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Saint Lucia’s National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, urged citizens of this country to respect life and promote peace,  as he addressed the opening ceremony Sunday of the $6 million fire station at Babonneau. “I want to appeal to you to desist from violence and reckless endangerment of life,” the former Deputy Police Commissioner told the […]

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By Stephen A Cooper When, in a December 2016 column for The Hill, I accused the New York Times, the venerable “Gray Lady” of American journalism, of violating basic journalistic ethics in its reporting on the arrest of a patently mentally ill man in DC — and then, the Washington Post’s media critic Eric Wemple […]

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Dear Sir: With one of the highest percentages of migrants in this hemisphere in our country, and all the problems of hosting over 4,000 migrants per 100,000 of population one is at a loss to know why our country was a no show at the 10th December 2018 UN Conference held in Morocco that approved […]

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Dear Sir: A recent exploration into the Ethiopianism movement opened my eyes to one aspect of the duality of the idea and practice of justice under colonialism. This thinking and practice are very much alive in today’s world. The Ethiopianist church movement represents the black-led church movement that break away from the white church movement, […]

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Dear Sir: It is wrong for the prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago to suggest that anyone asking questions about the Dragon Field arrangement with Venezuela is being unpatriotic or that they wish to damage or injure the economy of Trinidad and Tobago. Legitimate concerns must be raised about the long term viability of this […]

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Dear Sir: There is a serious crisis facing the trade union movement in Trinidad and Tobago, with a multitude of negatives seriously harming the economic welfare of workers. It is estimated that more than 85 percent of the workforce are not organized into unions. Many of these unorganized workers earn the minimum wage of less […]

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The Police Welfare Association (PWA) membership Monday voted overwhelmingly to reject a $1,500 bonus being offered by the government and part ways with the umbrella Trade Union Federation (TUF) in salary negotiations, reliable sources have said. According to the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, the intention is ultimately to move away from the […]

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Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, other Cabinet Ministers and senior government officials took part in on a two hour gallery walk of the work carried out during the Social and Economic Labs conducted by PEMANDU Associates over the past four weeks, the National Competitiveness and Productivity Unit has reported. The unit said in a release that […]

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An anti-bullying organization is offering some encouragement to a middle-school student who has been teased because his last name is Trump, it has been reported in the US media. The News Journal reports that Pennsylvania-based national nonprofit Teach Anti Bullying awarded Joshua Trump the Teach Anti Bullying Medal of Courage at a ceremony in his […]

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