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Veteran Educator says: Review Common Entrance Exam

Veteran Educator, Doctor Virginia Albert-Poyotte, believes that the Common Entrance Examination should be reviewed. The former General Secretary of the Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT), noted that universal secondary education...

Differences on LIAT

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne has strongly defended the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, amid criticisms of its performance, saying that if it did not exist “one would...
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Misfeasance case – PM consulting his lawyers

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, is seeking clarification from his lawyers in regard to the misfeasance case against him. The disclosure has come from the Prime Minister’s Attache, Nancy Charles. Charles told...

Election Financing: Who Bought Whom?

PRESS RELEASE:-Electoral fraud and vote rigging are illegal practices in the electoral process. In many democratic states, such practices carry severe punishment, including imprisonment. In many Caribbean societies, there...

Police Officer charged with rape

A police officer has been charged with rape and attempting to pervert the course of justice. The charges were laid in connection with an incident that occurred on June 7,...
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Woman live-streams aftermath of fatal officer-involved shooting

(CNN) Authorities say that a man is dead after being shot by police Wednesday evening after being pulled over in a traffic stop. The incident took place in Falcon Heights, Minnesota,...

Maritime Consultant concerned about fishermen

Maritime Consultant with the Ministry of Tourism, Cuthbert Didier, has told the Times that he is not surprised at the number of local fishermen who go missing every year. Didier...

Antigua accused of shedding crocodile tears over Liat

Barbados Today:-Signs of a fault line between Antigua and Barbuda and Barbados over regional airline LIAT became apparent today with Minister of Tourism and International Transport Richard Sealy accusing...

SLP: Allow case to proceed unhindered

PRESS RELEASE:- The Saint Lucia Labour Party welcomes the significant and important decision of the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal to reinstate the charges of Misfeasance in Public Office against...

King cites need to review labour code

Labour Minister, Stephenson King has said that based on his own knowledge and experiences he has heard of, he is convinced of the need for a further review of...