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Sky News:– The Church of England has issued its first set of guidelines for followers who use social media. The digital charter is based on five key principles of truth, kindness, welcome, inspiration and togetherness, as well as issues such as the well-being of children and vulnerable adults online – and the spread of fake news. […]

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BBC:– A light aircraft has crashed into an airport hangar in Texas killing all 10 people on board. The plane, a twin-engine Beechcraft BE-350 King Air, crashed shortly after take-off at Addison Airport. It veered into the hangar before bursting into flames, a local fire department official said. Darci Neuzil, the airport’s deputy director, said it […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has praised the performance of Saint Lucia’s culinary team at the 2019 Taste of the Caribbean competition in Miami. “Extremely proud of our Culinary Team’s Outstanding performance,” Chstanet wrote on his official Facebook page. He noted that the team won Gold for Pork Shoulder Grande Champion, Best Pastry Chef of the […]

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Trinidad Guardian:- The com­mon-law wife of 69-year-old co­me­di­an and ac­tor Den­nis “Spran­galang” Hall is call­ing on the na­tion to pray for his speedy re­cov­ery and to bless the hands of the ten doc­tors at­tend­ing to the en­ter­tain­er. The 2019 Ca­lyp­so Queen, Natasha “Sexy Suzie” Nurse, told the Sun­day Guardian in a tele­phone in­ter­view, while at Hall’s […]

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It was a warm June evening outside the Alliance Française Pyramid last Friday as the excited crowd eagerly awaited the commencement of the first singing performance. Having already been dazzled by the dance display of the Bamboo Productions crew, members of the audience were on the edge of their seats. The occasion: Fête de la Musique Saint Lucia, 2019, an affair altogether different from the 2018 production. It was a competition last year, with three performers vying for prizes on offer. This year’s edition was non-competitive; it was more a music festival, with four participants taking the stage. Last year’s Fête was held indoors; this year performers and audience alike were able...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) – Five CARICOM States make-up a select list from the World Food Programme (WFP) to serve as a model for the Caribbean in disaster response coordination includes Belize, Dominica, Guyana, Saint Lucia and Jamaica. The announcement was made by Regis Chapman, Head of the WFP’s Barbados-based Emergency Preparedness and Response Programme Office […]
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NEW YORK, USA – Lawyers Without Borders Canada (LWBC), in collaboration with the Interuniversity Institute for Research and Development (INURED), recently made public a study on assistance to cholera victims in Haiti. The epidemic, which had devastating health, social and economic consequences in the country following the 2010 earthquake, has so far killed nearly 10,000 […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor  GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala — Subsequent to difficulties associated with the transmission of the results by computer systems, two weeks after presidential elections were held in Guatemala, the manual revision of the 105,000 physical records has begun. According to preliminary data from the presidential elections released by the Supreme Electoral Tribunal […]
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