Daily Archives: Monday, 4 July 2016, 21:37

RELEASED: 2016 National Grade Six Assessment Results

Last Updated on Tuesday, 5 July 2016, 13:14 by Denis Chabrol   THE NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT 2016 AS RELEASED BY THE  EXAMINATIONS DIVISION OF THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION   The results of the National Grade SixAssessment (NGSA) written on 27 and2 8 April 2016 are being released to schools.Fourteen thousandthree hundred eighty six (14,386) candidates wrote this assessment. The results being ...

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Regional leaders to discuss state of Caricom free movement

Last Updated on Monday, 4 July 2016, 21:37 by Denis Chabrol Caribbean Community (Caricom) leaders will over the next two days discuss the extent to which nationals of member states are being allowed to move and work freely throughout the region. Secretary General of the 15-nation grouping, Irwin La Rocque on Monday told the opening of the 37th regular summit ...

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Stop lamenting about BREXIT- St. Vincent’s PM tells Caricom leaders

Last Updated on Monday, 4 July 2016, 20:51 by Denis Chabrol St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister, Ralph Gonsalves on Monday urged fellow Caribbean Community (Caricom) leaders to stop lamenting about the impact of Britain’s exit (BREXIT) from the European Union (EU) and instead explore available opportunities as a result of that move. Gonsalves said there was no room ...

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Caricom’s oil, gold and bauxite producers must industrialise to withstand impact of shaky commodity prices

Last Updated on Monday, 4 July 2016, 19:35 by Denis Chabrol Suriname’s President, Desi Bouterse on Monday urged Caribbean Community (Caricom) member states that are involved in mining and oil to  unite towards industrialisation rather than continue to be vulnerable to global commodity prices. “Those member-states of Caricom and the wider Caribbean, which have been dependent on the extractive sectors, need ...

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