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The Ministry of Tourism of Haiti, the Haiti Tourism Association (ATH) and the National Network of Solidarity Tourism Operators (RENAPROTS) would like to express their sympathies to all the victims of Hurricane Matthew that severely affected the southern peninsula of Haiti on the 3rd and 4th of October 2016.

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Press Statement from LIALPA

For over three (3) years, the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) has been trying to overcome the stalling and delaying tactics of LIAT’s management in releasing accounting information with regards to their Retirement Funds.

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Following the devastation of Hurricane Matthew, Prime Minister Perry Christie has warned that the storm will likely come back and strike parts of The Bahamas again. “The bottom line is that, yes, it probability it will loop,” Christie said outside the National Emergency Management Agency headquarters on Gladstone Road.

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Nearly 900 people are known to have been killed by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti; with aid officials saying up to 90% of some areas have been destroyed.

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Thirty four year old Kevin Brewster of Arsenal Playing Field Road, Jackson St. Michael is dead.

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