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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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GIS:–  The Ministry of Agriculture will soon begin the process for the National Farmer Registration Programme. The programme will entitle farmers to agricultural training and incentives, but farmers first need to apply and undergo an approval process, said Alicia Daniel-George, the acting Director of Agricultural Services. “We’re starting the registration process with Regions One and Two, […]

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GIS:-  Saint Lucia’s economic trajectory has been positively assessed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in its published World Economic Outlook October 2018. The document takes into account the global factors that affect a country’s performance. A 3.4 percent growth is projected for Saint Lucia in 2018, and 3.6 percent for 2019. Minister in the Ministry […]

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USA Today:-  The text alert from United Airlines sounded ominous. “Your 2:13 p.m. United flight to Chattanooga is delayed because of unforeseen circumstances,” it said. “This is an unusual situation and we’re working hard to solve it. We value your time and we’re sorry for the inconvenience.” Unusual was putting it mildly. And the “situation” wasn’t news […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – Dozens of revelers plummeted through this floor when it collapsed during a Clemson University frat party early Sunday, leaving about 30 people injured. Horrifying video showed dancers jumping up and down to a song at around 12:30 a.m. before they crashed through the floor and into the basement of the clubhouse, ...

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(AP) – Several powerful earthquakes have been reported near Vancouver Island, Canada, including a magnitude 6.8. The U.S. Geological Survey says several powerful quakes were reported Sunday evening. The depth of the largest is about 6 miles and it struck about 149 miles west of Tofino, Canada. Geophysicist Amy Vaughan says the three larger quakes ...

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(NEW YORK POST) – A ball-busting female boss at a Brooklyn precinct is under investigation for allegedly stuffing a pair of her panties into a male colleague’s mouth, police sources told The Post on Monday. Sgt. Ann Marie Guerra, the second-in-command at the 72nd Precinct Detectives Squad, flipped out on Detective Victor Falcon when he ...

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