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Since taking office in 2016, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet delivered his maiden New Year’s address in a nationally televised speech on January 13. In addition to touting the accomplishments of the United Workers Party administration, the Prime Minister’s 2019 agenda remains hinged on rolling out multimillion dollar capitol projects and charting the way forward after …
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Former Health Minister, Doctor Keith Mondesir, has urged the current Minister of Health, Mary Isaac, to go undercover to Victoria Hospital to witness first hand what persons have to endure in the Accident and Emergency Department. Speaking Monday afternoon, Mondesir told St Lucia Times that he was at the department where he witnessed a woman […]

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(INEWS GUYANA) — The post mortem examination that was done on Cyril Nova Persaud, whose body was fished out of the Lamaha Canal at Durban Backlands on Sunday, determined that he died from brain hemorrhaging as a result of multiple blunt trauma to the head, compounded by compression injuries to the neck. The autopsy also ...

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(CMC) – The Trinidad and Tobago government Monday said it is seeking to re-negotiate an agreement with the state-owned telecommunications provider for CCTV coverage after complaining that the fees were too expensive. National Security Minister Stuart Young told a Standing Finance Committee meeting that the agreement with the Telecommunication Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — After almost a decade since the translation of the Bible’s New Testament into Jamaican Creole, Wycliffe Caribbean Bible Translators has announced that the first 39 books of the Bible — collectively known as the Old Testament — is also to be translated into the local vernacular. The Patois Bible is due for ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados government Monday said it had accepted scholarships from the US-owned Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) saying it “augments the government’s extensive investment in the development of human capital” on the island. RUSM started operations here earlier this month after its controversial decision to re-locate from Dominica after 40 years. Last ...

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(CMC) – Captain Jason Holder says he is already eyeing another successful year in international cricket but also wants to see West Indies excel, starting with the upcoming series against powerful England. The Barbadian all-rounder was one of the leading bowlers in Tests for 2018, snaring 33 wickets at 11.87 – the best average by ...

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(CMC) – Guyana Jaguars have stretched their lead to well over 30 points in the Regional Four-Day Championship following their fourth straight win on Sunday. The four-time reigning champions are sitting comfortably at the top of the six-team standings on 80.2 points, well clear of the second placed Leeward Islands Hurricanes on 43.6 points. Jaguars ...

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