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At 62, he’s finding it hard. His children live overseas and he cannot find a job. That’s what Farley Nigel Smith of Hothersal Turning, St. Michael, told Acting Magistrate Anika Jackson today when he appeared before her in the District ‘A Magistrates’ Court after pleading guilty to stealing one toenail clip valued $6.99 belonging to Massy […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – For the first time in Caribbean Travel Marketplace history, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) will host a large contingent of Chinese travel buyers. Twenty companies will join more than 1,000 delegates registered for what promises to be a dynamic edition of the event slated for this month in Montego Bay, ...

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(CMC) – The Organization of American States (OAS) says it has received a contribution of €1 million or US$1.14-million from the Netherlands to help finance the electoral observation missions that the hemispheric body will deploy this year in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Permanent Observer of the Netherlands to the OAS and Ambassador to ...

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(BBC) — Buddhism and high-stakes poker may seem like odd bedfellows, but for Scott Wellenbach, they go hand-in-hand. The Canadian poker player came in third at a poker tournament in the Bahamas, taking away $671,240 (£518,868). As usual, he is donating all his winnings to charity, earning him the nickname “the people’s hero”. “Being a ...

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(CMC) – A Trinidadian national, Ronald Taylor, has been promoted from sergeant to the rank of inspector in the Bermuda Police Service (BPS). Commissioner Stephen Corbishley announced that Taylor, one of six sergeants to earn the promotion, served in the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service for 11 years before he joined the BPS in 2000. ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – St. Lucian hotelier Karolin Troubetzkoy has joined the Caribbean’s efforts to address the crisis of marine and coastal resources degradation with her appointment this week as Envoy of the Caribbean Challenge Initiative (CCI). CCI was launched in 2008 in response to the crisis facing the Caribbean’s marine and coastal resources. The organization ...

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A young and dynamic us-based St. Lucian dancer is back on island with the message that the arts can be a viable career path for young persons. Shartoya Jn Baptiste who is developing a fast growing following online says the benefits of dance go beyond the physical.  She has teamed up with three fairly famous dancers …
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(BBC) — Police are investigating the death of a baby girl who was found in the restroom of an Amazon warehouse in the US state of Arizona. Phoenix police spokesman Vincent Lewis said the newborn was reported to police at the online retail giant’s facility on Wednesday evening. Homicide detectives are working to determine if ...

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Meanwhile, as part of stepped up efforts by the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force to clamp down on crime, law enforcement officers have their targets set on ‘known’ hot spots, in pursuit of criminal suspects and leads, that could crack ongoing investigations. HTS News4orce on January 17th, was the only camera crew behind a police …
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