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Sky News:–  Police in Dubai have begun training on hoverbikes in the hope that they can help first responder units reach areas that would otherwise be difficult to reach. The futuristic vehicles are intended to be in action by 2020 and are the latest extravagant expense by a force which already boasts a Ferrari and a Lamborghini among […]

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Barbados Today:–  Almost a dozen inmates who are currently on death row at Dodds prison will have to be resentenced once the Offences Against the Person Bill 2018 is amended. That is the word from Leader of Government Business in the Senate, Senator Dr Jerome Walcott, as he spoke today during debate on the amendment which seeks to […]

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A team from the Stony Brook University is assisting in the training and support of emergency physicians around the island to strengthen their ability to provide care to pregnant and trauma patients using the service of bedside ultrasound, the Ministry of Health has disclosed. The Communications Unit of the Ministry has quoted Professor at the […]

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Trinidad Express:–  Officers of the newly formed Emergency Response Patrol Unit (ERU) have shot and killed a man. Dead is Matthew Samaroo of Persad Street, St Lucien Road, Diego Martin. Officers of the Western Division, as well as the ERU, received information of a series of robberies in the district. The officers went to an area […]

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Press Release:–  Officials within the Ministry of Health and Wellness met recently at a workshop to develop guidelines for the introduction of nutritional standards for school meals. Participants were granted the opportunity to share ideas about ways to ensure that students are provided with healthy and balanced meals on a daily basis. Chief Nutritionist, Lisa Hunt-Mitchell, […]

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BBC:-  A “playful” street artist has been putting his own stamp on road signs in Edinburgh city centre. The altered signs – including images of flowers and wine glasses – have been seen in South St David Street, Thistle Street and Union Street. The signs were hacked by Italian artist Clet Abraham, whose work sells for […]

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