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(PRESS RELEASE) — The South Castries Youth and Sports Council has embarked on a campaign to mobilize young people to #EndBullying in their communities. The Council launches the campaign with a public service announcement through the endorsement of the Ministry of Youth Development and Sports and a collaboration with the student’s council at the Sir ...

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Port of Spain, Trinidad — The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today directed the Judicial Manager of the Clico International Life Insurance Limited (CLICO), to recognise and pay a debt of EC$1,423,329.46 to Octavius John and Laurent John within ten days of the Court’s judgment. The CCJ noted that the circumstances of the appellants were ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Negotiations between the management of Bank of Saint Lucia (BOSL) and the National Workers Union (NWU) have begun. The financial institution and the NWU have reached agreement on some articles in the Union’s proposals submitted to the Bank. Both sides have agreed to make every effort to deal with the matter of ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Acting Labour Commissioner Mrs. Cornelia Jn. Baptiste has resolved an industrial impasse between the management of Secure St. Lucia Ltd and the National Workers Union (NWU). Seven days ago the NWU gave the security company a 14-day ultimatum to either engage the Union in an attempt to settle outstanding industrial matters or ...

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COUVA, Trinidad — Hosts Trinidad and Tobago defeated both Barbados and Guyana at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain Couva in the opening day of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) and Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Cricket Association’s Girls 19 and Under T20 Championships. Alysha Gomez starred with the ball for TT against Barbados, taking 4/12, ...

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia have been drawn in Group D of the Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifying tournament, and will come up against Antigua and Barbuda, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico. This is the Caribbean phase of qualifiers from which the leading teams from four groups will advance to the Concacaf Final Round following which ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A flight attendant for Israel’s national airline is in a coma after contracting measles, which she may have picked up in the Big Apple, a report said. Israeli health officials told CNN that the 43-year-old El Al flight attendant now has encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain and complication of the ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A man was nabbed Wednesday night walking into St. Patrick’s Cathedral with four gallons of gasoline, lighter fluid and lighters, police said. Marc Lamparello, 37, of New Jersey, entered the historic Midtown church about 8 p.m. with the flammable paraphernalia, but was quickly intercepted by church security, law enforcement sources said. ...

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(STABROEK NEWS) — Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) President Howard Mitchell is calling for the abolition of the current foreign-exchange management programme and for the Jamaican dollar to be pegged to the US currency. Speaking at the Jamaica International Exhibition (JIE) business breakfast at the S Hotel in Montego Bay on Tuesday, Mitchell questioned ...

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(STABROEK NEWS) — A co­caine ship­ment with an es­ti­mat­ed street val­ue close to TT$40 mil­lion, which was des­tined for Trinidad and To­ba­go, was in­ter­cept­ed by mem­bers of the Cuer­po de In­ves­ti­ga­ciones Ci­en­tifi­cas Pe­nales Y Crim­i­nal­is­tics (CI­CPC) in Venezuela yes­ter­day. The drugs were hid­den in se­cret com­part­ments of lux­u­ri­ous cars which were trav­el­ling in a car­a­van ...

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