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After a hotly contested campaign, when all the smoke cleared, Nyus Alfred and crew were victorious in this year’s National Youth Council elections, held during the Council’s general assembly last Saturday. And although we were served much of the same rhetoric of earlier NYC election candidates, the newly minted president, after thanking the young participants, promised to address the shortcomings of the Council over the years.

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Trinidad Express:– Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith is defending his officers against claims that they shot and killed two people in Santa Cruz on Friday night without cause. “These are the “imaginary bullets” that hit the police vehicle that was shot at in the police involved shooting in Santa Cruz” said Griffith is a statement […]

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Whenever the subject of archaeology comes up in popular culture, a couple of perceptions are common. Firstly, the secrets unearthed when a new discovery is made and the further understanding it brings about certain aspects of human history; secondly, the ‘Indiana Jones’-style world of danger and intrigue that can arise when people see ancient relics as items to plunder.

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Animble, curious mind may ponder the origin of new ideas: are they born and nourished in isolation of book learning or guidance from elsewhere? From whence spring fervent political dreamers? Is there an education threshold that leads to becoming a political fantasist, and another which moulds a political realist and worker, capable of solving problems? Should dreamers only dream or should they also work to increase national wealth?

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Sky News:- Jack Letts, also known as ‘Jihadi Jack’, has been stripped of his UK citizenship. The Home Office decision, first reported by the Mail On Sunday, has been verified by Sky sources. Letts, a Muslim convert, left his family home in Oxford in 2014 to allegedly fight with Islamic State in Syria. He was caught […]

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Hundreds of Saint Lucians are expected to benefit from the visit here next month of the United States Naval Hospital Ship Comfort. The hospital vessel will be here from September 23 to October 2, 2019. While here it will provide free humanitarian assistance, including surgical, dental and other services to the people of Saint Lucia. […]

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Trinidad Express:- A man and his female companion are dead following a shoot-out with police on Friday night. A bar patron and a police officer were also wounded in the shooting at the corner of La Canoa Road and Sun Valley Extension at around 9.30 pm. Police said officers of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT) […]

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