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By Claudius J. Francis In part one, I explained historical factors, briefly established the fundamentals that differentiate “not just leadership but good leadership” in addition to what our political leader Phillip J. Pierre personifies, but widely recognised that he “also believes in reaching out and widening the tent.” A good leader should be himself and […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts – St Kitts and Nevis’ prime minister Dr Timothy Harris has seemingly deferred with a High Court Order in the high-profile international stem cell case, on Friday, August 2, as per the order of His Lordship Justice Eddy Ventose. Prime minister Harris was ordered to provide leader […]
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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Nazma Muller, founder of the Caribbean Collective for Justice and a staunch advocate for the legalisation of marijuana in the region, has long maintained that it’s unconscionable that Trinidad and Tobago’s ministry of health has never exercised clauses to amendments made to the Dangerous Drugs Act in 2000, which allows for […]
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has declared on his official Facebook page that the Soufriere Town Square is not owned by any one individual. “It is not owned by any Government, it is not owned by any politician or political party, it is not owned by any district representative. It is owned by you the people […]

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Trinidad Express:- TWO senior police officers who faced charges of sexual misconduct at a police station were granted bail on Friday. Senior Superintendent Samuel Seepersad, 58, is charged with engaging in inappropriate sexual conduct that amounted to harassment while at the Chaguanas police station between March 31 and June 1, 2019. The charge was laid under […]

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Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability in Saint Lucia and around the world, affecting over 15 million people annually. It can leave people unable to walk or talk, and usually affects one side of the body, causing impaired movement and often paralysis. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or severely reduced, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients. Within minutes, brain cells begin to die.

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France 24:–  French inventor Franky Zapata on Sunday succeeded in crossing the English Channel in 20 minutes on a jet-powered hoverboard he designed. He was forced to abandon a previous bid after failing to land on a refuelling platform and falling into the sea. Escorted by three helicopters, Franky Zapata was seen waving to onlookers before […]

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