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If you are among the many STAR readers who’ve wondered why the opposition party did not put into effect its own plans for a much improved new Hewanorra International Airport when it was in a position to do so, and “at no cost to taxpayers”, Philip J. Pierre recently provided the answer. “

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Saint Lucia has for a long time been ranked as a country with one of the highest rates of alcohol consumption per capita. But the island has also been recognized for producing a plethora of fine rums and award-winning alcoholic beverages. The centripetal force for arguably the best-attended and longest event of the year—Saint Lucia […]

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KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – Prominent Caribbean academic, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, believes whoever wins today’s Cricket West Indies (CWI) presidential elections, faces the challenge of undertaking critical governance reform of the regional body, regaining the trust of stakeholders and implementing a visionary structure to move West Indies cricket from “awful to awesome”. In a statement […]

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Guyana Chronicle- PRESIDENT David Granger’s health is steadily improving. He has successfully completed the first phase of medical treatment for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and has returned to Guyana, Halim Majeed, Guyana’s Ambassador to Cuba said. According to the American Cancer Society, Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (also known as non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, NHL, or sometimes just lymphoma) is a cancer that […]

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Trinidad Newsday:–  With last Monday’s bombing by US-backed Syrian forces of the two remaining ISIS-controlled villages in which 200 men, women and children were reportedly killed, some families in TT fear their loved ones who migrated to Syria and Iraq might be among the dead. A family who spoke anonymously to Sunday Newsday yesterday, said, “I […]

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CMC:– Former legendary West Indies captain Sir Vivian Richards has endorsed Ricky Skerritt and his running mate Dr. Kishore Shallow in their bid to become Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) new president and vice-president respectively. Last month Skerritt announced his intention to challenge current CWI president Dave Cameron in the upcoming elections slated to be held in […]

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BBC News:- Theresa May could gain support for her Brexit deal if she promises to stand down as prime minister, senior Conservatives have told the BBC. MPs in the party have said they might reluctantly back the agreement if they know she will not be in charge of the next stage of negotiations with the EU. […]

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