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  • Prime Minister Perry Christie flips the bird during a PLP meeting last night in Fox Hill.

    Prime Minister Perry Christie flips the bird during a PLP meeting last night in Fox Hill.

 

 


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  • PM flips the bird

    Hundreds of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters, including children and senior citizens, gasped in amazement late last night as Prime Minister .....
  • Munroe: Smith not entitled to nomination

    Following a letter from the Montagu branch of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in which it pledged its support of Senator Frank Smith as the ca.....
  • Teen, others face murder charges

    A 16-year-old boy kissed his mother before he was taken to prison yesterday after being charged with a shooting that left one person dead and three ot.....
  • Brennen: NHI April rollout doable

    The rollout of National Health Insurance (NHI) in April as forecasted by Prime Minister Perry Christie is doable, provided the NHI Secretariat is able.....
  • Smith: Free Town fight won’t harm PLP

    Senator Frank Smith said yesterday he is not afraid to put up a fight for the Free Town nomination although the Candidates Committee voted for promine.....
  • Roberts: Smith is high on himself

    Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Keod Smith was not serious about securing the nomination for the St. Barnabas seat, and his reaction after f.....
  • McCartney puts coalition talk to rest

    Despite worries by many that a divided opposition will put the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) back in power, Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Lea.....
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Tourism is vital to the Caribbean economy

“Tourism is a vital sector to the economies of member states.” So said Caribbean Community (CARICOM) heads of government in the communique that followed their recent inter-sessional meeting in Georgetown, Guyana. Taken at face value the statemen.....


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