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Press Release:-  – A spirited ecumenical service, an engaging Annual General Meeting and a highly interactive panel discussion were among key activities undertaken as the island’s main insurance advisory body, the Insurance Council of St. Lucia (ICSL), brought the curtains down on the first ever installment of Insurance Week. The inaugural Insurance Week of activities was […]

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(CMC) – A Grenadian national is asking the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to decide whether or not Trinidad and Tobago breached his right to freedom of movement under the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas when it denied him entry into the oil rich twin island republic last December. Attorney Ruggles Ferguson said his client, David ...

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Guyana Chronicle:-  Principal Magistrate Judy Latchman on Wednesday committed three teens via paper committal to the High Court for allegedly raping an 11-year-old girl. Eighteen-year-old Caozuyag Menuy, his 15-year-old brother and their 13 year old friend were jointly charged for the offence. The allegation which read that between October 1 and October 31, 2017 on the  […]

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(CMC) – Lawyers for the state-owned oil company, PETROTRIN, have filed an appeal against an injunction granted to the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) by the Industrial Court earlier this week. The Industrial Court on Monday also dismissed a stay of its ruling as had been sought by the company and the lawyers representing the ...

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(CMC) – St. Lucia says it will remain committed to its relationship with Taiwan that China regards as a renegade province. St. Lucia is among a handful of Caribbean countries that have maintained diplomatic relations with Taipei despite China’s move to have countries worldwide embrace its “one China’ policy. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, who is ...

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(CMC) – The Maritime Administration (MARAD) Tuesday said that mariners can now use updated nautical maps and charts in navigating part of the Demerara River safely as a result of a British-funded US$1.1 million hydrographic survey. “The first phase of the project entailed an examination of the depth of the seabed and shoreline to detect ...

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