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(CMC) – The Head of the Cyber Incidence Response Team (CIRT), Dr. Moniphia Hewling, is urging Jamaicans to be extra careful in protecting their personal and financial information during this festive season. She said that, generally, during this time of the year there is an increase in cyber crime globally, as persons do more online ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith is chal­leng­ing any­one who dis­agrees with his ‘one shot, one kill’ phi­los­o­phy for po­lice of­fi­cers in life-threat­en­ing sit­u­a­tions to re­port him to the po­lice. Grif­fith on Thursday de­fend­ed his con­tro­ver­sial mantra, which he in­sists co­in­cides with the of­fi­cial T&T Po­lice Ser­vice’s ‘use of force’ pol­i­cy. “I am sor­ry ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley is plead­ing with the pop­u­la­tion to ed­u­cate them­selves on the dif­fer­ence be­tween de­crim­i­nal­i­sa­tion and le­gal­i­sa­tion of mar­i­jua­na, say­ing they are not the same. The PM made the point to re­porters af­ter the open­ing cer­e­mo­ny of the $1.4 mil­lion L’Anse Mi­tan, Care­nage bridge con­struct­ed by Coos­al Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny ...

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Police Commissioner  has defended his ‘one shot, one kill’ philosophy for po­lice of­fi­cers in life-threat­en­ing sit­u­a­tions, local news reports say. As reported by the Guardian newspaper, Gary Griffith is chal­leng­ing any­one who dis­agrees to re­port him to the po­lice. According to the Guardian, Griffith in­sists that the ‘one shot, one kill’ philosophy […]

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(CMC) – Police and immigration officials are search for five foreigners, including two Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nationals, who escaped from the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) in Wallerfield, east of here, earlier this week. Police said that Krishna Bailey, a 22-year-old Jamaican national; 23-year-old Guyanese national, Ryan Badal and three Venezuelan nationals, Rodney Noel Reyes Mendoza, ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados-based Caribbean Disaster Emergency management Agency (CDEMA) says climate change, development and security issues require commitment to improving sustainable policy actions. “Resilient development is not just about survival and bouncing back, but about being able to thrive,” CDEMA said as it reflected on a one-day regional consultation held in Aruba earlier this ...

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(STABROEK NEWS) — Governing coalition partner the Alliance for Change (AFC) today said that it has expelled Charrandas Persaud over his vote in favour of yesterday’s no-confidence motion against the government. The process for his recall from the National Assembly has also begun. A statement from the AFC follows: The Alliance For Change is shocked ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual (LGBT) community has called on Jamaican dancehall recording artist Buju Banton, fresh from serving a prison sentence, to publicly denounce one of his most popular songs ahead of a performance scheduled here next year. Early Friday morning, music promoters Fas7Star Entertainment uploaded a poster with a ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — The excitement surrounding Buju Banton’s long-awaited release from US prison continues to build. Now that the beloved artiste is back on home turf, all wheels are spinning at full speed for the reggae artiste’s highly anticipated return to the stage. To answer to many local fans prayers, Gargamel Music and Boom Energy ...

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(BBC) — A partial US government shutdown is set to continue through Christmas with no deal in sight to break the impasse over budget spending. The Senate, which must pass a deal, has now adjourned until Thursday. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump will stay on in Washington for the festive period, cancelling holidays in Florida. The ...

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