Islands Volcanoes, in Group A of the Regional Super50 Cup, at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair yesterday. The defending champions Volcanoes, chasing a target of 221 in their allotted 50 …
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By Douglas Mcintosh KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The government of Jamaica has divested the operation of the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) to Mexican entity, Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico SAB De CV (GAP). A 25-year concession agreement was signed on Wednesday by chairman of the Airports Authority of Jamaica (AAJ), which owns the NMIA, William […]

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(SNO) — The lifeless body of a woman, who was discovered in waters off Questelles beach in St. Vincent and the Grenadines this morning, Oct. 10, 2018, is reportedly that of a Saint Lucian-born British national, according to media reports in the neighbouring island. The woman’s body was discovered floating face-down by a friend who ...

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NEW YORK, USA — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is proceeding with US$34.5 million in grants to fund renewable energy projects in the Caribbean that are built to withstand Category 5 hurricanes and located for enhanced resilience. The UAE’s minister of climate change and environment, Dr Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, made the announcement at […]

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