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(NEW YORK POST) — A British woman says she has several love interests, but none of them can hold a candle to Lumiere — a 91-year-old chandelier she plans to marry, according to a report. Amanda Liberty, 35, who changed her last name from Whittaker during a prior long-distance relationship with the Statue of Liberty, ...

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ST GEORGE’S, Grenada (CMC) — Digicel, the telecommunications service provider, which has an arrangement with the Government of Grenada to service all of its telecommunications needs, yesterday announced plans for an internal investigation into how the bill of a former public official came into the possession of a radio talk show host. “We are aware […]

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(AFP) — A breakthrough technique harnessing two methods to target disease-carrying mosquitoes was able to effectively eradicate buzzing biters in two test sites in China, according to research published yesterday. The mosquitoes targeted are a type that is particularly difficult to control called Aedes albopictus — more popularly known as the Asian tiger mosquito — ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Director of Public Prosecutions, Paula LLewellyn, says that Jamaicans need to get rid of the pervasive “informer fi dead” culture. She made the comment this afternoon at the first comprehensive conference for witness care in Jamaica, being held at the Law Faculty of the University of the West Indies, Mona. “In Jamaica ...

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(CMC) — Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar Wednesday welcomed the decision by the police to end the investigations into the so-called “e-mailgate” scandal that sought to link her and several other senior members of her then People’s Partnership government to a sinister plot to undermine the judiciary, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Caribbean Cement Company plans to spend US$9 million ($1.2 billion) on capital projects this year, one of which involves converting old tyres from waste to energy at its kiln. The cement company has 35 projects planned for this financial year. The tyre project was pitched by outgoing General Manager Peter Donkersloot Ponce ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Surrogacy has become a big moneymaking business all across the world, raking in millions for some countries, and Jamaica is not to be left out. Hundreds of Jamaican women are now tapping into the ‘rent a womb industry’, advertising their availability on a number of surrogacy websites. A surrogate is a woman ...

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The Saint Lucia Basketball Federation (SLBF), with non-profit organisation the Learning Academy of Basketball (LAB), successfully hosted its inaugural Youth Basketball Camp recently at the Beausejour Indoor Facility. The camp, which attracted boys and girls from as young as four years old to eighteen, targeted core values (teamwork, sacrifice, communication, leadership and hard work) coupled with a special discussion that focused on health and socio-economic issues which, according to Coach Greg Griffith, are applicable to all aspects of life.

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(AFP) — Americans braced for a second — and equally scorching — day of dangerously hot weather Sunday, with daytime temperatures forecast to approach 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius) across a number of major US cities. An oppressive heat wave stretching from the Midwestern plains to the Atlantic coast had nearly 150 million people ...

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(AP) — Arizona authorities say a driver escaped injury when his car’s windshield was pierced by the trunk of a saguaro cactus during a wreck recently on the outskirts of Tucson. Pima County Deputy Sheriff Daniel Jelineo said the black sports car struck the cactus while crossing a median. The broken-off cactus ended up partially ...

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