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(NEWSDAY) — Quoting calypsonian Mighty Sparrow’s lyrics, “Age is Just a Number,” Curtis Thomas, 84, of Dow Village in South Oropouche on Sunday collected his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication from COSTAATT’s Ken Gordon School of Journalism and Mass Communication. “I feel great, having achieved one of my milestones,” Thomas told reporters at ...

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(SNO) — St. Lucia’s Ambassador to the United States Anton Edmunds has announced that Saint Lucians can now submit applications for visas at the Canadian High Commission in Barbados, in addition to Trinidad and Tobago. In a media release on Sunday, Nov. 4, Edmunds, who also serves as non-resident High Commissioner to Canada, said: “This is ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Donald Trump and Barack Obama have given rousing speeches as the US enters the last day of campaigning before Americans cast their votes in the midterm elections on Tuesday. Speaking at a rally in Macon, Georgia, the president ramped up his hard-line rhetoric on immigration as he issued warnings about the caravan ...

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(SNO) — A 23-year-old Leslie Land, Castries resident is scheduled to appear in court later this month after he was charged for being armed with a machete, according to reliable sources. Raheem Louis was arrested by a City Police officer on Sunday, Nov. 4, around 1:30 p.m. at Constitution Park in Castries, after the cop ...

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Canada has announced that Nationals of Saint Lucia can now submit biometric data for visas at the Canadian High Commission in Barbados, in addition to Trinidad and Tobago, the Embassy of Saint Lucia to the United States of America has disclosed. An embassy release quoted Ambassador Anton Edmunds as saying that the additional location for […]

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Trinidad Newsday:–  LEAVE Island Any Time, Look Immediately for Alternative Transport, Luggage In Another Terminal, Last In Airport Terminal and Look Immediately for Alternative Transport are some of the popular phrases used jokingly by many Trinis whenever reference is made to Caribbean airline Liat. Acknowledging that the company has had some issues in the past, its […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  Trinida­di­an pas­sen­gers who were on board Caribbean Air­lines’ flight BW601 have ex­pressed dis­ap­point­ment at the air­line’s lack of com­mu­ni­ca­tion about why the flight had to re­turn to the Pear­son In­ter­na­tion­al Air­port (YYZ) on Fri­day morn­ing, one hour af­ter take-off from Cana­da des­tined for the Pi­ar­co In­ter­na­tion­al Air­port. The pas­sen­gers fi­nal­ly re­turned home around 9.55 […]

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(SNO) — Commissioner of Police Severin Moncherry has said he is confident in the abilities of the officers investigating last week’s shooting death of the wife of a senior police officer attached to the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Kimberly De Leon, 42, a government employee and mother of two children, sustained multiple gunshot wounds ...

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com CASTRIES, St Lucia — On Monday evening, October 29, Kimberly Williams-De Leon, 42, a mother of two children aged nine and five, and employed as an accountant at the ministry of education in Saint Lucia, was found dead in her home after neighbours heard “at least […]

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GENEVA, Switzerland — The United Nations Migration Agency, IOM, is providing support and assistance to migrants on caravans crossing Central America, while expressing concern over “the stress and demands” they are placing on host countries. In the Siglo XXI Migratory Station of Tapachula, Mexico, IOM and the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs are supplying food […]

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