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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 9:53 PM -last updated

An oil spill caused by a partially submerged vessel is causing problems for fishermen who say this could have been avoided...

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Deputy PM on Bois D’ orange bridge delays

Infrastructure Minister Phillip J Pierre sought to clarify issues surrounding the construction of the Bois D’ Orange Bridge.
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More ebola briefings for doctors and nurses

Doctors from Victoria, St. Jude and Tapion Hospitals met in the Conference room of the Ministry of Health, Wellness, Human Services and Gender Affairs to discuss preparatory plans for dealing with a possible Ebola Case
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WASCO John Compton dam consultation

A seminar organised by the Water and Sewage Company comes ahead of the commencement of a de-silting and rehabilitation study of the John Compton Dam.
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