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Anxious Windward Islands Packaging Company Ltd (WINERA) workers are concerned that the business could go down without a fight. The WINERA workers downed tools Monday morning to show up outside a meeting room at the Coco Palm resort in the North of the Island where representatives of their union, the National Workers Union (NWU), were […]

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AFP WILLEMSTAD:- Passengers confined to a Church of Scientology cruise ship after a crew member came down with measles could be permitted to disembark in Curacao as early as Tuesday (May 6), health authorities said. Blood samples have been sent for testing in the Netherlands from passengers who could not prove they had been vaccinated […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, declaring that tackling crime is a multi-faceted and complex issue, disclosed Monday that there are over 1000 cases for murder backed up in the courts. The Saint Lucia PM made the comments while detailing efforts his administration is making on several fronts to address crime. “We have, I think, over 1000 […]

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As the Common Entrance Examination draws near, Grade 6 students of the Gordon & Walcott Memorial Methodist School received a timely presentation on “Procrastination and Productivity” by the National Competitiveness and Productivity Council (NCPC). According to the NCPC, this was one of the activities of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank’s mentorship programme. The Council explained […]

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