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Veteran Educator, Virginia Albert-Poyotte, has reacted in disgust to reports of the circulation of a video on social media, featuring a secondary school female in uniform engaging in sex acts. The existence of the video has been confirmed by both law enforcement and education sources. They told St Lucia Times that the child attends a […]

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Bangladesh defeated West Indies by five wickets in the first one-day international in Dhaka on Sunday,AFP has reported. Mushfiqur Rahim top scored with an unbeaten 55. Set a modest target after three wickets each from Mashrafe Mortaza and Mustafizur Rahman helped Bangladesh restrict West Indies to 195-9, the hosts sailed to 196-5 in 35.1 overs […]

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The hunt to find missing teenager, Nickia St Cair of Babonneau, took Babonneau police on a house to house search in the community Sunday, seeking information about her whereabouts, residents have disclosed. The police appeared to have been acting on information they received about Nickia’s whereabouts, the residents told St Lucia Times. The 15 year old […]

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A US teacher is facing criminal charges after footage showed her forcibly cutting a student’s hair during class while singing the national anthem, the BBC has reported. According to the BBC, Margaret Gieszinger, 52, has also lost her job at University Preparatory High School in Visalia, California. Prosecutors say she has pleaded not guilty to […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor ROSEAU, Dominica – Thirty-eight families from the Petite Savanne community in Dominica on Friday received the keys to brand new homes in the Bellevue Chopin housing development compliments of the government and financed by the island’s citizenship by investment (CBI) programme. Over 800 residents were evacuated from Petite Savanne after […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Copa Airlines, which commenced twice weekly service to Guyana in 2015, and expanded that to four flights a week a year ago, on Thursday announced an additional flight to Guyana on Fridays, bringing the total number of flights to five per week. Also on Thursday, […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) sub-regional headquarters for the Caribbean has taken steps recently to advance its debt for climate adaptation swap initiative. A mission led by deputy director, Dr Dillon Alleyne, met with senior government officials and policy makers in Antigua and Barbuda and […]

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VIEUX FORT, St Lucia — With the launch of the Government Island-wide Network (GiNet) with assistance from Taiwan on December 5, 2018, over 16,000 people in Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia, can now enjoy instant Wi-Fi service. It raises the internet penetration rate of the largest community in the south of Saint Lucia from 30 percent […]

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — US Customs and Border Protection Officers last Monday seized 212 pounds (96 kilos) of cocaine found inside an inbound container from the Dominican Republic. The estimated value of the seized narcotics is $2.4 million. CBP officers inspected several containers using non-intrusive inspection at the Pan-American Dock West, arriving from the […]

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By Derrick Scott WASHINGTON, USA — “The Diaspora is uniquely poised to play a dual role of supporting education while helping the growth of our tourism” was the message education minister Senator Ruel Reid pitched in New York to members of the Diaspora, calling for their support to use their vast influence to encourage universities […]

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