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GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — West Indies Women were given a warm reception when they arrived here Monday evening to complete their final preparation for the Twenty20 World Cup which bowls off at the Guyana National Stadium on Friday. The reigning World champions were hosted in a cocktail reception at the cultural Umana Yana venue which […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  KINGSTON, Jamaica — State Minister for Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Alando Terrelonge, is urging parents, teachers and caregivers to not only encourage play amongst children, but to look out for the telltale signs of abuse during this activity. Terrelonge was speaking at a forum focusing on the importance of play for children held […]

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Barbados Today:–  In the matter of a month, Barbados’ economic recovery effort has received yet another shot in arm, this time from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) who have approved a US $100 million loan to the island. The structure and content of the IDB loan program, which was approved Tuesday morning, are aligned to the […]

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Trinidad Express:-  The father of two women police officers (WPCs) was shot and killed by a man pretending to be a landscaper in Diego Martin on Tuesday. At around 1p.m. a man whose face was covered with a bandana and wearing coveralls similar to that of a “whacker-man” came calling at the Campbell house. One of […]

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IPS:-  Four Caribbean countries have done an inventory of the major sources of mercury contamination in their islands, but a great deal of work still needs to be done to determine where and what impact this mercury is having on the region’s seafood chain. Trinidad and Tobago, St Kitts and Nevis, Jamaica and St Lucia recently […]

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BBC:-  The Democrats have taken control of the US House of Representatives in the mid-term elections, dealing a blow to President Donald Trump. A Democratic majority in the lower chamber for the first time in eight years will restrict his ability to steer his programme through Congress. But Mr Trump’s Republicans are set to strengthen their […]

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(SNO) — The man who reportedly killed his friend during a fight in Monchy over the weekend has been formally charged. Jason Charles, 33, of Monchy, Gros Islet was charged on Tuesday, Nov. 6 for murdering his intoxicated friend, Delan Evans, of Ravine Ma-Cock, Monchy on Saturday, Nov. 3, according to reliable sources. Charles, who was ...

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia police have removed another illegal firearm off the country’s streets. Jermeel Pierre, 34, of Cas En Bas, Gros Islet has been charged for the illegal possession of a .45 Taurus pistol and nine live rounds of ammunition, law enforcement sources have told St. Lucia News Online. Reports are that on Monday, ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados Workers Union (BWU) says the state-owned Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has announced plans to send home more than half of its 230-strong workforce while also agreeing to a proposal by the employees’ bargaining agent for voluntary separation. BWU special advisor and former general secretary, Sir Roy Trotman, speaking to reporters following ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Danielle Year­wood was al­most nine months preg­nant when she, her un­born son and the child’s fa­ther were mur­dered in Waller­field on Mon­day af­ter­noon. Year­wood, 19, and hus­band Ri­car­do “Mamoo” Daloo left their home at La Pla­ta Gar­dens, Va­len­cia, ear­li­er that day so she could un­der­go her fi­nal ul­tra­sound when they were at­tacked ...

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