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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Clothes, pho­tos, shoes, even a bank card and oth­er per­son­al items be­long­ing to Neil, 25, and Nigel See­bran, 23, are cher­ished and close­ly guard­ed by their fam­i­ly at their Granville, Ce­dros home. Of­ten­times, their par­ents, Chata­goon and Gee­ta See­bran, both 63, can be heard speak­ing to their sons with whom they shared ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Looking to secure a larger foothold in the ethnic market in western Canada by year end, GraceKennedy has expanded retail space and launched new products in that market. But the food and financial services conglomerate has promised that more is to come from its Canadian business, Grace Foods Canada Inc, GFC, which ...

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12:00 NOON WEATHER REPORT DATE: 14TH JULY, 2019 FORECASTER: E. FRANCIS PRESENT WEATHER AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY. PRESENT WEATHER AT GFL CHARLES AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY. PRESENT TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS 31 C OR 88 F. LAST NIGHT’S MINIMUM TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT WAS 27 C OR 81 F. WIND AT HEWANORRA ...

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Sandals Grande St. Lucian welcomed the grandest sprinter of all time, Jamaican Usain Bolt, along with former West Indies Captains Daren Sammy and Dwayne Bravo at a special function on Thursday morning at the resort. In attendance were groups of athletes associated with several sports including golf, cricket, football, swimming and, of course, track and field.

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On July 1 officials from the Ministry of Education revealed the results of the 2019 Common Entrance Examination. Of the registered 2,993 students, 2,272 wrote the exam. The mean was the same as last year: 60.09%. Student scores ranged from 9% to 97%. Although used for many years, the exam has been criticized for placing too much pressure on students at an early age. Last month the Barbados prime minister, Mia Mottley, announced her government’s intention to look into replacing the exam.

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Saint Lucia’s new Carnival Queen Wenia Verneuil’s rendition of Aretha Franklin’s You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman truly took away the audience’s collective breath at last Friday’s event; but it will perhaps be most remembered for the contestants’ responses during the interview segment. The question that shook up the house: “A woman has just awoken after being asleep for 20 years. What do you tell her she has missed?”“That’s a really good question,” said Verneuil, seemingly without a response. Six candidates before had only set off an explosion of audience laughter or dead silence. But Ms Verneuil had not stopped thinking. Finally, she said: “The world has impr...

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Venice is unquestionably one of the world’s most beautiful cities. As a tourism magnet in northern Italy, a visit to the City of Canals is on the bucket list of many people from Italy, Europe and around the world. It’s also a city that recognises tourism as a key part of its local economy. For generations it has been this way, and Venetians today continue to understand the importance of tourism to the city’s ongoing viability.

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Guyana Chronicle:– A 36-year-old miner was shot three times and is in critical condition after he tried to rape a businesswoman at her mining camp around midnight on Friday. Reports indicate that the female miner is a licensed firearm holder. She used the firearm after the miner allegedly entered her mining camp and indecently assaulted her […]

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