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CCJ rules agreement between former husband and wife binding

CCJ rules agreement between former husba…

PORT OF SPAIN -October 14, 2017 - The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has ruled that an agreement reached by a Guyanese couple after their marriage ended in 1998...

14-10-2017 Hits:55 Justice

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Will the US and EU Go Their Separate Ways on the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Will the US and EU Go Their Separate Way…

Stockholm: The Iran nuclear deal has demonstrated that diplomacy can triumph in nuclear non-proliferation: dialogue, rather than military action, can convince states to forgo pursuing nuclear weapons. The EU has long...

14-10-2017 Hits:25 World News

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Why African Population Could Likely Quadruple by the End of the Century

Why African Population Could Likely Quad…

The population of Africa is increasing rapidly. From an estimated 140 million in 1900, it had grown to a billion in 2010.

14-10-2017 Hits:15 Lifestyle

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US, Israel Quit UN’s Cultural Agency Citing Bias

US, Israel Quit UN’s Cultural Agency Cit…

PARIS, October 13, 2017- (Reuters) The US and Israel announced on Thursday they were quitting the UN’s cultural agency UNESCO, after Washington accused it of anti-Israeli bias.

14-10-2017 Hits:16 World News

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JAMAICA | MoBay's Paediatric  Hospital a step closer

JAMAICA | MoBay's Paediatric Hospital a…

KINGSTON, October 13, 2017 - The Government is a step closer towards commencing construction of the Western Children’s Hospital in Montego Bay, St. James.

14-10-2017 Hits:34 Health

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JAMAICA | Montague says Crime costing the country $68-billion annually

JAMAICA | Montague says Crime costing th…

KINGSTON, October 13, 2017 - The Jamaican government's inability to effectively deal with its monumental murder problem is costing the country dearly. 

13-10-2017 Hits:60 local news

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JAMAICA | Agriculture ministry wants increased production to offset imports

JAMAICA | Agriculture ministry wants inc…

MANCHESTER, Jamaica (JIS) — Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries,  JC Hutchinson, says come next year, work will begin to bring an end to...

13-10-2017 Hits:49 Agriculture

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JAMAICA | Gov't says it's unable to dismantle political garrisons

JAMAICA | Gov't says it's unable to dism…

KINGSTON,  October 13, 2017 - Justice Minister Delroy Chuck says government has determined that it will be unable to respond to one of the ten recommendations made by the West...

13-10-2017 Hits:33 local news

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JAMAICA | Patriots say Dunn not eligible to contest St. Mary by-elections

JAMAICA | Patriots say Dunn not eligible…

ANNATO BAY, St. Mary, October 13, 2017 - The highly publicised political campaign in the October 30 St. Mary South Eastern by-election has taken a new twist. Peoples National Party...

13-10-2017 Hits:130 Politics

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JAMAICA | Government to Focus on Social Housing – PM Holness

JAMAICA | Government to Focus on Social …

KINGSTON,  October 13, 2017  - Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the government will place more focus on providing social housing.

13-10-2017 Hits:24 local news

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Grange to Break Ground for Stafanie Taylor Oval

Grange to Break Ground for Stafanie Tayl…

Kingston, October 13 - The Honourable Olivia Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, will be the main speaker at the Ground Breaking and Sign Unveiling ceremony for the...

13-10-2017 Hits:20 Sports

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GUYANA | Gov't benefits financially from oil sector

GUYANA | Gov't benefits financially from…

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Oct 11, CMC – The Guyana government says it has collected approximately GUY$900 million in taxes from “activities connected to oil and gas” for the first half of...

11-10-2017 Hits:39 Energy

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ANTIGUA | Gov't takes tough stand against foreigners involved in crime

ANTIGUA | Gov't takes tough stand agains…

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Oct 11, CMC – The Antigua and Barbuda government says it will adopt a zero tolerance approach to foreign nationals engaged in criminal activities here and will...

11-10-2017 Hits:45 Caribbean

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UNITED STATES | US Congresswoman says President Trump is a “direct threat’ to Caribbean community

UNITED STATES | US Congresswoman says Pr…

NEW YORK, October 11, CMC –A Caribbean American legislator is warning that the President Donald Trump is “a direct threat” to the Caribbean American community in the country as his...

11-10-2017 Hits:52 Politics

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CARIBBEAN | OECS chairman meets with OECD on ODA to the Caribbean

CARIBBEAN | OECS chairman meets with OEC…

PARIS, Oct 10, CMC – Chairman of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Allen Chastanet Tuesday held talks with the Secretary General of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and...

11-10-2017 Hits:39 Environment

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TRINIDAD | Caribbean Airlines appoints new chief executive officer

TRINIDAD | Caribbean Airlines appoints n…

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Oct 10, CMC – The state-owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL) Tuesday announced the appointment of Garvin Medera as its new chief executive officer with immediate effect.

10-10-2017 Hits:56 Tourism

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