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Barbados: ‘Heartless’ banks under fire

Barbados Today:-Former parliamentarian Hamilton Hammie-La Lashley has led a scathing attack on commercial banks in the wake of the latest announcement that they are to slash interest rates on...

Closure of WASCO offices ahead of storm

Press Release:-  The Water and Sewerage Company Inc WASO wishes to advise the general public the due to impending storm conditions expected to affect St Lucia and the rest of...

South Korea signs Central American free trade deal

(AFP) - South Korea signed a free trade deal with five Central American countries on Wednesday, even as Seoul and Washington spar over their existing FTA. Trade Minister Kim Hyun-chong...
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LIAT likely to lose millions due to Irma

Regional carrier LIAT , is likely to lose millions of dollars following the passage of Hurricane Irma, according to regional media reports. The airline's Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer-Jones made...
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Women storm Wintrades supermarket, Guard stabbed

It was pandemonium this evening shortly before 7:00 pm, when eyewitnesses reported that a young woman barged into Wintrades supermarket in La Clery. A supermarket employee told the Times the...
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Introducing Island Promotions

PRESS RELEASE: Castries, Saint Lucia, November 1, 2017 – A new and innovative Public Relations and Marketing Company announced its launch today into the Saint Lucian Market. Island Promotions, founded...

Sandals not intimidated

Antigua Observer:-The operators of Sandals Grande Antigua said they are not intimidated by the government’s announced plan to hire international tax auditors to examine the financials of that company...

NCA speaks out on single use plastic bags levy

Press Release:-  The National Consumers’ Association (NCA) understands the policy decision by Massy Stores Management to implement a levy on the sale of single use plastic bags. The Association...
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CARPHA joins regional climate resilience alliance

Georgetown, Guyana.  28 April 2017.  The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) signed a Letter of Agreement (LoA) today to join other CARICOM and non-Governmental agencies, representing climate-sensitive sectors in...

Flow and C&W Business Boost Cyber-Security

PRESS RELEASE:-Castries, Saint Lucia – June 23, 2017 – More and more, it is becoming difficult – if not impossible – to do business without access to the internet, whether fixed, home...