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A regional solution has been urged for youth crime and violence in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The solution was proposed at a two-day conference aimed at examining and redefining violence prevention solutions as they relate to youth violence and prevention in the Caribbean. Addressing the conference  that began Tuesday in the Guyana capital, Georgetown,  CARICOM Secretary […]

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Theresa May’s government faces a vote of no confidence later after MPs rejected the PM’s Brexit deal, according to the BBC. Labour launched the bid to trigger a general election after the deal setting out the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU was rejected by 230 votes. However, one senior party figure has suggested […]

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Mrs. Mary Annell  ‘ AKA‘ Ms Abel Christopher of La Caye, Dennery celebrated her 100th birthday last Friday January 11, 2019, with a church service at the St Michael’s Catholic Church In La Ressource, Mabouya Valley. In attendance were the former Governor General Dame Pearlette Lousy, government representatives , family, friends, and well-wishers. The church […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — For­mer head of the Joint Con­sul­ta­tive Coun­cil (JCC) Afra Ray­mond said he strong­ly be­lieves that neg­a­tive pub­lic­i­ty is not the re­al rea­son why San­dals Re­sorts pulled out of the To­ba­go San­dals project. He spec­u­lates that it could have been “What are the ‘Un­der­ly­ing Com­mer­cial Arrange­ments’? “I don’t be­lieve that the San­dals Brand ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The mur­der toll jumped to 15 on Mon­day night with a dead­ly home in­va­sion in El Do­ra­do and a fa­tal dri­ve by shoot­ing in Port-of-Spain. The vic­tims have been iden­ti­fied as Charisse Bram­ble, 32, and 70-year-old Ru­pert Der­rick, of Pic­ton Road, Laven­tille. In that in­ci­dent, in which Der­rick, a re­tired ma­son from ...

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(BBC) — Theresa May’s government faces a vote of no confidence later after MPs rejected the PM’s Brexit deal. Labour launched the bid to trigger a general election after the deal setting out the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU was rejected by 230 votes. However, one senior party figure has suggested it is ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — In­fluen­za vac­ci­na­tions have run low in some health cen­tres as pub­lic de­mand grows with the threat of the dead­ly H1N1 virus. At the Pleas­antville Health Cen­tre, scores of peo­ple were turned away as sup­plies ran low. On­ly 162 peo­ple re­ceived vac­ci­na­tions at the Pe­nal Health Cen­tre while vac­ci­na­tions at Mara­bel­la and Roy ...

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