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Description Cable and Wireless is in Saint Lucia and the Caribbean for the long haul. That’s the message from the company’s Chief Executive Officer for the Caribbean, as he unveiled plans for what he described as – radical improvements here and the Caribbean. According to Mr. Martin Roos, there is no intent or ambition on the part of Cable and Wireless to sell off in the Caribbean.Instead, he told a news conference today that in selling off operations elsewhere the company had acquired a lot of cash, and has informed the markets of its intention to invest one billion US dollars in existing markets over the next three years.That – he said, would result in a significant increase in investment in the Caribbean The Cable and Wireless CEO says the new investment strategy will embrace four pillars. Mr. Roos says other pillars of the investment will be fixed mobile coverage with greater broadband speeds, greater quality television and business solutions.According to him, Cable and Wireless has been part of the fabric of the Caribbean for some one hundred years, and will be here for another 100. As a result he said that Cable and Wireless is investing to create that future.
Description A young driver escaped unhurt this afternoon, after the vehicle he was driving burst into flames near the vendors Arcade.A unit from the Saint Lucia Fire Service was quickly on the scene to put out the blaze. DBS’s Cecile Actille reports:
Description Mini-bus drivers are complaining about abusive passengers. The complaints come against the backdrop of a report by a female commuter that a bus driver bit her hand in a row over money.The driver claims the woman was the aggressor. DBS’s Cecile Actille has that story:
Description The electoral department said farewell to its Chief Elections Officer today. Mr. Carson Raggie who has served with the department in various capacities since 1979 is retiring. DBS’s Kendal Burton tells us more.
Description An agreement to bolster child protection was signed here today between the OECS Commission and the United Nations Children’s Fund.The agreement will strengthen collaboration in advancing child protection programmes in OECS member states, despite the economic challenges facing the region. DBS’s Kendal Burton tells us more:
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