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March 18th 2016 UWI Westminster-Whitehall Model Lecture

Dr. Hamid Ghany was the lecturer at the UWI open campus on Thursday night. The academic, who was involved in the drafting of the constitutions to establish the CCJ, says his main concern is the manner in which the concept of the court is being ‘sold’ to the public.

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March 18th 2016 Addressing Cyber-Security

Commonwealth policy makers are meeting in Saint Lucia, hoping to clamp down on cyber crimes in the Caribbean. Participants of the 3-day meeting, which included representatives of the federal bureau of investigation (FBI) and Interpol, hope to develop a regional action plan to tackle cyber crime.

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March 17th 2016 SLP Micoud North Candidate Issues Statement

Meanwhile, footage of a leaky roof at the Micoud North infant school has gone viral. The video recording captures a class in session as rain drenches the classroom – prompting reaction from the education ministry. Minister Dr. Robert Lewis disclosed to hts news4orce, that the problem will be addressed and …

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March 17th 2016 CARICOM Child Protection Workshop

A 3.7 million dollar Bois D’orange development project is nearing completion. The 13 acre parcel of land located at Trouya has been divided into 67 serviced lots. On Thursday, housing minister Stanley Felix led a delegation on a tour of the development. He says he is pleased with the progress …

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March 16th 2016 Dennery Under Water Again

Heavy rains on Wednesday morning resulted in isolated flooding and rendered the Tomazo bridge in Dennery temporarily impassable. While the flood-waters subsided quickly, the situation reignited calls for firm measures to address the perennial issue of flooding in the area.

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March 16th 2016 Courts Break-In

Police are probing a break-in at furniture giant court’s Chausee Road branch. According to reports, the crime occurred in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, with the thieves making off with a host of electronic items, including television sets and computers.

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March 16th 2016 Waste Water Management Workshop

The ministry of sustainable development is spearheading efforts to roll out a national policy for waste-water management. On Wednesday, experts met to discuss and provide feedback on a draft policy document. Organizers of the one-day meeting say it was important to the move towards a legal and policy framework for …

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March 15th 2016 Instructors Launch Road Safety Drive

The national association of driving schools will soon launch a road safety campaign that targets both drivers and pedestrians. Representatives say it is an important part of a larger programe to put the issue of road safety back on the front burner. The association is promoting the cause ahead of …

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