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LOSING OUT

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The sick-out by customs officers that started Thursday has begun to have an adverse effect on the sector. Brokerage companies, stevedores and shipping companies have all begun to feel the brunt of the sick-out. Well-placed sources have said customs officers are scheduled to meet to review their industrial action this week and devise a plan going forward. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille explains.

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Friends, family search for missing Bus Driver

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A Micoud family is in search of a father who disappeared without a trace on Sunday February 14. Police have identified him as Claudius Mitchel aka ‘Words’ of John Baptiste Hill, Micoud.

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Relatives say two year old girl was “healthy”

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Relatives of a two year old girl whose death is being investigated as a “suspicious” was said to be in the care of a man alleged to be her father. The child was rushed to St. Jude hospital on Tuesday February 9th after she collapsed at a home at Anse Ger, Desruisseaux.

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Seamens’ Union concerned over possible inflation

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The Seamens’ Waterfront General Trade Union General Secretary has called for a national discussion on the impact of the covid pandemic on the ecomomy. Seamens’ waterfront General Trade Union General Secretary, Michael Mccombie disclosed that the new set of State of Emergency decree will impact businesses and low income workers.

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