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It’s often said about a citizen’s relationship with government, that ‘nothing in life is certain except death and taxes’. This saying political scientists point to regularly as not only offering a whimsical take on society’s operation but also a (sometimes) bitter truth about the inevitability of seeing good, hard-earned money spent easily and foolishly.

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Admirers of Nelson Mandela like to point to his advocacy of universal adult suffrage in his native South Africa and to his 27-year incarceration on Robben Island as worthy of praise. For my part, what sets Mandela apart is the establishment of the Truth Commission after he became President of South Africa.

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The HTS News4orce team has learnt of a fire in the Odsan area. Initials reports indicate that the devastating fire occurred at approximately 5:00 AM today,  Sunday April 7th. The fire engulfed and destroyed a wall structure located across from the Odsan Rubis Gas Station. The building is said to have housed Frank B Armstrong …
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The F.B Armstrong warehouse at Odsan went up in flames shortly after midnight Saturday, the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS)  has said. According to Deputy Fire Chief, George Victorin, Units from the Castries, Babonneau and Gros Islet fire stations responded with four trucks and two ambulances. Victorin told St Lucia Times that the building was […]

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CNN:– Competitive video game playing, also known as esports, is now a high school varsity sport in eight states. It began with Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island in the fall of 2018. A few months later, the National Federation of State High School Associations said Alabama, Mississippi and Texas Charter schools have joined […]

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Trinidad Express:– Five people were shot in Diego Martin and Morvant on Saturday night. Three have died. One is a young woman. In Diego Martin, 21-year-old Josanne Ragoonanan, and 38-year-old Peter Carrera, were killed. At about 10.15p.m. residents of Tomato Drive, Diego Martin, heard someone call out Carrera’s name, then gunshots. The couple was found on […]

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BBC News:– A suspected rhino poacher has been trampled on by an elephant then eaten by a pride of lions in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Accomplice poachers told the victim’s family that he had been killed by an elephant on Tuesday. Relatives notified the park ranger. A search party struggled to find the body but […]

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Jamaica Observer:– Toast, the smash hit by singer Koffee, has entered the UK Official Singles Chart at number 84. The new chart was released yesterday. At 19, Koffee is the youngest Jamaican artiste in 41 years to make the chart. Ferdy Unger-Hamilton, president of her label Columbia Records UK, is proud of Koffee’s achievements so far. […]

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