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Government continuing to develop initiatives to improve quality of life for youth in SVG

Minister responsible for Youth Affairs, Frederick Stephenson has given the assurance that the Government is continuing to develop initiatives to improve the quality of...

Community consultation on Medicinal Cannabis legislation to be held in Troumaca

The second in a series of community consultations to educate and solicit feedback from the local populace on the legal framework for the establishment...

Inaugural ‘Oscar Allen Memorial Emancipation Lecture’ scheduled for next week

The University of the West Indies Open Campus in collaboration with ‘the Friends of Oscar Allen’ will be hosting an inaugural ‘Oscar Allen Memorial...

1,486 students got zero CSEC passes says Trinidad Education Minister

Nearly 1,500 students who wrote the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) exam in May and June from government and government-assisted secondary schools in Trinidad...

St. Kitts Police confirm drugs in court cases stolen from headquarters

St. Kitts and Nevis Police Commissioner Ian Queeley has confirmed that a quantity of drugs to be used as evidence in a pending criminal...

Jamaica’s Prime Minister describes depreciation of Jamaican dollar as ‘growing pains’

Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness has described the depreciation of the Jamaican dollar as “growing pains”, indicating that a review of previous instances points...

Hamas decries Israeli decision to end ‘Black Friday’ probe

Hamas has condemned an Israeli decision to close a military investigation into an assault on August 1, 2014, in which 135 Palestinians were killed...

Death toll rises to 77 following devastating floods in Indian state of Kerala

The death toll brought on by floods, landslides and bridge collapses in India's monsoon-hit state of Kerala has risen to 77 as heavy rainfall...

Jamaica Tallawahs beat St. Kitts Patriots by 47 runs

Jamaica Tallawahs made it three wins in as many games in the 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty20 tournament when they trounced St....

Three students obtain fifteen and more passes at 2018 CSEC exams

Three students here have achieved passes in more than fourteen subjects at this year’s May/June sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations. The...

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