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Commerce Minister Bradly Felix has denied indicating in a conversation with the leader of the Cannabis Movement here, Andre ‘Pancho’ De Caires, that there will be full legalisation of marijuana. De Caires posted on Tuesday posted a voice note on social media claiming that Felix had done so. “I have since called on Mr. De […]

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Well-known Vieux Fort businessman Brian Daher is addressing reports of a possible bid for public office. Social media has been abuzz with speculation after a Facebook post drew the attention of political observers ahead of what is expected to be a hotly contested 2020/2021 election cycle.
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Proprietor of the total construction supplies company Timothy Mangal is denying that there was an ulterior motive behind the rejection of a cheque from talk show host Richard Frederick. The former national housing corporation director and senator cites procedure and not political bias for refusing a cheque given to his company for the payment of …
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Proprietor of the total construction supplies company Timothy Mangal is denying that there was an ulterior motive behind the rejection of a cheque from talk show host Richard Frederick. The former national housing corporation director and senator cites procedure and not political bias for refusing a cheque given to his company for the payment of …
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has addressed what he describes as a ‘miscommunication’ that has been going around, asserting that MPs gave themselves a salary hike amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic. “That’s not true,” he told reporters outside parliament Tuesday. He recalled that there was a Salary Review Commission appointed back in 2008. According to Chastanet, […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is denying that he invited Jamaat Al Muslimeen PRO, Fuad Abu Bakr, to join the People’s National Movement (PNM) In fact, Rowley said he could not recall the last time he spoke to Abu Bakr, who attempted to screen as a potential PNM candidate for the Port-of-Spain ...

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The Ministry of Tourism has denied plans to de-register taxi operators. The de-registration claims were made in a voice note posted on social media. It quoted  tourism officials as saying  during a COVID-19 training session, that there is a new licencing regime coming in which taxi drivers will have to re-apply to be able to […]

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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre is denying involvement in the apparent Orgranized protest action outside parliament on Tuesday. While he says the Saint Lucia labor party had nothing to do with the action, Pierre identifies with the protesters cause, stating its reflection of growing discontent with the administration.
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NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC)— The Bahamas government Tuesday described as “false”, reports that it is “running out of money” and that the local currency is under threat of being devalued. “Our economy has not survived and thrived for so long because of good fortune. As a country, we have historically taken a very prudent approach to […]

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