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Strike Action Ends

After two days strike action, public servants will return to work on Wednesday 18th October. Public Relations Officer of the Public Workers Union, Brian Grimes, believes the action was successful, as up to seventy five percent of workers across ...

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Government Not Moved By Unions Strike Action

Government will not be bullied into jeopardizing the country’s financial stability. The sentiments expressed by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell, in addressing the media on the stance taken by two of the island’s leading trade unions, to pu...

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Why No Tower Bells?

It has been three weeks that the bells have not rung on the Anglican Church tower. A few people have inquired as to why, since the entire structure is undergoing repairs…the bell has been functional.

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School Safety Plan

As tsunamis and other natural disasters continue to threaten the region, the ministry of education and the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) are hosting a week of training in school safety planning. Over thirty-five people are particip...

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Call For Resignation From CBI Program

The NDC has labelled the appointment of Sir Dr. Lawrence Joseph as acting attorney general as “highly unethical”. Raymond Roberts at Monday’s media brief says the comments come as Sir Lawrence currently also serves as an agent for the citiz...

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