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Nothing beats a workout outdoors, especially when the weather’s fine. Onlookers in Constitution Park on Tuesday got a preview of what to expect come Independence! It seemed perfect carnival weather. Or weather ideal for cricket. Small wonder that early Tuesday morning, long before things got going at what has been operated for a long time more […]

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The former leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM), Therold Prudent, has described as ‘unfortunate’, the decision of the United States to impose sanctions on Venezuela. Prudent has warned that given the current level of suffering in the South American state, criminal activity will only increase. “This will reverberate to Islands and countries in the […]

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Trinidad Express:-  CRIMINALS are trying to extort $3,000 from  Leela Maharaj. Her pedigree cat was lost a month ago, and she has been told it will be returned to her in exchange for cash. Maharaj, 71, of Clarke Road, Penal, has reported the incident to the police numerous times, and has even called Commissioner of Police […]

The post T&T Police Asked To Probe Case Of Kidnapped Cat appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

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(BBC) — A winning lotto ticket in Canada will likely not be paid out because it was bought with a stolen credit card. The woman who allegedly bought the ticket was arrested by police while on her way to the lottery offices. Police were following up on a report of a stolen wallet and discovered ...

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(DOMINICA NEWS ONLINE) — Two Venezuelan nationals have been slapped with a fine of EC$25,000.00 to be paid forthwith or in default, face 12 months in jail. The fine was imposed by Magistrate Asquith Riviere when the accused appeared in court on January 31, 2019. They were jointly charged with Lester Edmund but the charge ...

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(NEWS DAY) — Six years of living on a Nigerian boat off Claxton Bay has ended for five Guyanese seamen. They are now back in their home country, the boat, an oil tanker, sold last week Thursday following a High Court judge ordering its arrest in February 2017. The MT Tumini owners in Nigeria abandoned ...

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