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By LK Hewlett BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) — Former assistant comptroller of customs turned political activist Terry Adams has now accused members of the police force of using intimidation tactics against him since he went public recently with allegations of police brutality on his nephew. All of this, Adams told WINN FM, stems from his […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) — Organisers on Saturday launched one of the main initiatives associated with the hosting of the ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup, as the region prepares to host the historic stand-alone tournament next month. Several hundred people, including over 100 participants, turned out in the capital to mark the unveiling of the …
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — On Friday, Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley met with CCRIF CEO Isaac Anthony, deputy chairperson Desirée Cherebin and board member Faye Hardy at a short ceremony to mark the payout by CCRIF (formerly the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility) to the government of Barbados following the passage of Tropical Storm Kirk in […]

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By Joy Springer BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) — With a shortage of nurses worldwide, the government is doing all in its power to retain nurses within Barbados. Speaking at the opening of the 31st biennial conference of the Caribbean Nurses Organization on Saturday, minister of health and wellness, Lt. Col. Jeffrey Bostic, said that, while Barbados […]

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ROSEAU, Dominica — Range Developments – a local investment and hospitality company – is helping children across Dominica with their studies by providing them with essential school equipment such as pens, notebooks and bags. The initiative – known as the Range School Fund – will benefit 1,000 children from 30 primary and secondary schools across […]

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GUWAHATI, India (CMC) — Captain Jason Holder has praised his side’s improved batting effort, despite them suffering an eight-wicket drubbing in the opening One-Day International of the five-match series here Sunday. Sent in at Barsapara Cricket Stadium, West Indies marched to an impressive 322 for eight off their 50 overs — only the fourth time …
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By Tyrone Hodge Once upon a time being from Anguilla meant something. And while the word Anguilla is still synonymous with visions of pristine white sandy beaches and azure blue seas, Anguilla, thanks to a series of incompetent governments, is now synonymous with prostitution, illegal gambling and human trafficking, yes, you heard me correctly, prostitution, […]

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Dear Sir: In the Trinidad and Tobago Senate debate on the 2018-19 Budget, the minister of public utilities, Robert Le Hunte, made the comment that, had the last government, the Peoples’ Partnership (PP) government, not cancelled the construction of the aluminium smelter (maybe even three!), to date we would have earned some $17 billion. He […]

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A suspected severe case of mold infestation at the Babonneau Secondary School forced the suspension of classes at the learning institution Tuesday, well informed sources have confirmed. According to information obtained by St Lucia Times, students and teachers have been falling sick with doctors asserting that the illnesses must be linked to the school environment. The […]

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