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Antiguans among top regional students

Shamere-Yearwood.444ST. JOHN’S, Antigua - Antigua and Barbuda’s Shamere Yearwood is the region’s top CAPE student in Information Technology.

 

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Trade unions call for regional meeting to discuss LIME/FLOW merger

LIME-logo.444ST.JOHN’S, Antigua - About six trade unions from the region, which met here on the weekend, have decided to take a united approach to the LIME/FLOW merger.

 

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David Cameron sets out EU reform goals

david-davis.444David Cameron has outlined his four goals for reforming the UK's membership of the EU, including restrictions on benefits for people coming to the UK.

 

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Caribbean to launch hospitality and investment guide

Tourism-ocho-rios.444BRIDGETOWN, Barbados  – The Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) says the first ever Caribbean Tourism and Hospitality Investment Guide targeted at international investors will be launched in Puerto Rico next week.

 

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Preemies left to die?

Fenton-Ferguson-2-1444KINGSTOWN, Jamaica - If information from families who have had the experience is to be believed, babies born before 27 weeks, or the beginning of the third trimester, are routinely not given the same level of care in Jamaican public hospitals as babies born at or after that milestone. In fact, according to some, they are simply left to die.

 

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