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St. Lucia Economic Citizenship Programme task force

Grenada combats violence against girls

St.Kitts and Nevis students do well on exams

St. Lucia PM certain about economic turnaround

Antigua PM in China with education on the agenda

Jamaican prof calling for debate on recalling elected officials

Critical thinking needed in SVG schools, says PM Gonsalves

Jamaica’s bus riders, led by Holness, rally against fare hikes
St. Kitts plans to borrow $500 million for finances

The St. Kitts and Nevis Parliament has given the green light for government to borrow some 500 million dollars to finance current requirements. However, Timothy Harris, leader of the opposition Team Unity, is now accusing the government of playing games with the public by giving the impression that the country is rich, while at the Read More

Jamaica sees nearly $1 billion in drought damages

Losses incurred by Jamaica’s agricultural sector due to the dry spell have moved close to a billion dollars. The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries estimates that over 2,000 hectares of crops valued at some 953 million dollars have been impacted. 1,839 farmers have been hit by the drought. In the meantime, 30 million dollars have Read More

Constitution Amendment Bill passes in T&T

After almost three days of heated debate, the controversial Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 has been passed in Trinidad and Tobago’s Senate. The bill was passed around 11 at night with a total of 18 senators voting for it and 12 against it. All the Opposition Senators present and six independents voted against the bill. (Image Read More

Flow goes Back 2 School

THE NATIONAL Commercial Bank (NCB) Insurance Health and Wellness zone was a hit at the second staging of the Flow Back 2 School fair in Montego Bay on Sunday.This was an important component of the event and many parents were able to attest to that as… Click here to read full story

Who is your choice for commissioner of police?

Views from the west – Allan Lewin, entertainment specialistI would not look past Carl Williams. Click here to read full story

Cecil Charlton Park to get 10 shops

MANDEVILLE, Manchester: THE GOVERNMENT of Canada has donated US$100,000 (approximately J$11 million) for the redevelopment of the Cecil Charlton Park through partnership with Caribbean Local Economic Development Project… Click here to read full story

'One-of-a-kind politician'

PRIME MINISTER Portia Simpson Miller said yesterday that she will miss Roger Clarke’s “wise counsel, his tremendous sense of duty to public life and his outstanding contribution to agriculture”.Clarke, the country’s agriculture minister and close… Click here to read full story

Officials in shock, disbelief

Improving the efficiency and productivity of local farmers was on Roger Clarke’s mind even as he recuperated from surgery in Florida, United States of America, with the anticipation of soon returning to the helm of the agriculture ministry…. Click here to read full story

Wait for me – Roger – Clarke wanted to help with funeral arrangements for campaign manager

Western Bureau: Kenneth Singh was more than a campaign manager to Roger Clarke in Central Westmoreland. He was a friend. So 14 days ago when Singh died and the message was relayed to Clarke in Florida where he was recovering from back surgery … Click here to read full story

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