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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Mar 1, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago government says it seek to help the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, reduce its financial burden by possibly entering into an agreement with the state-owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL) regarding the maintenance of its fleet, but that Port of Spain would not be injecting cash ...

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Press Release:-   The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has called for countries in the Region of the Americas to prepare for a timely response to possible outbreaks of dengue. The disease is endemic in the Region and, since its reintroduction in the 1980s, has caused cyclical outbreaks and epidemics every three to five years.  The first […]

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Guyana Chronicle:-  THE Guyana Police Force held talks with American Aviation giant MIDAS Aviation Service Inc., as it explored the possibility of establishing an aviation wing. The meeting took place on Thursday between Commissioner of Police Leslie James and his administrative team and representatives of American Aviation giant MIDAS Aviation Service Inc, of Beach Airpark Florida, […]

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Press Release:-  Young people across Saint Lucia can now have access to quality eye care examinations, durable frames and up-to-date lens technology, free of charge. The Courts Optical Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Brighter View, seeks to deliver comprehensive eye care to young individuals facing vulnerable circumstances. The project which began in Trinidad in 2017 has expanded to […]

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Press Release:–  Groups representing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Caribbean citizens have long cautioned our governments that buggery and gross indecency laws pose a threat to the lives of anyone perceived to be gay, and therefore criminal, whether or not they are. In the wake of the murder of Michael Pooran On February 23, 2019, local […]

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WASHINGTON, DC. Feb. 28, CMC – The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has called for countries in the Caribbean and Latin America to prepare for a timely response to possible outbreaks of the mosquito-borne dengue fever. “Dengue is a viral infection transmitted by mosquitoes that is widespread in the Americas,” said Dr. Marcos Espinal, Director ...

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb. 28, CMC – Leader of the main opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP), Bharrat Jagdeo, says he will not be meeting with President David Granger until a date for a general election is announced. Jagdeo, a former president, also told reporters that he has since abandoned plans to write Granger outlining some conditions ...

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