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Dear SirWhen will Bermudians learn what makes our economy work? We have to earn foreign currency to buy food and create jobs. This is not a political option but a basic necessity. Only by persuading foreigners with...

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    March 27, 2015

    Jamaican gay rights advocate and attorney-at-law Maurice Tomlinson has accused Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller of being disingenuous in her response to calls for her government to improve conditions in Jamaica for gays. He says if...
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    March 27, 2015

    Members of the parliamentary opposition are to meet on Monday to decide on the fate of Andrew Holness following his loss in the Appeals Court earlier this week. The meeting was originally planned for today. It was called by Leader of...
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    March 27, 2015

    Members of the parliamentary opposition are to meet today to decide on the fate of Andrew Holness following his loss in the Appeals Court earlier this week. The meeting was called by Leader of Opposition Business in the House,...
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    March 27, 2015

    Dear SirWhen will Bermudians learn what makes our economy work? We have to earn foreign currency to buy food and create jobs. This is not a political option but a basic necessity. Only by persuading foreigners with foreign incomes to...
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    March 27, 2015

    Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has announced an islandwide rest-stop programme, which, she said, will allow more Jamaicans to benefit from directly from tourism."I instructed that this must be done. We cannot have people visiting...
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    March 27, 2015

    Noranda Bauxite Company and the Jamaican Government are at daggers drawn over the payment of bauxite levy at the full rate. The dispute, according to Finance Minister Dr Peter Phillips, is regarding the full bauxite levy for the period...
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    March 26, 2015

    The National Democratic Movement (NDM) has joined calls for Leader of the Opposition, Andrew Holness, to resign arising from the ruling of the Court of Appeal. In a statement, the NDM said the court’s ruling has placed Holness, who...
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    March 26, 2015

    "Nobody would give up this fight without going to the Privy Council. There are weaknesses in this particular set of rulings," Seaga said.
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    March 26, 2015

    The Government and Noranda Bauxite Limited are heading to arbitration following the development of a dispute over the payment of the bauxite levy. Finance Minister, Dr Peter Phillips made the disclosure as he closed the budget debate in...
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    March 26, 2015

    St Georges is more to me than the place I live. It is the place where I grew up. It is the place where my family is from and it is where I am raising my children. Some have used St Georges as a political football while displaying...
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    March 26, 2015

    Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has told a Malaysian newspaper that Dominica is open for business but there are rules and regulations that investors have to abide by. “We are open for business but at the same time we have...
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    March 26, 2015

    Members of the parliamentary opposition will come face to face tomorrow at a crucial meeting which has been called by Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Representatives, Derrick Smith, to decide, among other things, whether...
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    March 26, 2015

    SOME 540,000 Jamaicans are to benefit from improved water supply in the new financial year, this according to Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller.The prime minister said that 60,000 persons are to benefit from the uupgrading of the...
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    March 26, 2015

    THE OLD Forum hotel in Portmore, St Catherine, is to be transformed into a modern residential and commercial waterfront development.This according to Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, who also said that approximately 350 jobs will...
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    March 26, 2015

    SOCIOLOGIST DR Orville Taylor on Tuesday blasted Jamaican parliamentarians of yesteryear for their pivotal role and enduring legacy in seeding the criminal activities now plaguing the country.Taylor lamented that, though some of these...
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    March 26, 2015

    BAUXITE MINING has resumed at Alpart in Nain, south east St Elizabeth.Extraction of bauxite began on March 23, and haulage of bauxite from the plant to the port will commence by the end of April.Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller,...
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    March 26, 2015

    Santo Domingo.- Former president Leonel Fernández would win in the first round with 53.5% to 14.2% over also former president Hipólito Mejía, and 56.8% to 14.6% against opposition party PRM leader Luis Abinader, according to a...
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    March 25, 2015

    The Opposition Leader Andrew Holness has released a statement saying the ruling of the Court of Appeal in the Senate seat saga has now closed the matter and the focus should now be turned to the business of the people....
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