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MEMO-LEAK Bakr: A rumour to destabilise T&T

kkkkkPORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Who leaked a confidential memo from the Special Branch head to “All Field Section”, stating information had been obtained that the Jamaat-al-Muslimeen was planning to launch several attacks in the country, among them on the Prime Minister's private residence?

 

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ABS staff continues protest

ABS-Staff-22ST. JOHN’S, Antigua - The union representing workers at Antigua Broadcasting Services (ABS) state television has vowed to step up efforts to pressure the government to give in a number of demands, which include calling a meeting to address the recent “spiteful” transfer of the ABS shop steward, Jermaine Kentish.

 

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UPP demands AG give up all portfolios

steadyST. JOHN’S, Antigua - The country’s main opposition, United Progressive Party (UPP) has strongly rejected Immigration Minister Steadroy “Cutie” Benjamin’s  proposal to step down from the Immigration portfolio pending an investigation into an  alleged Syrian smuggling ring. And, instead, wants him to relinquish his entire portfolio.

 

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Bumper year

bumper.33BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - For the first time in the 29-year history of recording visitor arrival statistics, over 300 000 tourists touched down on these shores in the January to June period.

 

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CCT launches residential LTE service

CCT-88ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – After much anticipation, CCT BVI has announced the launch of its residential LTE service as it continues to make its mark as a telecommunications company in the Virgin Islands.

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