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A Bahamian man was hoping to sneak past U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents with cocaine taped to his ankles.

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The Bahamas Government says it welcomes the decision by the US-based Moody’s Investor Services to uphold the investment grade credit rating and the stable rating outlook given to the country.

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Three Sri Lanka players and India’s Ishant Sharma have been found guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct in two separate incidents during the penultimate day’s play in the third Test at the Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) in Colombo.

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The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has announced that an Emergency Relief Grant of US$200,000 is being made immediately available to the Government of Dominica in the wake of Tropical Storm Erika.

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China will provide three hundred thousand dollars ($US 300,000) in cash as emergency humanitarian aid to Dominica following devastation caused by Tropical Storm Erika, the Xinhua News Agency has reported.

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An expert from the crown prosecution service in the UK has identified a catalogue of measures to improve efficiencies and outcomes in Cayman’s criminal justice system.

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A total of 416 teachers will be appointed to the teaching service across the nursery and primary school system by the end of September.

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