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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Four school­boys from the Princes Town West Sec­ondary School have each been grant­ed $10,000 bail for al­leged­ly beat­ing one of their their school­mates. The Form Four stu­dents, ages 15 and 16 years old, ap­peared in The Chil­dren Court in Fyz­abad in con­nec­tion with the in­ci­dent last month which went vi­ral af­ter a ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Parliament has appointed a 12-member joint select committee (JSC) to review the 2014 Criminal Justice (Suppression of Criminal Organisations) Act, 2014, usually referred to as the anti-gang legislation. Minister of National Security Dr Horace Chang will chair the committee, which also includes from the House of Representatives Minister of Justice Delroy Chuck; ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Chief Executive Officer of the Firearm Licencing Authority (FLA) Shane Dalling has indicated that the agency will be making changes to the firearm licensing process for security companies. Answering questions at yesterday’s meeting of the Internal and External Affairs Committee of Parliament, Dalling explained that under the current regime gun licences are ...

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A Very Promising Athelete Of Part St. Lucian Parentage Is Set To Make His Mark On The International Sporting Stage. Jason Joseph Whose Father Is St. Lucian And Mother Is Swiss, Holds The National Record For Switzerland In The 110 Meter Hurdles And Is A European Champion In His Age Category. On Tuesday, Jason Joseph …
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While LUCELEC Officials Continue Investigations To Pin Down The Exact Cause Of The Rare, October 10 Island-Wide Power Outage The Company Along With The Civil Service Association [CSA] Both Denied An Ongoing Industrial Rift Is To Blame. In September, CSA General Secretary Claude Paul Warned Of Amped Up Industrial Action As The Year’s Long Impasse …
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St. Lucia Was On Caught Off guard On Wednesday Morning By A Nationwide Electrical Shutdown. Many Businesses Had Their Operations Brought To A Halt, As The Unannounced And Unexpected Power Cut Took Effect. The Electrical Shutdown Exposed The Lack Of Preparedness Of Some Major Operators In St. Lucia.
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Economic Activity In The Capital And Elsewhere Stuttered As Wednesday’s Power Cut Took Hold. The Disruption Had A Knock-On Effect Even On Enterprises That Do Not Directly Depend On Electrical Supply For Their Operations. The Unexpected Disruption Resulted In Loss Of Time And Revenue.
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By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Trinidad and Tobago prime minister, Dr Keith Rowley, has denied allegations that he has a bank account in Florida through which he benefitted financially from a massive fake oil fraud at the state-owned Petrotrin refinery as “spurious and wholly untrue”. Opposition member of parliament, Dr […]

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