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St Kitts and Nevis starts Junior Savings Cooperatives in Govt primary schools

Saint Kitts and Nevis, Environment and Cooperatives Minister the Honourable Eric Evelyn, while his maiden Budget Presentation in the Federal Parliament on December 18, 2020, stated that all government primary schools in the country now have Junior Savings Cooperatives.

St Kitts and Nevis would start construction of new BHS by early 2021

St Kitts-Nevis have moved another step towards the development, in order to that during the Budget Debate on December 18 Honourable Jonel Powell Minister of Education St Kitts-Nevis announced Plans for the development of the new state-of-the-art Basseterre High School (BHS) at Pond’s Extension in East Basseterre would begin in early 2021.

Guyana Prez Ali presented scholarships to three GDF soldiers

President Irfaan Ali made good on his commitment to improving the educational opportunities to ranks of the Guyana Defence Force.

St Kitts and Nevis has the least COVID-19 cases in the Caribbean

In such a situation a piece of good news came from St Kitts and Nevis- The smallest country in the western hemisphere is one of the few which have the least number of COVID-19 cases.

Trelawny has sixth-highest number of COVID-19 cases in Jamaica

Dr Diahann Dale, a medical officer from health for Trelawny, speaking at a special COVID-19 briefing hosted by Minister of Health also Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton, revealed that as of December 16, 2020, the parish had recorded more than 300 cases of the infectious disease.

JMMB joins sponsor pool for Jamaica Premier League

JMMB Group is now on board to the Jamaica Premier League 2021 season. Would now sponsor Professional Football Jamaica bringing the total to six sponsors within one week.

St Lucia to revisit fuel pricing to secure more benefit for consumers

The Government of St Lucia in a move to secure profits for consumers and the State published plans to assess existing mechanisms to price and tax fuel in Saint Lucia. Prime Minister and Finance Minister of the St Lucia Hon. Allen Chastanet stated plans to review fuel import pricing regimes as he delivered the Summary Statement on Fuel Margin Variations under this Market Pass-through Pricing System into the House of Assembly Tuesday, December 15 2020.

17 Nigerian students rescued from Boko Haram armed group

About 17 students kidnapped by the Boko Haram armed group of a school in northwestern Nigeria were rescued on Tuesday, told an official, attaching that two students died in operation.

Exemption of excise tax would assist taxi operators owning a fleet of luxury cars in Dominica

Dominican PM, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit said during the assembly session on Wednesday that government’s move to free import duties and excise tax on motor vehicles is solely to support taxi operators to own fleets of new vehicles.

PM Andrew distributed essential items to people of Jamaica

To this, he has partnered with Progressive Grocers of Jamaica Foundation Ltd. through his Positive Jamaica Foundation to deliver care packages including, essential food items, and sanitizers to residents in West Central St Andrew which is his constituency. 

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