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A robber who tried to steal a cellphone from a young woman in Rio de Janeiro learned the hard way that mugging a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter who goes by the nickname “the Iron Lady” is not an excellent idea, AFP has reported. Polyana Viana, an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) strawweight, told  the sports […]

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A new talk show targetting a mature audience is set to premiere here this Saturday January 12, 2019, on ETV (Channel 124), it has been announced. Dubbed “Late Night With Dee”/ LNWD, the talk show is produced by Blue Ice Entertainment and hosted by Media and Marketing Specialist, Delia “Dee” Louis. The producers say it invites […]

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Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, this week concluded a meeting with executives of Republic Financial Holdings Limited. The meeting followed the announcement in November last year that Scotiabank planned to sell its operations in Saint Lucia and 8 other Caribbean countries to that company. Chastanet  disclosed on his official Facebook page that he was accompanied to […]

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(CNN) — New Year, new you, new job — looking after a lighthouse in California? On an idyllic island in the San Pablo Bay, the East Brother Light Station, a lighthouse-turned-inn, is seeking a pair of new keepers. San Pablo Bay is part of the larger San Francisco Bay. The position offers $130,000, split between ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The partial shutdown of the United States Government has started to impact operations at its embassy in Kingston, but Jamaicans will continue to have their visa applications processed, at least for now. The US State Department has indicated that while visa services will continue for now, this could change if the shutdown, ...

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(BBC) — A woman who signed off text messages with a kiss was not being “flirtatious” with her estranged husband, a judge has ruled. The unnamed former couple are in the middle of a family court dispute involving their child. Judge Farooq Ahmed had been asked to make a “findings of fact” after the woman ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Superstar reggae artiste Buju Banton has established a foundation which aims to ensure that at-risk youths, from newborn to 20 years old, have equal opportunities to succeed, through skills training and educational opportunities. “Born in abject poverty, I know what it is for a child to go without basic necessities. I also ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — A Canadian woman died this morning from injuries she sustained in a motor vehicle crash involving popular entertainer Munga Honorable. She has been identified as 26-year-old Tashana Cumberback. The police Corporate Communications Unit (CCU) confirmed that the crash occurred shortly before 6a.m. along the Mandela Highway in St Catherine. The entertainer, whose ...

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(NEWSDAY) — The art of practising black magic in Trinidad and Togabo has become the subject of a police and immigration investigation, the suspects being nationals from India. In July last year, Newsday published a story about a woman falling victim to the scam, having paid money to predict the outcome of her love life. ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Op­er­a­tors at hard­ware stores along the East/West Cor­ri­dor say they have seen a slight in­crease in the de­mand for wa­ter tanks as cit­i­zens brace for a harsh dry sea­son. Busi­ness own­ers said they have seen a trend of home­own­ers pur­chas­ing tanks fol­low­ing the ini­tial an­nounce­ment of a harsh dry sea­son last No­vem­ber. ...

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