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By Drexwell Seymour Should the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) government continue to invest in the expansion of classrooms for primary education or should the government expand the subsidy program for its citizens only? Introduction This article is to address two main issues, the Long Bay Primary School and whether or not government should expand […]

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By Tiberiu Dianu On October 21, 2018, a tropical depression developed to the east of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, as ocean sea-surface heat content increased. Shortly after strengthening, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC), located in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, assigned the system the identifier 31W and the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) named the […]

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By Melissa Martin, PhD America, Canada, Europe, and all countries on the planet with a printing press (and the Internet) are able to connect to share words, ideas, and daily happenings. People read newspapers around the globe because humanity bears the burden of tragedies and triumphs; goodness and evil; life and death. We relate to […]

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Dear Sir: Camille Robinson-Regis, minister of planning and development, Arouca/Maloney MP and leader of government business in the House of Representatives, has been deliberately attempting to mislead the population with her brand of “alternative facts” with regards to the Greenvale Development Programme. Robinson-Regis’s fabrications were intentionally used for the purpose of political deception, misrepresentation and […]

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Dear Sir: President Trump, our Sissy President, flew across the Atlantic Ocean to France to participate in ceremonies honoring the military personnel who fought and died in WWI, but he couldn’t attend the ceremonies at the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery due to light rain. The cemetery has 2,288 graves, including many Americans who fought in the […]

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(SNO) — The driver of a car reportedly fled the scene on Sunday after it jumped a gutter and damaged other vehicles. The incident took place near the Gablewoods Mall. Reports are that the Honda, registration number PD 4367, after jumping the gutter, hit a metal railing and slammed into several vehicles before coming to ...

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Justice Minister Hermangild Francis has expressed disappointment with the outcomes of separate referendums in Antigua and Barbuda recently, in which persons rejected the idea that the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) would become their final appellate court. Francis, who is also responsible for Home Affairs and National Security said he was very surprised at the […]

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(SNO) — Social media giant, Facebook, is blaming a routine test for an outage that affected many of its users on Monday. Several subscribers took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to complain that they could not log into their account. Those who tried to log in got an error message reading, “Sorry, something went wrong. ...

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(SNO) — A law enforcement source has stated that police are aware of reports of domestic disturbances or heated arguments involving Kimberly Williams-De Leon and her husband, but not reports of violence that media houses have been reporting. Williams-De Leon, a 42-year-old government employee and mother of two, was gunned down at her residence on ...

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The Acting Executive Director of Victoria Hospital, Brenda Calixte, has said that patient and staff safety was not compromised when a ceiling at the medical facility collapsed on Saturday. In a statement to the media, Calixte explained that during Saturday’s inclement weather the ceiling of the staff base station on the Maternity Ward came down. […]

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