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Category Archives: Regional News

Another sweeping victory for Mia

Another sweeping victory for Mia Mottley and her Barbados Labour Party. Barbadian voters yesterday gave all 30 seats in the parliament to the ruling BLP. The snap election was called 18 months before the constitutional end of the term. It … Continue reading

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Over 300 teachers contract the coronavirus in Guyana

Three hundred and twenty teachers and more than 165 students have contracted the coronavirus since the new school term began in Guyana. The Guyana Teachers Union says the virus has struck in over 152 schools in the last 2 weeks. … Continue reading

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COVID outbreak at a school in Grenada

In Grenada reports are saying several children at a school in St. George have tested positive for the coronavirus. Chief Education Officer Angela Findlay knew very little about the situation during a television interview yesterday. However she said parents must … Continue reading

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Boat with dead bodies found drifting in waters off Carriacou

A small boat with about 3 to 4 bodies has been discovered in the waters off Grenada’s sister island of Carriacou. The deceased are believed to be Hispanics. Reports say the boat was found drifting by a fisherman from Petite … Continue reading

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Opposition leader in St. Lucia has 2 weeks to explain absence to Speaker Of the House

The Opposition leader in St. Lucia Allan Chastanet has 2 weeks to explain his absence from the Parliament to the Speaker Of the House. Speaker Claudius Francis was on Tuesday ready to dock Mr. Chastanet’s salary. However he has instead … Continue reading

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People are presenting fake vaccination cards and demanding health officials stamp them in Jamaica

The Jamaica Medical Doctors Association is expressing concern that a number of persons are producing fake vaccination cards. President of the JMDA, Dr. Mindi Fitz-Henley says people are presenting the fake cards requesting health officials stamp them. Recently, Health and … Continue reading

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Newly elected Prime Minister in the Bahamas talks tough on his government’s position on illegal smuggling

Newly elected Prime Minister Phillip Davis talking tough on his government’s position on illegally smuggling. At a promotions exercise for Immigration Officers last week Prime Minister Davis said his government will work with the international communities and bodies to deal with … Continue reading

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Tempers flare in Bahamas House of Assembly

Tempers flare in the House of Assembly in the Bahamas. Former Minister of State in the Finance Ministry Kwasi Thompson accuses the new government of misleading the country by claiming a 1 billion dollar hidden deficit. Deputy Prime Minisiter Chester … Continue reading

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Another Caribbean Prime Minister laments climate control challenges

Another stirring appeal from a CARICOM Prime Minister, his country needs help to deal with the challenges of global warming. Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Phillip Davis yesterday followed other leaders of the region in telling the COP 26 Summit, … Continue reading

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Barbados tells industrialised nations, it is time to do better

Tough talk from Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley. She tells the Climate Change Summit in Glasgow Scotland the people of Small Island developing States do not want a death sentence. Addressing the first full day of the summit yesterday, Ms. … Continue reading

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