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BBC:-GPs with patients who have a persistent sore throat, combined with shortness of breath, trouble swallowing or earache, should consider cancer as the cause, according to new research. Currently, it is recommended patients with persistent hoarseness or an unexplained neck lump are investigated for throat or laryngeal cancer. However, Cancer Research UK’s Weilin Wu said […]

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Press Release:–  On Monday, 28 January 2019 a delegation of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), comprising Dr the Hon. Timothy Harris, Chairman of CARICOM, the Hon. Mia Mottley and Dr. the Hon. Keith Rowley, Prime Ministers of St. Kitts and Nevis, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago, respectively, and the Hon. Peter David,  Foreign Minister of Grenada, […]

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Trinidad Express:–  Thank you, Daryl. Those were the words mother of two, Alesha Garcia, would say to her husband if she could see him one last time. Daryl Garcia, 43, drowned at a beach in Guayaguayare while saving his eight-year-old son last week Thursday. The drowning was witnessed by the couple’s two children. Garcia, also 43, […]

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CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — A week of protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has left 35 people dead and 850 detained, non-governmental organisations said on Monday. “We have the corroborated figure, with first name, surname, place and presumed guilty parties, of 35 people murdered in the context of the protests” since Monday last week, said Rafael Uzcategui, […]

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Sky News:–  Young people in China are venting their frustration in an anger room, which allows them to smash up wine bottles and mannequins to release tension. Smash, in Beijing, is equipped with bats and hammers – and punters can take out their rage on old broken appliances like televisions, clocks, and telephones. The anger room […]

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The Small Business Development Center (SBDC)  has unveiled a financial management board game to make managing businesses easier, the Consumer Affairs Division has announced. According to the division, micro and small businesses are now being introduced to a simulation exercise in the form of the game dubbed  ‘The Mirco Business Game‘. The Acting Director of […]

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Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church, Seth Ampadu, has disclosed that crime is scaring people away from attending evening church service. “Because of the crime issue the church seems to (be) losing members, especially in the evening worship,” he lamented. “People don’t want to come out, because they are afraid,” Ampadu told reporters Monday. The […]

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Magnetic Media:-  On Friday Beaches confirmed a letter that was in circulation which showed three proposed dates for closure of its operation here in TCI, with the final closure in 2021 stated as indefinite. A hand delivered copy was delivered some weeks ago. My Ministry has been addressing a long outstanding issue with Beaches and my […]

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Press Release:–  The Sandals guest is no ordinary guest, and Neil and Sheila Stephen are two shining examples of guests who go above and beyond the call of duty. These are repeat guests to Saint Lucia, who consider Sandals Grande Saint Lucian Spa & Beach Resort to be their home now. “In the very early days,” […]

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Castries South MP, Ernest Hilaire  has declared that Saint Labour Party (SLP) leader, Philip J. Pierre should be the best person to lead this country right now. Hilaire made the comments in an interview with Radio Caribbean International (RCI) on Friday. But when asked  during the interview who among the current ruling United Workers Party […]

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