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Charlestown Primary hosts yet another successful Black History Month Program

 Black History Month is a month set aside to learn, honor, and celebrate the achievements of black men and women throughout history. Since its inception, Black History Month has always been celebrated in February.  On Monday 18th February, the students, teachers and parents of the CharlestownPrimary School celebrated those achievements with their annual Black History programme. Adorned in beautiful African ...

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CCM Creates Unemployment in blatant Abuse of Power

Vance Amory’s brutal and surly threat to ‘put out some people’ if CCM were to win government is now being carried out. A number of Nevisians and Kittitians have been condemning the resent firing spree embarked on by the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) party in government. The rate at which the CCM government has been firing persons in the civil service has become alarming and of concern to many. In excess ...

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Opposition leader accuses St Vincent PM of lying about BBC matter

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent, Tuesday February 19, 2013 – Opposition Leader Arnhim Eustace has accused Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves of not telling the truth when he told the nation that two journalists from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) had said he (Eustace) was the source of information that a foreign investor had left a briefcase with money at the office of the prime minister recently. “He is ...

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St Lucia latest Caribbean country to join PetroCaribe

CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Tuesday February 19, 2013 – The St. Lucia government says it expects to accrue major benefits for the island following the decision of Castries to join the Venezuelan oil initiative, PetroCaribe. “This will make it possible for the country to receive a regular supply of petroleum products from Venezuela under the PetroCaribe arrangements that are currently being utilized by several othe ...

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Urgent and drastic action needed to combat regional crime

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Tuesday February 19, 2013 – Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar warned regional leaders yesterday that they need to adopt “urgent and drastic action” to deal with the scourge of transnational crime in the Caribbean. Addressing the leaders at the 24th intersessional summit here, Persad Bissessar, who has lead responsibility for security within the quasi Caribbean ...

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