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Jamaica Observer:- MORE people are dying from colorectal cancer (CRC) in Jamaica. In fact, the country is also seeing an increase in the number of colorectal cancer diagnoses. The disclosure was made by Professor Joseph Plummer, who heads the Department of Surgery, Radiology, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at The University of the West Indies in […]

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Jamaica Gleaner:– Prime ministers within the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have been sounding off over the decision of a select few Caribbean leaders to meet with United States (US) President Donald Trump last Friday in Florida to discuss the deepening political crisis in Venezuela and energy security. Trump met with leaders from The Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, […]

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Press Release:-  Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia Inc is concerned that women are killed and years later there is no conclusion to investigations into their deaths, their children, family, friends and community continue to mourn their violent deaths without justice. We are calling on Senator Hermangild Francis, Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security, […]

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Press Release:- Frozen pork importers and distributing agents have employed a pricing structure designed to force local pig farmers out of the market. The Cooperative Choice Group is calling on the relevant authorities to investigate the legality, ethics and fairness of applying wholesale pricing on imported frozen pork products vis-à-vis the pricing of locally produced pork. […]

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USA Today:–  It was supposed to be a cruise vacation of their dreams, a trip to see the magical Northern Lights off Norway. Instead, it sailed into a cruise nightmare. Dead engines. Stranded in frigid, rough seas, beset by a howling storm. In peril of foundering on offshore rocks. Forced to evacuate hundreds of terrified […]

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CNN:- US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Monday and called on Russia “to cease its unconstructive behavior” in Venezuela, State Department spokesman Robert Palladino said in a statement. The United States “will not stand idly by as Russia exacerbates tensions in Venezuela,” the statement said. “The continued […]

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Here is today’s question: DID PRIME MINISTER ALLEN CHASTANET DO THE RIGHT THING IN ACCEPTING PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP’S INVITATION? Voting is easy! Just log on to HTSSTLUCIA.ORG or Facebook at HTS ST. LUCIA OFFICIAL and vote! You can also send your response via text or Whatsapp to 720-4022. For FLOW handset owners, here’s a reminder …
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Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church in Saint Lucia, Seth Ampadu, believes that this country is not ready for the legalisation of marijuana. “We are looking at the financial aspect of it – the income that it will bring into the country and some people who are pushing for it are thinking of the religious […]

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