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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Constable Collis “Chucky” Brown, who was last month convicted on three counts of murder, will have to wait until after the Christmas and New Year holidays to know his fate. The constable, who was also found guilty on charges of conspiracy and wounding with intent, was scheduled to be sentenced in the ...

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(NEWS SOURCE GUYANA) — Three months after the murder of a Linden man at the Kitty seawall, the Police Force on Friday issued a wanted bulletin for the two men, who they believe are responsible for the murder. The police is asking anyone who may know the whereabouts of 41-year-old Chiowa Gray and 32-year-old Kenrick ...

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(STABROEK NEWS) — A high-stakes gambit by the PPP/C paid off tonight when APNU+AFC MP Charrandas Persaud voted for the opposition motion of no-confidence meaning that fresh general elections will have to be held in three months. Persaud, an attorney, who represents the AFC wing of the coalition, voted yes when it was his turn ...

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(NEWSDAY) — Five people were granted bail with surety in various amounts after they appeared before a Tunapuna magistrate on Thursday on charges of unlawfully arranging the adoption of a baby earlier this year. The accused, Caribbean Airlines pilot Patrick Borel, his wife Daniela Parrinello, attorneys Kijana Da Silva and Anabelle Sooklal-Boynes and Spanish teacher ...

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(SNO) — With Saint Lucia facing a rising gun crime problem, National Security Minister Hermangild Francis is of the opinion that the courts are too lenient with criminals and should get tougher to tackle the issue. He told HTS News that often criminal with matters before the courts are granted bail. “So when you arrest ...

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(SNO) — The festive season here and the temptation to consume alcoholic beverages is stronger than ever. However, the Substance Abuse Advisory Council is warning against behaviors such as binge drinking, saying public should consume alcohol responsibly. “Binge drinking usually send people into states of minds that they don’t usually anticipate,” Joanna Joseph, deputy director ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Students from the Des Barras Combined School have received an early Christmas treat at the Commission’s annual gift giving celebration. The children were presented with their gifts from staff members before singing Christmas carols and partaking in a dancing competition and other fun activities. OECS Director General Dr. Didacus Jules said the ...

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(SNO) — The Executive Committee of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) met on Wednesday, December 19, 2018, in Barbados and unanimously decided to support the candidacy of Giovanni Vincenzo “Gianni” Infantino for a new four-year mandate as FIFA President, from 2019 to 2023. CFU is composed of 31 members of which 25 are FIFA members, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Saint Lucia 2018 Walk For The Cure raised a total of EC$75,000, which goes to support the clients and the various outreach programmes of the Saint Lucia Cancer Society and Faces of Cancer in 2019. During a short ceremony at the CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank’s main branch on Tuesday, December 18, ...

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