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February 20, 2019

Barbados

The case for a National Heritage Month

Source: Barbados Today The observation and celebration of various dates, occasions, events and anniversaries have become a norm on our calendar of activities. Out of 365 days of… Link: The case for a National Heritage Month

Bermuda

Oil Sheen Observed In St. George’s Harbour

Source: Bernews Personnel at Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre observed an oil sheen in St. George’s Harbour on Tuesday [Feb 19] and it was later confirmed to be… Link: Oil Sheen Observed In St. George’s Harbour

Trinidad and Tobago

Two wounded in Laventille drive by

Source: Newsday Two men are being treated for gunshot wounds they received during a drive-by shooting at Mentor Alley, Laventille, on Tuesday night. Police said shortly before… Link: Two wounded in Laventille drive by

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Barbados

TRACED: Wilma Jones

Source: Nation Newspaper Wilma Lenora Jones, 75, of Syndicate Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, who was reported missing yesterday, has been traced. The Royal Barbados Police Force would… Link: TRACED: Wilma Jones

Barbados

Be better prepared

Source: Barbados Today Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde has called for a “shift in paradigm” in the Caribbean, aimed at placing greater emphasis… Link: Be better prepared

Cayman Islands

Airport overseas recruitment stirs trouble

Source: Cayman News Service (CNS): An overseas recruitment drive for air traffic controllers by the Cayman Islands Airports Authority is stirring up controversy as the current increase in air traffic… Link: Airport overseas recruitment stirs trouble

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Bahamas

Labour Minister Gives Advice On Brewery layoffs

Source: Jones Bahamas Labour Minister Dion Foulkes shared some words of advice to the 73 workers Commonwealth Brewery Limited’s made redundant. The group was laid off  in what… Link: Labour Minister Gives Advice On Brewery layoffs

Bahamas

BPL Chairman says Shell deal costs gov’t nothing

Source: Jones Bahamas Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) is  moving  ahead with its deal with Shell North America. The two signed a memorandum of understanding last November for… Link: BPL Chairman says Shell deal costs gov’t nothing

Trinidad and Tobago

Taxi driver killed in Morvant

Source: Newsday Police are investigating the murder of a man identified only as a taxi driver, at Chinapoo Hill, Morvant, last night. Newsday understands members of the… Link: Taxi driver killed in Morvant

Barbados

Progress depends on it

Source: Barbados Today If Minister of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce Dwight Sutherland had his way, entrepreneurship would be added as a programme to the secondary school curricula.… Link: Progress depends on it

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