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Demand continues to outpace inventory in the Caribbean’s booming real estate market, as 2019 shapes up to be a banner year for realtors across the region. Property professionals gathered in Miami recently to discuss trends and issues affecting the Caribbean market, and the mood was optimistic with the industry showing very healthy growth across the board.

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This article appeared originally on and was written by Jennifer Emily Amber Guyger’s murder trial is set for September, a year after she shot Botham Jean to death in his Dallas apartment. But will the jury deciding the former police officer’s fate be seated in Dallas or some other Texas county? State District Judge Tammy ...

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Silent knight, holey knight: Will former prime minister Kenny Anthony finally do the right thing and help the government put up a useful defense against Jack Grynberg’s US$500 million breach of contract lawsuit?     Earlier this week one of the more persistent species of Pthirus pubis—look it up!—deposited in a particularly hirsute corner of […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) A post mortem examination on the body of a six-month-old baby girl who was found unresponsive at an El Socorro daycare centre on Thursday afternoon found that she died as a result of aspiration. According to,, “Aspiration pneumonia is a complication of pulmonary aspiration. Pulmonary aspiration is when you inhale food, stomach ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) While many across the country thirst for water during a scorching dry season, one man living in the South Oropouche lagoon has found a way to beat the system and sustain his family. Phagoo Dan, 61, is a simple man born to a poor family. After marriage, he took his bride to live ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — When aspiring actress Jordan Spencer decided to be a part of a 2017 HIV/AIDS public education campaign (PSA), she had no idea that she would be faced with backlash or that her appearance would put a damper on her relationship. Spencer, who is not a carrier of the virus, said that she ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) A “lock-down” of Trinidad and Tobago’s borders is the reason why there is no sign of activity at the Cedros port, says National Security Minister Stuart Young. However, the minister said the port remains “completely functional” and Immigration, Customs and Coastguard officials are all on duty. “What you may not be seeing is ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) Police have released photographs of the police officer who was shot in Carenage the night three people were killed, one a 14-year-old girl. “No one is discussing this” the TTPS said in a statement. This shows that someone used an illegal weapon and shot at a police officer. No one is discussing this. ...

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