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NASSAU, Bahamas, Mar 16, CMC – Six Caribbean nationals, including five Haitians, appeared in court here charged with illegally entering and over staying their visit in the Bahamas. The Bahamas immigration Department said that the six people, including a Jamaican national, appeared before Magistrate Carolina Evans in Magistrate Court #6 on Friday. It said Benson ...

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BELMOPAN, Belize, Mar 16, CMC – Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin will on April 1 hear arguments for an interim injunction to prevent Belize from holding a national referendum on whether to go to before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to settle its long standing border dispute with Guatemala. The referendum is due to be ...

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BELMOPAN, Belize, Mar 16, CMC – Prime Minister Dean Barrow has presented a budget of BDZ$1.25 billion (One Belize dollar=US$0.49 cents) national budget to Parliament “I should point out that as we have done since first taking office in 2008, we will again be financing our capital programme wholly from concessional sources provided by our ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mar 16, CMC – Transport Minister Robert Montague, says he is working to have a domestic airline operating in Jamaica as soon as possible. “Having a domestic airline is one of my objectives because I believe that ordinary Jamaicans should have an option of taking… air transport, so I have it as one ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Mar 16, CMC – The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) says this year’s CCJ International Law Moot will be held later this month. A CCJ statement said that the 11th Annual Moot on March 21- 22, will bring together participants from law schools and faculties around the region. It was ...

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(SNO) — A woman was arrested for urinating in Castries along with a number of persons, an official from the Office of the Mayor has confirmed. According to the official, this was the first time a female was arrested for the offence. No further information on her arrest was immediately available. The official also disclosed ...

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The City Police have reported arresting fourteen males and one female for indecent exposure in connection with urinating in public in Castries. It was the first time that a woman was arrested for the offence since the Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, announced a campaign against urinating in the capital as part of efforts to clean […]

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Antigua Observer:-  The General Secretary of the Antigua and Barbuda Workers Union (ABWU) David Massiah has called on LIAT to hold a regional meeting with all the trade unions representing the airline’s workers to re-examine cost-cutting proposals designed to keep the airline financially viable. Massiah, who attended a recent meeting that discussed the affairs of […]

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