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November 17, 2017

BUT accepts 2.5 per cent pay rise

Source: The Royal Gazette The Bermuda Union of Teachers has voted to accept a 2. 5 per cent pay rise. BUT president Shannon James said union members met this week and voted unanimously to accept the offer from Government. Mr James said For five years, our members have not had a pay rise, or…

Bermuda

Students hear story of forgiveness

Source: The Royal Gazette Special guests Jameel McGee and Andrew Collins shared their story of forgiveness to S4 students at the Berkeley Institute. Chain Reaction Movement, which brought the duo to the island, engaged the students by asking if they have been hurt and would like to forgive those who hurt them. Those willing…

St. Lucia

Inaugural Mayor’s Football Cup Opens

Source: The Voice THE inaugural Mayor’s Cup football tournament kicked off on Wednesday at Marchand Grounds under the theme, “One City, One Vision, … The post Inaugural Mayor’s Football Cup Opens appeared first on St. Lucia News From The Voice St. Lucia. Link: Inaugural Mayor’s Football Cup Opens

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Guyana

Closure of Rose Hall Estate postponed to 2018- Harmon

Source: iNews Guyana Workers of the Rose Hall Estate in East Canje Berbice (Region Six, East Berbice-Corentyne) have been given temporary reprieve as Government is postponing closure of the estate to sometime next year. Sugar workers protesting the closure of the Rose Hall Estate shortly after the announcement was made The estate was…

Antigua and Barbuda

“Butch” Steward Receives Inaugural Hospitality Jamaica Award

Source: Antigua Chronicle ~The Chairman of the Luxury-Included Resort Company Received First-Ever Pioneer Award at the RJRGleaner Communications Group Hospitality Jamaica Awards~ Chairman and founder of Sandals Resorts International, Gordon “Butch” Stewart, was honored this past weekend at the 2017 RJRGleaner Communications Group Hospitality Jamaica Awards with the inaugural Pioneer Award at the…

Curacao

Venezuelan crisis threatens Curaçao and Aruba

Source: Curacao Chronicle WILLEMSTAD – Venezuela is about to collapse and that threatens to hit Aruba and especially Curaçao hard. Both islands are firmly committed to the oil industry, which in turn is heavily dependent on the country that is in danger of bankruptcy. If things go wrong, the Netherlands may have to…

St. Lucia

Corporate Saint Lucia Takes ‘TimeOut’ For Futsal

Source: The Voice NOW at the half way mark of the competition, the Corporate Warfare Futsal 2017 has not disappointed. Twenty-four teams represented … The post Corporate Saint Lucia Takes ‘TimeOut’ For Futsal appeared first on St. Lucia News From The Voice St. Lucia. Link: Corporate Saint Lucia Takes ‘TimeOut’ For Futsal

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Haiti

iciHaiti – Event : Grand Christmas Market at Ritz Kinam II

Source: Haiti Libre To kick off the holiday season, the VAO Event Management team, in collaboration with Tasha Promo, is launching the first edition of the Grand Christmas Market which will be held at… Link: iciHaiti – Event : Grand Christmas Market at Ritz Kinam II

Bermuda

Teachers Union Welcomes 2.5% Pay Raise

Source: Bernews The Bermuda Union of Teachers [BUT] has voted overwhelmingly to accept a 2.5 percent pay rise. Union members met this week, and according to BUT President Shannon James, voted unanimously to accept the pay award. “For five years, our members have not had a pay rise, or they have been… Link:

St. Lucia

Mango Bowl Regatta 2017 Launched

Source: St. Lucia Times PRESS RELEASE: St Lucia Yacht Club was filled with excitement on Monday, Nov 13th as they partnered with sponsors for the official launch of Mango Bowl Regatta 2017.  St Lucia Yacht Club Commodore, Mr Gene Lawrence, welcomed everyone with full anticipation for another fantastic regatta setting sail next week.  With registrations…

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