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By J. K. Roberts The electorate of Grenada is aroused with political rhetoric and propaganda to vote blindly in a constitutional referendum on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, to decide for the second time within two years whether or not the nation should accede to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in its appellate jurisdiction as […]

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By Jerry Edwin The stock and trade of politicians is the art of persuasion tossed with a dose of deception where necessary. Professionals in this line of work honestly believe they can convince ants to forego sugar and love salt. Those who survive this grim sport are indeed Great Persuaders who build monuments in their […]

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Dear Sir: Whenever the referendum is held, November 6, or later if postponed, the question voters will be asked to answer “Yes” or “No” to is: “Do you approve the Bill for an Act proposing to alter the Constitution of Grenada cited as Constitution of Grenada (Caribbean Court of Justice and Renaming of Supreme Court […]

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Dear Sir: What exactly is 21st century socialism? Perhaps according to the people who are the new administrators of socialism for the 21st century: “…it is not a society in which people sell their ability to work and are directed from above by others whose goal is profits rather than the satisfaction of human needs.” […]

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Associated Press:–  Lawyers for the family of a 15-year-old girl who went missing in 1983 pressed Italian prosecutors and the Vatican on Wednesday for more details regarding human bone fragments found in an annex of the Holy See’s embassy in Rome. The find, announced late Tuesday, raised immediate speculation over possible links with the disappearance of […]

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(CMC) — All-rounder Dwayne Bravo has shot down suggestions his decision to retire from international cricket was influenced by his non-selection for the ongoing limited overs tour of India. The 35-year-old last week announced he was quitting international cricket, as he prepared for Trinidad and Tobago Red Force’s semi-final in the Regional Super50 at Kensington ...

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(CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago still mopping up after heavy rains that caused widespread flooding and damage in the south and central parts of the island, is preparing for the passage of yet another inter-tropical conversion zone (ITCZ) over the next two days. The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) in a bulletin Wednesday said […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – Police are investigating the sexual assault of an attorney by a night stalker. The victim reported that at 4.42 a.m. on Monday she was awakened by a man in her bedroom. The man was naked except for a piece of cloth covering his head. She said the man demanded money, and when ...

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Security personnel ushered patrons of the Blue Coral Mall in downtown Castries out of the building Wednesday morning after a fire alarm sounded. But the patrons were back minutes later after a search of the building found that there was nothing amiss. A spokesperson told St Lucia Times it appeared that the fire alarm had […]

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(CMC) – The Central Bank of Barbados (CBB) Wednesday said the island will experience negative growth of 0.25 to 0.75 per cent this year while output next year is forecast to be in the range of 0.5 to one per cent. In a review of the performance of the Barbados economy for the first nine ...

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