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Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has ruled in favour of Clive Oliveira

The London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has ruled in favour of Clive Oliveira in a long-running court battle over the length of time it took for his citizenship application to be completed. Mr Oliveira, whose wife is an Antiguan and Barbudan citizen, claimed it took an extraordinarily long time for a return interview with immigration authorities. Elisa Graham ...

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Police Commissioner says no glass bottles during Carnival

Vendors should not be allowed to sell drinks contained in glass bottles during Carnival. This pronouncement is coming from Police Commissioner Wendell Robinson, who discloses that he has written to Minister with responsibility for Public Safety, the Hon. Steadroy Cutie Benjamin, suggesting there be considerations towards legislation in this regard. He details why thought should be given to such a ...

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Dominica Crowned Miss Jaycees

Miss Dominica, Tasia Floissac, is now basking in the afterglow of her victory in the 55th Jaycees international Queen pageant Sunday night. Floissac emerged winner after competing against 10 other contestants from across the Caribbean as well as the U.S. Jnoure Smith has our report

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Prime Minister Gaston Browne addresses the nation on gaming dispute

The country stands ready to pursue measures aimed at recouping hundreds of millions of dollars in damages from a protracted dispute with the United States. Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne made the announcement in an address to the nation earlier this evening. We get the details from Cherisse Constant.

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Gaston Browne administration is exploring introducing thermal energy

The Gaston Browne administration is exploring introducing thermal energy into the country’s renewable energy mix. Thermal energy is derived from heat. Prime Minister, the Hon. Gaston Browne has told ABS that this will forms part of efforts to combat the effects of climate change. The nation’s leader describes the country’s commitment to minimizing the impact of climate change as “rock ...

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The Port has encountered another setback

Government’s plan to expand and upgrade the port has encountered another setback. Reports are that this time, the issue has to do with the design of the plan. Cherisse Constant recently spoke to the Junior Minister of Finance on the matter, and filed this report.

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