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[Press Release] The following statement is issued by Dr. Kenny D. Anthony, former Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and currently Parliamentary Representative for Vieux Fort South in response to the Press Release issued by Sandals Resort International on September 17, 2018. “On September 17, 2018, Sandals Resort International issued a Press statement on the …
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Trinidad Express:–  IT is now official. Anal intercourse between two consenting adults is no longer a criminal offence – at least for now. And those who wish to also engage in acts of serious indecency in private are free to do so without any legal consequences. The High Court in Port of Spain today modified sections […]

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[Press Release] On Thursday, September 20, 2018, about 5:20 a.m. officers responded to a shooting at Marchand, Castries. On arrival, the body of Hardy John was discovered at the Marchand Boulevard. Hardy John, a thirty nine (39) year old resident of Marchand, who allegedly sustained one gunshot wound about the head, was pronounced dead on …
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has expressed confidence that a planned opposition motion of no confidence against his administration will not succeed when it comes before parliament. Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) leader and leader of the parliamentary opposition, Philip J. Pierre announced recently that the motion will be tabled in the house. It will take […]

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(CARIBBEAN NEWS SERVICE) — Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalised as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago. Al-Rawi said that the case is a ...

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Sky News:–  A nurse who used voodoo rituals to intimidate, threaten and traffic five young women from Nigeria to Germany has had her sentence increased from 14 to 18 years. Josephine Iyamu was the first person to be prosecuted in the UK for arranging the travel for sexual exploitation of victims who had no connection to […]

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BBC:-  A woman shot dead three people and injured three more before turning a gun on herself in an attack at a warehouse complex in Maryland, US police say. The shooting happened on Thursday morning at a pharmacy distribution centre in Perryman, near Baltimore. The attacker, Snochia Moseley, 26, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The […]

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(SNO) — Hardy John, the Castries Constituency Council (CCC) security guard who was fatally shot while on the job in Marchand, Castries on Thursday (Sept. 20), was never a member of any gang, and he had a good relationship with everyone, including gangsters opposed to elements from his community. That’s according to his longtime friend ...

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