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Four persons are dead and ten others were injured in separate major incidents since Monday, the Saint Lucia Fire Service has reported. The series of tragedies started on Monday with drowning at Canaries. Deputy Fire Chief, George Victorin, told St Lucia Times that a male in his fifties went swimming and encountered difficulty. His body […]

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Organisers of the April 27, 2019 Buju Banton concert in Barbados, say it is gearing up to be a ‘monster’ event. Show promoter Al Gilkes, Director of Fas7Star, was quoted in the Barbados media as saying that tickets are selling like ‘hot cakes’. The  Buju Banton concert has been dubbed dubbed Long Walk to Freedom. Gilkes, […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — For the first Christmas in nine years, yesterday, Joyce Leslie faced the festivities at home without the threat of a lengthy prison sentence hanging over her head, but still, there was no celebration for her. The 47-year-old Leslie, of a Prospect, St Thomas, address, was last week cleared of a murder charge ...

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The winner of the $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot has still not stepped forward more than two months after the ticket was sold in South Carolina, officials  quoted by Fox News have said. The numbers were announced on October 23. But lottery officials are baffled by the no-show so far of the winner, according to local […]

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(SNO) — Two individuals died as a result of a motor vehicle accident in Roseau on Wednesday evening (Boxing Day), according to law enforcement sources. According to reports,  a motor bike collided with a taxi minibus. Emergency officials received the call at 8:16 pm. Two male individuals on the motorcycle are motionless, and one lost ...

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A 71-year-old Frenchman set sail across the Atlantic from El Hierro in Spain’s Canary Islands on Wednesday in a barrel-shaped orange capsule. France 24 says Jean-Jacques Savin is hoping to reach the Caribbean within three months thanks to ocean currents alone. Savin’s unique vessel measures three metres (10 feet) long and 2.10 metres across, France 24 said. According to […]

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Group Chief Operating Officer of Sagicor Financial Corporation Ravi Rambarran believes that the Caribbean is ‘grossly under-insured’, according to Barbados Today. Rambarran was quoted as asserting  at a recent media breakfast meeting that if regional economies did not urgently put measures in place to cover insurance needs, they could continue to struggle due to the […]

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U.S. Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. wished her Twitter followers a Merry Christmas Tuesday by referring to the newborn Jesus as a “refugee”, Fox News has reported. According to Fox, she wrote: “Joy to the World!. “Merry Christmas everyone – here’s to a holiday filled with happiness, family, and love for all people. (Including refugee babies in […]

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(CNN) — The parents of the 16-year-old black varsity wrestler who was forced to cut his dreadlocks before a match have spoken out for the first time since the incident. Charles and Rosa Johnson, speaking through their attorney, Dominic A. Speziali, said in a Monday statement that the conduct of the referee who forced their ...

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The National Taxi Union (NTU) has accused the government of sidelining the organisation, while showing favour to minibus operators. The government recently paid $1.1 million in fuel rebate cash to the National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT). Bu the NCOPT said it has to discuss conditions for accepting the money. However, National Taxi Union President, […]

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