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Newsday:-  COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith has announced a new unit– an emergency response unit– will be established soon to provide additional safety for the nation’s schools. Griffith made the comments at a news conference today after meeting with Education Minister Anthony Garcia and other officials at education towers in Port of Spain. The unit will […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Three of Export Saint Lucia (TEPA)’s clients, namely Meme Bete, Designs by Nadia and Belle Lici Designs, participated in the Mode Accessories Fall show held at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto Airport & Conference Centre, Toronto, Canada during the period August 12th – 14th, 2018. The event was a nonprofit trade association initiative […]

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Trinidad Express:- Tyrone McLetchie, 40, of Carnbee, Tobago died on after an encounter with a snake. The bizarre incident happened at around 1.40 a.m. McLetchie, a systems administrator at the Division of Infrastructure of the Tobago House of Assembly, together with two friends, Dorion Baird, his next door neighbour, and co-worker Kareem Alfred, was liming and […]

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Press release- The Shamrock Sports Club is pleased to announce it’s fifth edition of Shamfest. This premier club netball tournament is scheduled to commence on Saturday October 6th,2018 at the Vigie Multi Purpose Sports Complex with a brief opening ceremony followed by games in the Under 15 and Under 19 categories.  All games will be …
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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) — Bail was denied moments ago for the Scotland Yard policeman accused of raping a 19 year old woman in Antigua three years ago. The cop, who was recently extradited, made his first court appearance before Magistrate Ngaio Emanuel in the All Saints Magistrate Court this morning. It is alleged that he raped ...

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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) — Adrian Shand, is according to the police, the man who was shot dead in Yorks this morning. At the time of the incident, he was in bed with his girlfriend at her Yorks home. Police say the woman, Ashley James was also shot. They were rushed to Mount St. John’s Medical Centre ...

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Jamaica Observer:–  TRELAWNY, Jamaica — The Falmouth police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a St Catherine woman who was beaten by a man in Falmouth, Trelawny on Monday. She has been identified as 31-year-old London Edwards unemployed of Dela-Vaga City, Spanish Town in St Catherine. Reports are that Edwards had a dispute with […]

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CMC:-  The Dominica Police Welfare Association (PWA) Tuesday condemned threats being made to police officers and their families by members of the public on various social media platforms. PWA chairman, Jefferson Drigo, told a news conference that the police have taken the threats seriously and that his organisation has held talks with the hierarchy of […]

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A small group of placard bearing protesters gathered Wednesday outside the Owen King EU Hospital (OKUEH), to demonstrate against the government’s health care policies. One of the protesters, Catherine Sealys, told St Lucia Times that they were demonstrating because the European Court of Auditors has dispatched a team here to ascertain the value of the hospital. […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Jamaica has been granted permission to export mangoes to the United States, Agriculture Minister Audley Shaw said here on Monday. He said the fruit will have to be prepared under a process commonly referred to as irradiation, which is a food safety measure designed to eliminate disease-carrying bacteria. Shaw spoke to the ...

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