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A wooden structure in Talvern, Babonneau was destroyed by fire on Tuesday, according to emergency officials. The 16x20ft structure was unoccupied at the time of the fire, officials said. The structure was normally occupied by a male, who is believed to be of unsound mind, according to officials. Emergency officials responded to the report at ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Garcia Perez, also called Tituba Mogaba, who plead guilty to 114 counts of obtaining money by means of false pretence, has been sentenced to 456 years imprisonment. Perez, who is presently serving time for similar offences, was sentenced to four years for each count. He will have to serve this sentence on ...

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(CMC) – The Antigua and Barbuda government says it is prepared to hold direct talks with Scotiabank over the acquisition of its local branch after indicating that the Trinidad and Tobago-based financial institution acquiring the bank was seeking as much as “300 per cent” more than the sale price. Prime Minister Gaston Browne had earlier ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Twenty-year-old Faith Thompson had a restraining order against her 24-year-old boyfriend Daniel Hinckson who shot her in the neck and then reportedly killed himself Tuesday. Thompson’s uncle, Justin Lewis told the News Room Tuesday that the couple had an ongoing court case after Hinckson, who was a mechanic of Parfaite Harmonie, ...

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has given brief updates on the status of Saint Lucia’s healthcare-related projects. Chastanet said those updates were presented to the newly elected executive of the Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA) and officials from the Ministry of Health and Wellness during a meeting last Friday. According to the prime minister, ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Prime Minister Andrew Holness has reported that since the start of the year, a total of 726 persons have been murdered in Jamaica – that’s a one per cent increase when compared with the corresponding period last year or an average of just over three killings per day. Holness was speaking in ...

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Helpaws, a shelter for “sick, abandoned, abused or stray animals” in Saint Lucia, is overcrowded because Air Canada is bumping dogs off their flights to Toronto, according to a report by City News Toronto on Tuesday. SEE CITY NEWS VIDEO REPORT AT END OF ARTICLE “It’s just heartbreaking to think that there are dogs being ...

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Trinidad Express:– Although the murder toll for 2019 is lower than last year’s figure, Criminologist Darius Figuera is concerned as he has noticed several alarming trends, including ‘mass shootings’. The toll for 2019, up to press time yesterday, stood at 281. The comparative for the same period was 302. And while this represents an estimated six […]

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Antigua Observer:–  Prime Minister Gaston Browne has shared his view on the ongoing talks with Barbados over LIAT, and has declared that Antigua and Barbuda will not settle at the US$44 million proposal made by the Bajan government. It was reported by Barbados Today last week, that among the sticking points to Barbados selling its […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet  briefly participated in the carnival Monday jump up. A video posted on social media shows him jumping up among female carnival revellers. According to reports, the sixteen second recording was made at Vigie when Chastanet joined Xuvo carnival band. Earlier on his official Facebook page, he had highlighted the need for […]

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