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Sunday, June 25 2017 @ 11:33 PM AST

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Massy CEO Gervase Warner says it, but very diplomatically

So diplomatically, it's almost easy to miss.

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Central Bank leaves out food inflation

The aspect of inflation that affects most people was omitted from the May 2017 Monetary Policy Announcement (MPA).

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Cayman Islands 2017 elections results: McLaughlin to return as Premier

From Governor Helen Kilpatrick (right), May 29, 2017:

"This afternoon I met with elected representatives Honourable Alden McLaughlin, Jr, MBE, Honourable McKeeva Bush, OBE, Mr Moses Kirkconnell, JP, Mr Austin Harris and Captain Eugene Ebanks. Mr McLaughlin provided me with evidence that he had sufficient support to form a "Government of National Unity".

Accordingly, I have signed the proclamation to a call a session of the Legislative Assembly for 10:00am Wednesday, 31st May 2017 for the purposes of swearing in all newly elected and appointed Members of the Legislative Assembly, voting for a Premier pursuant to section 49 (3) of the Constitution of the Cayman Islands, and other attendant matters. Mr McLaughlin has indicated that he will be seeking election to the position of Premier and Mr Bush to Speaker of the House."

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Trinidad & Tobago Govt fires 106, rehires 20

On-the-job Trainee programme streamlined. The following is the release from the Government:

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List of veterinarians in Trinidad and Tobago as at May 2017

Photo by bagsgroove, flickr

The following is the full list of qualified veterinarians licensed to practice in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Declining risky business paid off for this marine insurer

"The club has refused to quote on a significant proportion of business (20%-25% of quotes by gross tonnage over the past seven years, owing to its stricter underwriting criteria": Standard & Poor's (S&P's), Thursday.

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Chaguaramas Development Authority spent $4.4 million for strategic plan


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Barbados builds 2 police stations, 1 magistrate's court for US$8 million

How much does Trinidad and Tobago build one police station for? About US$6.5 million, so two would cost US$13 million, and that's without a Magistrate's Court included.

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Barbados unhappy about 'unprecedented' rising crime

by Theresa Blackman, BGIS

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Aruba tourism receipts up despite decline in visitors

Central Bank of Aruba holds interest rates steady