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CRICKET- Ambris and Reifer named as backups for camp

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Opener Sunil Ambris and all-rounder Raymon Reifer have been rewarded for their performances in the just concluded Tri-Nations Series, as they have been named as backups for the upcoming training camp in Southampton, England from May 19 to 23. Ambris, who scored his maiden ODI century against Ireland in the Tri-Nations Series has been called ...

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Taxi operators getting short end of the stick – Bayley

President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-Op Society Ltd Adrian Bayley says taxi operators at the island’s sole seaport are getting the short end of the stick. Speaking with members of the media at the association’s beach clean-up at Holetown Beach on Saturday, Bayley said taxi operators were receiving 20 per cent of the business from cruise arrivals, leaving them ...

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Taxi operators getting short end of the stick – Bayley

President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-Op Society Ltd Adrian Bayley says taxi operators at the island’s sole seaport are getting the short end of the stick. Speaking with members of the media at the association’s beach clean-up at Holetown Beach on Saturday, Bayley said taxi operators were receiving 20 per cent of the business from cruise arrivals, leaving them ...

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Taxi operators getting short end of the stick – Bayley

President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-Op Society Ltd Adrian Bayley says taxi operators at the island’s sole seaport are getting the short end of the stick. Speaking with members of the media at the association’s beach clean-up at Holetown Beach on Saturday, Bayley said taxi operators were receiving 20 per cent of the business from cruise arrivals, leaving them ...

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Taxi operators getting short end of the stick – Bayley

President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-Op Society Ltd Adrian Bayley says taxi operators at the island’s sole seaport are getting the short end of the stick. Speaking with members of the media at the association’s beach clean-up at Holetown Beach on Saturday, Bayley said taxi operators were receiving 20 per cent of the business from cruise arrivals, leaving them ...

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Taxi operators getting short end of the stick – Bayley

President of the Bridgetown Port Taxi Co-Op Society Ltd Adrian Bayley says taxi operators at the island’s sole seaport are getting the short end of the stick. Speaking with members of the media at the association’s beach clean-up at Holetown Beach on Saturday, Bayley said taxi operators were receiving 20 per cent of the business from cruise arrivals, leaving them ...

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Caricom must unify to resist imposition of OAS boss

Readers of this commentary, particularly those in small countries, might wonder why they should be concerned about who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of any multilateral or international organisation. It could be claimed that the disposition of the person holding such an office is far removed from the existence of people who are focused on the necessities of living ...

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Caricom must unify to resist imposition of OAS boss

Readers of this commentary, particularly those in small countries, might wonder why they should be concerned about who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of any multilateral or international organisation. It could be claimed that the disposition of the person holding such an office is far removed from the existence of people who are focused on the necessities of living ...

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Caricom must unify to resist imposition of OAS boss

Readers of this commentary, particularly those in small countries, might wonder why they should be concerned about who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of any multilateral or international organisation. It could be claimed that the disposition of the person holding such an office is far removed from the existence of people who are focused on the necessities of living ...

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Caricom must unify to resist imposition of OAS boss

Readers of this commentary, particularly those in small countries, might wonder why they should be concerned about who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of any multilateral or international organisation. It could be claimed that the disposition of the person holding such an office is far removed from the existence of people who are focused on the necessities of living ...

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