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NEW YORK, USA – A wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation, has agreed to pay a criminal penalty of more than $8.7 million to resolve the government’s investigation into violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) arising out of a bid-rigging and bribery scheme in connection with the sale of Microsoft software licenses to […]
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By Shaun Malcolm My hometown of Grand Turk has been ignored, forgotten and neglected for far too long and our residents are in desperate need of jobs, commerce and opportunities. Providenciales once lacked jobs, commerce and opportunities but a shrewd development agreement between the Turks & Caicos Islands (TCI) government and Club Med in the […]
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By Harvey Cenac Our healthcare system in Saint Lucia is far from perfect, and therefore worth arguing that our healthcare services need a major overhaul, much like the current United Workers Party (UWP) administration. Moreover, our healthcare system has reached a point of such calamity that the citizens of our great nation should call a […]
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By Oliver Mills The advent of independence for Caribbean states was one of hope and great expectations for its citizens. It was believed independence would solve the lagging issues of emancipation and colonial rule, and promote economic and social development, cultural consciousness, and a sense of nationhood and national sovereignty. But the practice of politics […]
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Dear Sir: It is good that we are having more conversations about corruption and the need to eradicate it from our island of Jamaica. Triggered by the recent revelations at Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) and Petrojam, followed up by the recent People’s National Party (PNP) “Anti-Corruption” event in Half-Way-Tree, the current blame-game being carried on […]
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Dear Sir: On July 12th 2019, I am pleased to say, I met a great man. I was in the lobby of the Supreme Court in San Fernando, on my soldierly way towards the elevator, when I saw him. There he was, looking dapper as always. And he looked healthy and fit, as fit as […]
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Dear Sir: The perception that Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard is politically aligned to the ruling Peoples National Movement (PNM) was further reinforced with the outcome of the three criminal charges that were laid against A&V Oil and Gas CEO Hanif Nazim Baksh and his son-in-law, Sargent Billy Ramsundar being dismissed by Siparia […]
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Dear Sir: The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 astronauts landing on the moon is July 20, 2019, and it brings back memories of my involvement in our space program. I served a two-year tour as the meteorology/assistant intelligence officer on an amphibious group staff. Our primary mission was to transport and land marines and […]
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The Pentecostal Assembly of the West Indies (PAWI), is urging the government to resist the pressure to grant permission to the LGBTQI community to hold a march next month. PAWI is concerned that such a march will send the wrong signals to the society, particularly the youth.    
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Press Release:– Saint Lucia has announced its 62-athlete contingent to the 2019 Winlott/CBN Windward Islands Schools Games. The students were presented in a press conference this morning at the Ministry of Youth Development & Sports after undergoing months-long rigorous training in the disciplines being contested: Basketball (Male & Female), Football, Netball, Track & Field and Volleyball […]

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