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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Fe­male Spe­cial Re­serve Po­lice (SRP) of­fi­cer, Sharon Roop, 39, yes­ter­day won the right to wear her hi­jab while in uni­form. The High Court yes­ter­day struck down a rul­ing that barred fe­male Mus­lim po­lice of­fi­cers from wear­ing hi­jabs while on du­ty. Roop, in a tele­phone in­ter­view short­ly af­ter the vic­to­ry, said she could ...

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The Sacrifices Of Those Who Volunteered For Service In The Two World Wars Were Remembered On Friday With A Special Ceremony In The Town Of Vieux Fort. Remembrance Day Is Officially Observed On The 11th Day, Of The 11th Month Of Each Year. Friday’s Ceremony In Vieux Fort Was Held Ahead Of The Grand Observance …
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The Partial Findings Of The Review Of The Operations Of The Castries Constituencies Council Have Been Leaked. The Review Appears To Call For More Stringent Management Of The Affairs To The Council. The Review Which Was Requested By The Then Minister With Responsibility For Local Government Senator Fortuna Belrose, Does Not Paint A Flattering Picture …
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We Begin Tonight With Another Road Fatality This Time In The Community Of Anse La Raye On Thursday.Four French Nationals Visiting St. Lucia From The United States For A Wedding, Encountered Tragedy While Navigating The Road That Leads To The Ti Kaye Resort In Anse La Raye. Three Of The Surviving Victims Are Being Cared …
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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — At a press conference last week, leader of the opposition, Dr Denzil Douglas, said that, during a recent visit to the Middle East, he discovered that citizenship agents were advertising that St Kitts and Nevis economic citizenship can now be obtained for as little as US$37,500. […]

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana (DPI) — Fly Jamaica flight OJ256, which departed the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) in Guyana for Toronto, Canada, at 2:10 on Friday morning, declared an emergency landing 43 minutes into the flight. The flight, which was estimated to arrive at its designation at 6:55 am, immediately requested permission to return to the […]

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LUCKNOW, India (CMC) — Afghanistan’s cricket coach Phil Simmons has criticised the West Indies’ selectors for some of their decisions following the side’s 71-run loss to India in the second Twenty20 International on Tuesday. Simmons, a former head coach of the regional side, said the team’s selectors seemed to not fully understand the format, as […]

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By LK Hewlett BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) — Former president of the Caribbean Court of Justice Sir Dennis Byron has weighed in on why two more Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries have rejected the CCJ. Antigua and Barbuda and Grenada both held referenda on Tuesday to decide if their countries would move to the CCJ as […]

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