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Saint Lucia businessman, Kevin Williams, is offering some high-tech options to prevent vehicle thefts, a number of which have been occurring place here recently. Williams is the founder of Simply Innovative Solutions. “We specialise in tracking and management systems that use radio frequency identification and blue tooth technology,” he told St Lucia Times. The Saint […]

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(SNO)– A Sitting of the House of Assembly is expected to take place next week Tuesday and a number of government ministers will be laying papers during the event. At the sitting, a motion for consideration will be laid in which the parliament authorises the minister of finance to borrow from the Caribbean Development Bank ...

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A phone thief who pretended to be a parent interested in enrolling his children in the Salvation Army preschool in Castries, was arrested Thursday by the police, it has been reported. A Salvation Army official told St Lucia Times that the thief irately proclaimed that the phone was his when he was arrested. However, the […]

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(SNO) — The art of radio storytelling is enjoying a revival in recent times, and Dominican owned TDN Radio has joined the movement with its own original drama series, Redemption Road. Redemption Road tells the story of Pastor Felix Perryman who lives in a fictional village on the island of Dominica. Pastor Felix has a ...

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Guyana Chronicle:–  A PREGNANT policewoman, who allegedly threw acid in her boyfriend’s face, appeared on Thursday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ court to answer to the charge. Cassandra Vulture, 30, of School Street, Albouystown, appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan and denied committing the offence. The particulars of the charge stated that last Wednesday at the corner […]

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ClickOnDetroit:–  DETROIT – A former concessions worker at Comerica Park who was caught spitting on a customer’s pizza was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty. Jaylon Juwan Kerley, 20, was facing one count of felony food law violations and one count of misdemeanor food law violations. Kerley was sentenced to 18 months of probation, as well as continued therapy and anger management classes. Kerley was tested […]

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Sky News:-  The number of people reported missing in California’s deadly wildfires has jumped to 631, as 65 victims are confirmed dead. The revised official list of the 631 individuals whose whereabouts and fate remain unknown is more than double the 297 recorded earlier in the day by the Butte County Sheriff’s Office. “I want you […]

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Huffington Post:–  Sprinting legend Usain Bolt says he’s bringing “a little piece of Jamaica” to London by opening a restaurant in the city. The retired eight-time Olympic gold medalist celebrated the opening this week of a London location of his restaurant, Tracks & Records — the first outside Jamaica. “For me, it’s all about the good food, […]

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