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LIFELINE FOR LIAT

The regional airline LIAT is making progress in its efforts to stabilize its operations. LIAT has been in a financial bind over the past six months. This prompted LIAT to make a special appeal to Caribbean governments for financial assistance. With many of the Caribbean governments making a contribution to …

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UWP CELEBRATES 3 YEARS IN OFFICE

The United Workers Party will be congregating at the Odsan Pentecostal Church on Thursday to give thanks for its three years in office. Thursday marks three years to the day when in 2016, the United Workers Party took back the reins of government.  

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‘GOVERNMENT IN DESPERATION MODE’; SAYS OPPOSITION LEADER

The leader of the opposition Philip J Pierre on Tuesday followed in the foot-steps of Prime Minister Allen Chastanet. One week ago, Prime Minister Chastanet outlined the achievements and plans of his government. On Tuesday the opposition leader sought according to him, to set the record straight.  

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CANARIES MAN IS ISLAND’S LATEST DROWNING VICTIM

Police are still gathering information on the young man who drowned in the area near the Cul De Sac Bay. The man who is from the community of Canaries, is believed to have been travelling in a dingy when he crashed onto the rocks. Police are yet to confirm his …

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VIGILANTE JUSTICE IN THE CITY CENTRE

Police are cautioning against persons taking the law into their own hands. This, as a video of a young man who is accused of beating a young lady, is himself beaten by friends and family of the young woman. Vigilante justice is unlawful and can sometimes result in the loss …

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