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Press Release:- The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC) opened the 2020 Law Year this week under the theme “A New Era for the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court- the Road to Achieving Court Excellence.” The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court serves nine jurisdictions across the Caribbean including Saint Lucia. Chief Justice Hon. Dame Janice Pereira opened the law […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – A recent study conducted by the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the German corporation for international co-operation, found a high level of confidence in the integrity and independence of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). The Judicial Integrity Scan also commended the Court for its institutional design, organisational capacities and the competencies ...

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NORTH CAROLINA, United States (CMC) — A new study carried out by a US-based university in the state of North Carolina says researchers have uncovered evidence that there was truth to reports of a population of cannibals in The Bahamas and Hispaniola, as described by Christopher Columbus. According to North Carolina State University (NCSU) scholars […]

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Piton beer, brewed by Windward & Leeward Brewery Ltd (owned by Heineken), is an example of a highly popular local beer with vastly unrealised global appeal Throughout the 2010s the beer industry saw a surge of consumers increasingly preferring craft beer over established alternatives. By 2025 the craft beer industry is predicted to command US$ […]

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Presently many countries are still in the earliest years of a pro-cannabis policy, and many are still seeking to form the foundations of their own domestic industry, with the notion of serving as a market exporter an enticing but distant goal. Nonetheless, those that already have a strong regulatory regime for labelling will have a far easier path to capitalising on strong demand as exporters, compared to those that do not.

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) — Canada has told Caribbean visitors with new electronic passports that they should refrain from travelling with both passports. In a statement, the Canadian government said rather, travellers are advised to transfer the visa counterfoil to the new passport to avoid delays at the airport when boarding flights to Canada. “Delays […]

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