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Dear Sir: Following a directive from the World Bank in 1994, the public health care service was reformed creating the Regional Health Authorities (RHAs); with the Trinidad RHAs falling under the control of the ministry of health and the Tobago RHA (TRHA) under the Tobago House of Assembly (THA). This move, it was stated, was […]

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Dear Sir: In an address made in 2016 to a Trinidadian audience made up primarily of lawyers and intellectuals, Professor Richard Drayton posed several questions to his audience, which have not been repeated by Antiguans who are advocating for the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Antigua’s intellectuals wax eloquently on ancillary matters, like cost and […]

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Trinidad Guardian:- A se­nior po­lice­man who was on su­pen­sion was fa­tal­ly shot at his busi­ness place at Wa­ter­loo Road, Cara­pichaima, yes­ter­day. Se­nior Supt Ed­ward Castil­lo died at the scene while a woman who was al­so in the busi­ness place was shot in the leg. In­ves­ti­ga­tors were last night try­ing to de­ter­mine whether the gun­men had in­tend­ed […]

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Associated Press:–  Jurors at the New York trial of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán heard cartel tales involving bribes, bullets and bloodshed during the second day of court testimony from a key prosecution witness. Former Sinaloa Cartel operations chief Jesús Zambada told the jury Thursday that the notorious drug lord once ordered him to pay a US […]

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Fox News:–  Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer has called on a Leavenworth County commissioner to resign after he told a black woman at a public meeting that he belongs to a “master race.” “Racial and discriminative language have no place in our society, and most especially when spoken by someone holding a public office,” Colyer said in his […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  A woman appeared in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court last week accused of attacking the father of her two children with a scissors at a police station in downtown Kingston after she saw him kissing his wife. According to Lisa Brown, she had gone to the Denham Town Police Station on November […]

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Police are investigating the discovery of a body with multiple gunshot wounds at Cedars, Castries, Sunday morning, a law enforcement official has confirmed. The official told St Lucia Times that the homicide victim has been identified as Leandre Phillip, 23, of Independence City. The body was discovered about 7:15 am.    

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