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Twenty-five stranded passengers had to be rescued Thursday night when the ferry in which they were travelling ran aground off Saint Lucia, law enforcement officials have confirmed. A senior law enforcement official identified the vessel as the Bleu & Or. According to one report, the vessel was on a one day trip to Saint Lucia […]

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By Anthony L Hall It’s a curious thing that so many black Americans – who insist on calling themselves African Americans – know so little about their American heritage, and even less about their African ancestry. But this is probably because “black pride” is about as ethereal and subjective as religious faith. Martin Luther King […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders The English-speaking Caribbean has just emerged from a season manifesting the spirit, intrinsic to Christmas, of ‘peace on earth and goodwill to all’. Not even the no-confidence vote that was carried against the APNU-AFC coalition government in Guyana on Friday, December 21, disrupted the festive celebrations of the period. Bitterness, felt […]

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By Drexwell Seymour Introduction We do not have oil, gold, bauxite or gas but Grace Bay Beach on the Island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) is considered to be the best beach in the world. Almost every year for the past couple of years, Grace Bay Beach was selected by guests, […]

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By Mickel A. Allen Our experiential background and perception largely influences one’s day to day choices, thoughts and outcomes, which overshadow the manner in which we receive and process auditory, visual, gustatory or tactile sensory detail. We traverse the floors of hell, sometimes meandering our way fearfully through the dark, low valleys until we sojourn […]

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Dear Sir: Is the Keith Rowley-led PNM administration saying to any citizen that to question its procurement practices, to question any evidence of corruption makes that citizen’s action reckless and treasonous? Does asking for accountability, according to Rowley’s PNM, mean that you can be accused of attempting to overthrow the government or to betray Trinidad […]

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