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Director of the Forensic Lab, Fernanda Henry, has said it is now building confidence in the public as it relates to crime-fighting on the island. She told the media that confidence in the lab had taken a nosedive because of many controversies surround it, including a number of closures. “We need to step up, we ...

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The leader of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), Philip J. Pierre, secured a massive vote of confidence in his stewardship from party delegates Sunday. The delegates voted 303 in favour with a mere 3 against at the SLP’s closed session of its conference of delegates. The event was held at the Jon Odlum […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) — The recent upgrade in Barbados’ foreign and local currency rating by Moody’s rating agency demonstrates the confidence of international investors in the effectiveness of the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) Programme, minister in the ministry of finance, Ryan Straughn affirmed, and that the upgrade signalled to all that the government […]
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On the last International Men’s Day, November 19, a man expressed his disappointment at the scant regard paid its observance at his workplace, as opposed to the ubiquitous pink and frilly fanfare that is normally associated with International Women’s Day. Men’s risk-taking with health has caused some alarming statistics. “When it’s Women’s Day, people receive […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — The Caribbean Court of Justice Tuesday morning ruled that the December 21 No Confidence Motion was properly passed with a vote of 33 members in the 65-seat National Assembly. Accordingly, the Court ruled that the provisions of Article 106 of the Constitution were triggered, namely that elections be called in three ...

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Stabroek News:- The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday ruled that the no-confidence motion brought against the David Granger-led APNU+AFC administration was validly passed with the votes of 33 members of the 65-member National Assembly last December, thereby compelling the resignation of Cabinet and the holding of general elections. Justice Jacob Wit—one of the five judges […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor KINGSTON, Jamaica – Two major economic announcements in Jamaica indicates that the country has regained confidence to achieve growth and the launch of the Electronic Single Window (ESW) is expected to be a game changer for importers and exporters. Chairman of the Economic Growth Council (EGC), Michael Lee-Chin speaking at […]
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has declared that  restructuring of the economy has helped  to put Saint Lucia on a strong financial footing, with the result that the country has regained the confidence of business people and investors, locally and internationally. “The budgetary proposals for the upcoming financial year are designed to achieve growth that will […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The Guyana court of appeal on Friday overturned the December 21, 2018, no confidence vote brought in Guyana’s National Assembly by opposition leader Bharrat Jagdeo. The court of appeal judgment also reversed the January 31, 2019, ruling of Chief Justice Roxanne George, which upheld the no confidence […]

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