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Increased security for CARIFESTA

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Barbados Today:-Barbadians and visitors are being assured that the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) will be out in full force during the upcoming Caribbean Festival of Arts (CARIFESTA) in...
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Caribbean Association of Banks discusses Regional Financial Industry issues with CARICOM and Central Bank...

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PRESS RELEASE:-The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) paid an official visit to the CARICOM Secretariat in Guyana as well as the Central Bank of Guyana, July 6-7, 2017. The CAB...
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Man accused of impregnating teen three times charged

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Jamaica Observer:-THE police unit responsible for investigating sexual and other abuses of children have arrested and charged a man accused of impregnating a teenage girl in the Lawrence Tavern...

Barbados: Recall on Eve Luncheon Meat

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Barbados Today:- A voluntary recall has been issued for all Eve Luncheon Meat 300 grams and Eve Chicken Luncheon Meat 300 grams with a Best Before Date range of...

T&T: Girl, 8, aunt perish in fire

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Trinidad Guardian:-Trapped in a raging fire at their Moruga home in a suspected arson attack early yesterday morning, eight-year-old Alliyah Primus and her aunt Nolene Neisha Gopaul perished while...

Guyana: Restaurant owner murdered

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Kaieteur News:-The bound body of a Chinese national that was discovered in the bathroom area of the Paradise Chinese Restaurant at Tuschen, East Bank Essequibo, on Thursday night, has...
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Barbados records another brazen shooting incident

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Barbados Today:-An impassioned appeal was made to the authorities today to take urgent action to stem the worrying tide of gun crimes following another brazen shooting incident. Four days after...
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Chevening UK scholarships now open

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GIS:-Earn A One-Year Master’s Degree in any Subject at any UK University. The OECS Commission is proud to partner with the UK government in promoting applications for the Chevening Scholarship...

Jamaica: Chinese Embassy concerned about possible racial tensions

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Jamaica Observer:-PETER Bunting and the Chinese Embassy in Jamaica are now engaged in a bitter jousting over allegations he made against Chinese companies operating in the island, which the...

Barbados economy expected to slow down

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Barbados Today: The Barbados economy, which grew by an estimated 2.2 per cent during the first half of this year, is expected to slow by the end of 2017. Acting Central...