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Guyana Chronicle:–  CRIME Chief, Deputy Commissioner of Police Lyndon Alves is advising that persons rely more on their ATM cards this Christmas than liquid cash. He made the observation on Monday during a function at the Police Officers’ Mess in Eve Leary, where he said that businesses should also be on the alert for fake managers […]

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Antigua Observer:–  A family is demanding that the government move swiftly to properly enforce the Antigua and Barbuda ‘Medical Practitioners Act of 2009’, particularly the section which speaks to the formation of a Disciplinary Committee to investigate and punish any wrongdoings on the part of medical practitioners in Antigua and Barbuda. They are also calling for […]

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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) — The St Vincent and the Grenadines Parliament is expected to approve, on Thursday, laws establishing a medical marijuana industry in the country. The bills are expected to become law amidst concerns among three groups involved in the review of the draft legislation — growers, the Christian Council, and the parliamentary […]

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Barbados Today:-  Agricultural powerhouse Suriname is offering land to Barbadians interested in farming, the Prime Minister said Sunday. She told journalists that on her recent visit to Suriname, she signed an economic, technical and cooperation agreement with the Dutch-speaking CARICOM member state, which, in addition to other provisions, outlined the fact that the South American government […]

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BBC:-  A US federal judge has blocked an order issued by President Trump to deny asylum to migrants crossing the southern US border illegally. US District Judge Jon Tigar in San Francisco issued the temporary restraining order after hearing arguments by civil rights groups. Mr Trump signed the order earlier this month in response to the […]

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Barbados Today:-  Prime Minister Mia Mottley this evening said that the Government’s restructuring exercise was affected by “sabotage”, but served notice that the order would be restored. Reiterating that she was “deeply disappointed” in how the retrenchment exercise was being carried out, Mottley said “she was satisfied that there was an element of sabotage in respect […]

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Saint Lucia police are investigating the discovery of the body of a male individual in a ravine at Monchy. Photos that have been circulating on social media show a shirtless, barefooted man lying face down. The discovery of the body was made Monday, a law enforcement official told St Lucia Times. There are no further […]

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com CASTRIES, St Lucia — The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) will on Tuesday, before the commencement of Parliament, deliver to the Clerk of Parliament a copy of a no confidence motion in the prime minister and minister of finance, Allen Chastanet. It is expected that […]

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