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When we think of knee injuries and pain, we often visualize people who play sports or older people who have arthritis, but you don’t have to play sports or be of an age to suffer from knee pain. There are those few who develop knee pain through the activities they do as part of their everyday life, one of them kneeling. It is so common among certain groups that conditions have been named after them. So, kneelers

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JACKSONVILLE, Florida (CMC) — The United States Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agency says its crew assigned to the National Air Security Operations Center-Jacksonville, Florida recently interdicted a “cocaine-filled go-fast style vessel” in the Caribbean Sea. CBP said that on Thursday the cocaine with an estimated wholesale value of US$114.6 million was found by the […]

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Recent times have seen the people of Haiti embattled with a high-octane political crisis, as President Jovenel Moïse continues to preside over a government fighting corruption allegations. This current difficult chapter in the nation’s story follows on from years when the carnage of natural disasters tested the nation’s spirit. It was a period when the country also wore the ignominious label of being the poorest in the Western hemisphere.

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago (AFP) — Chris Gayle on Sunday became the all-time highest West Indian run-scorer in one-day international cricket. Going into the second ODI of the three-match series against India at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad needing just nine runs to surpass the tally of 10,405 by Brian Lara, the 39-year-old opening batsman played […]

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When Soufriere’s not doing well, Canaries also suffers. So does Choiseul. So does all of Saint Lucia.” So declared Prime Minister Allen Chastanet at the opening of Soufriere Square on Thursday August 1. Mr. Chastanet should know. He is, after all, no stranger to the town, famous as “Saint Lucia’s garden”. Not only does he have familial roots there, in 2011 he contested the seat and lost to Harold Dalson.

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has congratulated Saint Lucian javelin thrower Albert Reynolds who won a bronze medal Saturday at the Pan American Games. Writing on his official Facebook page, Chastanet dubbed it  “another great performance by one of our athletes at the Pan Am Games.” “Congratulations to Albert Reynolds, who threw a national record 82.19m […]

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BBC News:– A black bear broke into a house in the US before escaping by smashing through a wall. Police in Colorado said the break-in happened on Friday evening when the house was vacant. Nobody was injured. The smell of rubbish probably attracted the bear, Estes Park police said. “Upon officer’s arrival, said bear forcibly breached […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  Four stu­dents who were caught cheat­ing dur­ing the CSEC Maths ex­am in May — af­ter a video was post­ed to so­cial me­dia show­ing them and oth­er stu­dents us­ing their cell-phones to share an an­swer sheet — have been dis­qual­i­fied. This means they will not be grad­ed and will have to re-sit the ex­am at […]

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The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) says there were no apparent serious injuries after a nose to tail collision between two vehicles on Chaussee Road, Castries Saturday night. According to emergency officials, the collision involved a car and a pickup van near the North South Enterprises service station. Both ended up on the sidewalk opposite […]

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