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Union in St Lucia concerned about increasing unemployment
The National Workers Union in St Lucia has expressed concern about the continuing increase in unemployment levels in the country.

Guyana opposition calls for Attorney General to resign
Guyana’s main opposition grouping, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), has called for the resignation of Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall over allegations that he had

Barbados to regulate e-cigarettes
Health Minister John Boyce said a WHO report highlights evidence suggesting that exhaled e-cigarette aerosol increased the background air level of some toxicants.

We will not seek help from the IMF, says Barbados gov't
The government of Barbados says it will not seek assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help turn around its ailing economy.

Mottley returned as Barbados Labour Party leader
Attorney Mia Mottley has been returned unopposed as leader of the main opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) and is urging Barbadians to speak out against the issues facing the island.

Haiti postpones Legislative and Municipal elections
The polls were due to have taken place on Sunday but a statement from the Office of the President gave no indication when the polls would take place.

New report calls for greater effort to eradicate extreme poverty in the Caribbean
The authors encourage leadership at the national level to implement policies that improve service delivery, address gender inequality and enable the poor to acquire investment assets.

T&T gov't wants stiff penalties for fake health advertisers
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan told the Sunday Guardian newspaper that claims by self-proclaimed herbalist, Trevor Sayers, that he has found a cure for Ebola was disgusting.

REGIONAL: Guyana monitoring sick woman for Ebola
The Guyana Public Hospital Corporation says the Ebola response team was immediately summoned and convened and the patient immediately placed in isolation for investigation.

Negative comments about T&T's president's wife ending legally
Lawyers representing Trinidadian President, Anthony Carmona, have issued a letter seeking to bar local talk show host and comedienne, Rachael Price, from speaking negatively about the attire of ...

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