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Combating Climate Change

11 Caribbean countries were represented at the Japan-Caribbean climate change partnership workshop, to discuss various solutions and challenges facing the region. The programme is funded by the UNDP project. The workshop was held on Wednesday ...

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Available To Mediate

Local attorney Anslem Clouden is offering his service to put an end to the current bus impasse. The strike, into its third day, left commuters challenged to get to and from work and school. Mr. Clouden says it’s important at this juncture to m...

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Fragmented Island-Wide Strike

Expectations were for all or at least most buses to stay off the road on Thursday. In his communications with the GBN yesterday, president of the Grand Anse Bus Association stated that buses of routes 1 through 7 would participate in the protest ...

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D Sports Shop Secondary Schools Netball Tournament

Earlier today the 2016 ‘D Sports Shop Secondary Schools Netball Tournament’ was launched on the Tanteen Netball Court. There are two divisions - senior and junior - and two zones - western and eastern. A total of sixteen schools are taking ...

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Child Month Observance

In observance of the month of the child, many organisations and institutions affiliated with child care have released messages reinforcing children’s rights and the importance of caring for them. The latest message comes from the national paren...

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