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Sandals Grande St. Lucian welcomed the grandest sprinter of all time, Jamaican Usain Bolt, along with former West Indies Captains Daren Sammy and Dwayne Bravo at a special function on Thursday morning at the resort. In attendance were groups of athletes associated with several sports including golf, cricket, football, swimming and, of course, track and field.

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Recommendation 24 requires countries to take the requisite measures to prevent legal persons from being misused for money laundering and terrorist financing. It is imperative that countries have systems in place to ensure the availability of accurate and adequate information on the beneficial control and ownership of legal persons. A beneficial owner refers to the […]

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ST JOHNS, Antigua – The ministers of education of the member states of the Organization of American States (OAS) approved the plan of action of Antigua and Barbuda 2019, which seeks to promote the implementation of the Inter-American Education Agenda (IEA). The plan of action is based on the principles of collaboration, intersectorality, and interculturalism, […]
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The leader of the opposition, Philip J. Pierre, has written to Governor General Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac, urging that recent appointments to the Teaching Service and Public Service Commissions be revoked. Vieux Fort North MP, Moses ‘Musa’ Jn Baptiste told a news conference of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Tuesday, that Pierre has […]

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CASTRIES, St Lucia — Legislative framework and appropriate regulations relative to Secure Transactions in Movable Properties Legislation in Saint Lucia, is now into its second phase. Access to finance is a long-standing issue for the private sector particularly small and medium enterprises. Research indicates that approximately 70 percent of business’s wealth is concentrated in its […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor CARACAS, Venezuela – The Venezuela government confirmed Saturday the death of army captain Rafael Acosta Arévalo, who was charged with crimes of terrorism, sedition, and assassination as part of his participation in the April 30 [attempted] coup against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, said attorney general Tarek William Saab, […]
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OSAKA, Japan — The annual G20 summit of leaders from the largest and fastest-growing economies, got underway last Friday in Osaka, Japan, against a backdrop of what UN Secretary-General António Guterres described as “a moment of high political tension”. “We have global warming, but we have also global political warming, and this can be seen […]
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ST THOMAS, USVI – The Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF), which has its headquarters on the campus of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, announced its participation in an executive session on advancing economic development through entrepreneurship and; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Action Network […]
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(PRESS RELEASE) –– The management of the Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) remains deeply disturbed by the careless and mischievous actions of an individual or company, who is believed to have deposited an oil-based substance in the sludge pit at the Beausejour Treatment Facility in Gros Islet, resulting in the fish kill which surfaced on ...

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