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The EC dollar remains strong  according to a Communique of the 93rd Meeting of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, held last week. The full communique is reproduced below: The Ninety-Third Meeting of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) was held at the ECCB Headquarters, Basseterre, St Kitts […]

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Former National Carnival Queen Miss HTS/Radio 100 Chancy Fontenelle has added another crown to her collection. Chancy has captured the coveted Miss Caribe 2019 – amassing a number of awards in the process.
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Barbados Today:-  Seventy-six-year-old Eric Fenty perished in a house fire, which destroyed his Kew Road, Bank Hall home around 11: 20 last night. According to police, a passer-by observed a small fire at the rear of the house and he tried to gain entry via a side door but failed. With the help of a second […]

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BBC News:-  Superstar fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died, aged 85, in Paris, French media have reported. The German designer, who was the creative director for Chanel and Fendi, was one of the industry’s most prolific figures in the industry, and worked up until his death. Lagerfeld also designed collections for his own brand. The designer […]

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(NEWS ROOM) — The Deaf Association of Guyana staged a picketing exercise in front of the Ministry of Public Security on Brickdam, Georgetown Monday morning, demanding that the Government repeal the law which prevents deaf persons from driving in Guyana. Deaf citizens believe it is a violation of their human rights. The Traffic Department of ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) –Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley says if he acts un­fair­ly against in­di­vid­u­als who have not been con­vict­ed of crim­i­nal ac­tiv­i­ty he will be in breach of his oath of of­fice. Speak­ing to re­porters in Moru­ga yes­ter­day, Row­ley said if such per­sons are en­gag­ing in crime the po­lice must take ac­tion. “At the end ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A 70-year-old re­tired weld­ing teacher ac­cused of sex crimes against a 12-year-old girl will on Tues­day know whether he will be grant­ed bail. Pe­ter Scott, of Mara­bel­la, was re­mand­ed in­to cus­tody on Mon­day for trac­ing af­ter ap­pear­ing in the San Fer­nan­do First Mag­is­trates Court on two charges. The charges read by Se­nior ...

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Feb 18, CMC – Veteran Chris Gayle says he is thrilled with the Test series win over England in the recent three-match series and hopes that success can it used as a motivation for the one-day rubber which bowls off here Wednesday. West Indies, entering the series as rank underdogs, trounced England in ...

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