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By Richard Lawless In 2015, I began an investigation into the Puerto Rico municipal bond default. This $70 billion default was the largest in US history. First, I looked at the financials of the municipalities, and that journey led to the conclusion that the municipalities were all technically bankrupt before they issued the bonds. To […]

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Jamaica Gleaner:– A correctional officer this morning shot and killed his estranged wife, also a correctional officer, on Waltham Park Road in St Andrew as she headed to work. It happened in front of their 12-year-old daughter who has been left traumatised. It is reported that Rouleene Clarke-Gowans, 42, and her husband, Patrick Gowans recently separated […]

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CASTRIES, Saint Lucia – Local extension officers in Saint Lucia engaged in the banana industry are now empowered and able to conduct on-farm diagnosis and determine the pH and nutrient status of the soil. The new technology was introduced and taught to extension officers employed with the Banana Productivity Improvement Project at a special training […]

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(SNO) — The Police Welfare Association (PWA) and the government have reached an agreement on at least one aspect of industrial matters for the 2016-2019 triennium. PWA President Travis Chicot told HTS News that his organization and the Government Negotiation Team (GNT) concluded matters proposed on financial and non-financial benefits for police officers, although the ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Mar 11, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) Monday said it would begin conducting random drug testing on police officers and that Police Commissioner Gary Griffith will be the first to be tested. In a statement, the TTPS said that the drug testing, which will begin in two ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith says with­in the next two weeks over 140 po­lice of­fi­cers who work on the bor­ders of the south­west­ern penin­su­la will un­der­go poly­graph (lie de­tec­tor) tests. Grif­fith, who met with the of­fi­cers two weeks ago, ex­plained that the test was not an in­di­ca­tion of guilt but was meant to ...

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The Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) is calling out its members to what it expects will be a massive meeting during working hours on Monday March 11th. The union says the purpose of the meeting is to update members on talks with the government negotiating team. The CSA is asking its members to reject …
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The Royal St. Lucia Police Force is receiving training in human rights in attempt to lift the Leahy law. In February, the force invited a professor from the Howard University College of Medicine to provide expertise on the matter.  
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