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LIAT responds to LIALPA’S media statement

D-Evans.2St. John’s, Antigua, March 20, 2015 – LIAT has taken note of LIALPA’s paid media statement of 18th March 2015, which listed several areas of contention. While LIAT does not believe that conducting industrial relations via the media is in anyone's interest, the company feels constrained to respond to LIALPA’s statement.

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Dominica leads in credit union penetration in world – officials

moses-aaron-258x300-eeePresident of the The Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU) Aaron Moses has revealed that Dominica has one of the highest credit union penetration rates in the world.


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Harry Josiah gets bail

Harry-Josiah-3General Manager of the Antigua & Barbuda Transport Board, Harry Josiah was yesterday granted $100,000 bail, hours after police charged him with 24 counts of fraud and corruption.


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PM says US action against Venezuela “unfair”

skerrit-alba.2Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has described measures imposed by the United States against Venezuela as unfair.


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Former Uruguay foreign minister elected new OAS secretary general

almagro insulza-2WASHINGTON, USA - The former minister of foreign affairs of Uruguay Luis Almagro was on Wednesday elected by the member states of the Organization of American States (OAS) as secretary general for the next five years, during a special general assembly held at the headquarters of the Organization in Washington DC.


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  • Go to hell, Bahamas PM tells journalists NASSAU, Bahamas - Opposition leader Dr Hubert Minnis said on Sunday he was “dumbfounded” when he heard Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie say “to hell” with journalists in the country.
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