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St Lucia – Mother seeks justice for son hit by car

CASTRIES – The mother of a 14-year-old male student of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School wants justice for her son, who was hit by a vehicle over one month ago. Christine Calendar told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that her son, Jason Leo, has been suffering from severe headaches since the June 2 accident. She […]

Let them in!

A top official of the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CDPC) has suggested that Antigua’s request for an extension to its derogation on free movement does…

We must buy regional, says PM Skerrit

Barbados and the rest of the region have been challenged to consume more of what they produce in order to reduce the Caribbean’s US$4.5 billion…

Lashley: Rally around Guyana

Social activist Hamilton Lashley has called on Caribbean leaders to rally around Guyana in its border dispute with Venezuela. Speaking at a press conference hosted…

Backing you all the way

The 53-member Commonwealth has thrown its support behind Guyana in its ongoing maritime border dispute with Venezuela, but has steered clear of the controversy surrounding…

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UN chief concerned about HIV/AIDS approach in the region

UN chief concerned about HIV/AIDS approach in the region

With over a quarter of a million HIV-infected persons reportedly living in the Caribbean, visiting United Nations Secretary-General…

Leaders to mediate border dispute

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit of Dominica and his Vincentian counterpart Dr Ralph Gonsalves will mediate the vexing maritime…

Browne: LIAT is not moving

Browne: LIAT is not moving

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne has said that the “idle chatter” about plans to relocate LIAT’s…

Trinidad – Murder at mosque

PORT OF SPAIN – What was supposed to have been a night of peaceful prayer filled with love…

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