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Manchester city winning streak, Guardiola praises his team

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has praised his team's dedication after returning from a shaky start to their Premier League season with three consecutive wins.

Temporary closure of bridge KNR in Speightstown, Barbados

The potential impact of the temporary closure of bridge on the KNR Highway in Speightstown, St. Peter, was examined today during a site tour.

Haiti prosecutor invites PM Henry to explain why he spoke to suspects of assassination

The Haiti chief prosecutor invited Prime Minister Ariel Henry on Friday to meet with him next week to explain why he spoke to one of the suspects in the assassination of former President Jovenel Moise on the night of the crime.

Dominica requires 24,958 more persons vaccinated for herd immunity

About 22,940 people have been partially vaccinated, while 20,464 are fully vaccinated in Dominica and at least 80% populations requires for herd immunity

St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party highlights health sector works during their tenure

"As we continue our highlights leading up to Independence let us take a look at the major developments made in the health sector over the years"

Do you wash your hands and feet very frequently? You might be suffering from OCD

Germs, viruses, dirt can harm you and you are washing or cleaning your hands again and again, then this is a symptom of a disease called Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

St Kitts and Nevis is ready for reopening in October 2021: SCASPA

As the Federation plans to reopen its borders in October 2021 fully, SCASPA has put steps in place to make sure smooth and secure reopening in a COVID-19 environment.

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service top brass joins officers in Beetham Gardens

Commissioner of Police (Ag) Mc Donald Jacob together with Deputy Commissioners of Police (Ag) Erla Christopher and Joanne Archie, joined officers today in the Beetham Gardens

Opposition accuses PM Mottley for ‘Twisting’ their statement

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) has attacked Prime Minister Mia Mottley of “twisting” their statements as a political ploy.

St Lucia confirms COVID related deaths of two fully vaccinated

In a shocking revelation, the Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs confirmed that two persons who were fully vaccinated have died of COVID-19 disease in St Lucia. 

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Commodore Gorman becomes first female Chief of Defence Force in Jamaica

Three senior Jamaican Defence Force commanders were interviewed for their job

Antigua and Barbuda: 3 workers union starts legally opposing new vaccine mandate policy

The Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association had filed this lawsuit

Marigot Hospital built by MMCE to become milestone in Dominica healthcare development

MMCE had come up as an organisation that is committed to its work and project assigned

St Kitts and Nevis records 38 new COVID-19 cases

According to the updation, there are 761 people who have quarantined themselves at their residence

Trinidad and Tobago records 285 new COVID-19 cases

470,075 people have been fully vaccinated on the island
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