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By Adrian Loveridge I frequently wonder if those who guide our tourism industry really understand the very basics that make it work at all. Arriving on schedule at 9.45 pm on the American Airlines flight last Monday, we dutifully filed off the plane and took our place in the queue for immigration. The flight was […]

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By Hudson George If we understand our Grenadian proverbs handed down to us by our ancestors who were mainly Africans, we will not ask Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell to redraw the hasty, generalised statement he made in a town hall meeting in New York, about how employees at the general hospital are stealing commodities […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet has expressed condolences on behalf of the Government and People of Saint Lucia, to the Republic of China (Taiwan) following a deadly train crash on Sunday in north-east Taiwan. According to reports, at least 18 people have been killed and 187 injured after a passenger train ...

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Dear Sir: Despite the intense interest in the alleged increase in crime in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) in recent years, comprehensive local records are out of date or incomplete. Notwithstanding the unwillingness of the current regime to share information about this important topic with the citizenry in a timely fashion, except for murder […]

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Dear Sir: To say that this Rowley-led government is incompetent, out of touch and callous in the aftermath of the current flooding crisis is putting it mildly. The minister of national security/communications once again showed that he is completely out of depth by saying that the government took the decision that there would be “no […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) – An elderly man will have to compensate a young woman in the sum of $80,000 after he used a hammer to beat her all over her body causing serious injuries. Williams Cameka pleaded guilty to a charge of assault occasioning bodily harm when the matter was called up yesterday in the Kingston ...

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(SKY NEWS) – Staff at a hot dog diner in North Carolina have some extra cash to play with this month thanks to a $10,000 (£7,645) tip from a generous YouTube star. The Good Samaritan by the name of MrBeast – who has almost nine million subscribers – left the neatly stacked pile of dollar ...

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The Gleaner- Heavy and persistent rainfall that caused severe flooding across the country led to the abandonment of two Group A matches in the Regional Super50 here yesterday. The flooding left several parts of the two-island republic inaccessible, and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley described the situation as “a national disaster” during a tour of …
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Trinidad Express:–  The Consumer Affairs Division (CAD) of the Ministry of Trade and Industry is urging consumers to be vigilant when shopping following recent floods. As the Division continues to secure and safeguard consumers, staff will continue to monitor the price of food items and support consumers who are exercising their rights to access safe, merchantable […]

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(SKY NEWS) – A man in India has died after a group of monkeys threw bricks at him from a tree. Dharampal Singh, 72, had been collecting pieces of dry wood before the incident in Tikri, Uttar Pradesh, on Thursday. Police said monkeys rained bricks on the man from a treetop after collecting them from ...

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