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The Laborie steel band has incorporated its youngest set of players in order to develop the art of steel pan playing in the community. The 12-year-old Laborie steel band is a key part of social life in the community. The Laborie steel band is seeking to keep it that way by introducing children of the …
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Climate change resilience advocate Dr. James Fletcher is calling on the credit union movement to step up to the plate on the issue of climate change resilience. Dr. Fletcher who has developed a reputation in the region for his expertise on climate change, says the language of climate change may have to be changed to …
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BBC News:– The mayor of the US city of Phoenix has apologised after a video allegedly showing police threatening to shoot a black family went viral. Officers were responding to an alleged shoplifting incident last month when the video was recorded. Police officers can be seen shouting at the family to get out of their vehicle […]

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Press Release:- The Department of Fisheries in commemoration of Caribbean Fisherfolk Day, commonly referred to as Fishermen’s Feast, will be hosting a Fisher’s Clinic, under the theme “Gender Equity and Ocean Health Supporting Access to Markets for Small Scale Fishers”.   The event is hosted in collaboration with the Castries Fisher’s Cooperative, A1 Island Marine […]

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(FOX NEWS) — The Vatican is considering ordaining married men in the Amazon region to help counter a shortage of priests in a part of the world where some estimates say there are only one for every 10,000 Catholics. The proposal intended for remote areas of the Amazon in South America emerged Monday in a ...

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BBC Sport- Shakib Al Hasan’s sublime unbeaten 124 helped Bangladesh pull off the second highest chase in World Cup history with a dominant seven-wicket win over West Indies at Taunton. Set 322 for victory, the Tigers made a rapid start but lost two quick wickets to leave the game evenly poised at 133-3 off 19 overs. …
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TAUNTON, England – West Indies captain Jason Holder spoke to members of the media after their fifth match of the ICC Cricket World Cup against Bangladesh at the Somerset County Ground in Taunton. After being asked to bat first, West Indies posted 321-8 off their 50 overs – their highest score of the tournament so ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Murdered Venezuelan mother, Evelyn Francisca Mata Rojas, was cremated following a simple funeral service at Guide’s Funeral Home last Friday. Her ashes will be returned to her homeland. Rojas’ three children, ages 12, nine and seven, were comforted by their father and other relatives who travelled to Trinidad for the funeral. About ...

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