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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Castries Constituency Council is very satisfied with the guidance received in resolving grievances related to recent industrial action by some workers. We are pleased that the Castries Constituency Council (CCC) and the National Workers Union (NWU) were able to settle issues during a conciliatory meeting on Thursday February 27, 2020 at ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – In keeping with its mandate to increase public awareness the Department of Home Affairs and National Security and the Task Force for the Prevention of Trafficking in Persons will release a skit on social media that will underline the message that it is illegal in Saint Lucia, to exploit any one including ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) – A for­mer se­cu­ri­ty guard of the now de­funct Sen­tinel Se­cu­ri­ty Ser­vices faced lar­ce­ny charges, af­ter he al­leged­ly stole over four hun­dred thou­sand dol­lars from Re­pub­lic Bank Lim­it­ed over sev­en years ago. 66-year-old Rawle Dann of Scar­bor­ough, To­ba­go, stood be­fore Mag­is­trate In­drani Ce­de­no at the Scar­bor­ough Mag­is­trate First Court and plead­ed guilty to ...

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(CNN) – US Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn said the United States should have the capacity to perform about a million novel coronavirus tests by the end of the week. “Our expectation in talking to the company that’s scaling this up, is that we should have the capacity by the end of ...

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(ABC NEWS) – As the U.S. braces for possible wider spread of the novel coronavirus, health officials are warning business leaders to make preparations for managing a workforce that can’t come into the workplace. “We’re trying to figure out how to keep the business going when people can’t get to the office,” Peter Cappelli, a ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) – Jamaicans are being advised to brace for a spike in prices because of the shutdown of factories in China last month amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, that has claimed the lives of more than 3,000 people globally. Business magnate Gassan Azan, CEO of the MegaMart supermarket chain and ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – In an ultimate act of love, David Francis braved the strong currents at Cumana beach, Toco, to get to the woman he married three months ago. Francis, 34, desperately tried to save his wife, relatives said. But the Canadian couple , who came to Trinidad for Carnival celebrations, went under the rough ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Jamaica’s health authorities last night reiterated that interim guidelines relating to the admittance of cruise ships to the island’s ports have been drafted and circulated to The Port Authority of Jamaica and relevant agencies. The measures were outlined by the Ministry of Health and Wellness in light of what appears to be ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) – There is a short­age of N-95 masks in the coun­try, which puts doc­tors at risk should there be an out­break of the nov­el coro­n­avirus (COVID-19). Con­firm­ing the short­age yes­ter­day was Phar­ma­cy Board of T&T pres­i­dent An­drew Ra­haman, who told Guardian Me­dia, “it looks like the coun­try does not have”. Guardian Me­dia con­tact­ed ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) –  The St James police yesterday took two men into custody following a brazen mid-morning incident in which a popular Chinese businessman and his personal security guard were shot and killed outside a bank across from the Church Street Police Station in downtown Montego Bay. The dead men have been identified as Kenneth ...

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