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Cistern Restored

After years of neglect, the public cistern at top hill Carriacou has been renovated and is now ready for use. With the restoration, some forty five thousand gallons of rainwater will be safely stored, to help combat the issue of drought in the d...

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Move Or Be Moved

The first phase in the removal of derelict boats on the Kirani James Boulevard has begun. On Wednesday, owners who would have ignored the removal notices issued in august had their dilapidated boats removed from the area.

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Increments For Public Workers

Some good news for public servants, as the government and public sector unions sign an agreement, which that will see payment of millions in outstanding increments for public officers.

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Assessing The Damage

The national disaster management agency (NADMA) continues their assessment of the damages caused by what is called an ‘upper level trough’ that affected the northern Windward Islands this morning. They have been in contact with the distric...

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Major Traffic Disruptions

Likewise, in the village of Moyah, St. Andrew, the early morning torrential rains caused severe disruption in traffic, particularly as one major bridge was flooded out.

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