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NATIONAL DRESS PARADE SETS EXCITING TONE FOR 31ST INDEPENDENCE

antigua-girlsThe streets of St. John’s will spring alive this Friday with an imaginative and colourful spectacle of national pride.

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Grenada workers take to streets to protest job cuts

grenada11112ST GEORGE’S, Grenada -- Workers, angry at the prospect of losing their jobs, say the Grenada government itself should be dismissed and their leader warns that the administration of Prime Minister Tillman Thomas could pay a price at the next general election.

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Relief for needy, not greedy PM says Sandy damage at $5 billion and climbing

PSM103112Kingston, Jamaica,( Wednesday, 31st October, 2012) -Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller yesterday warned that the distribution of hurricane relief items will be made first to "the needy and not the greedy".

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First female chief justice gets rousing support

chief-justice103012ST JOHN’S, Antigua, (Tuesday 30th October, 2012)– Members of the legal fraternity yesterday sang high praises of the newly-appointed Chief Justice, Janice Perriera, who made history on October 4 by becoming the first female commander of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC) since its birth 45 years ago.

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Barbados Labour Party has taken legal action against Minister of Finance

Barbados102912Bridgetown, Barbados, Monday, 29th October, 2012-The Barbados Labour Party has taken legal action against Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler for alleging that it will send home public sector workers if it regains power.

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