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(PRESS RELEASE) – On Wednesday June 19, tickets will go on sale for the third annual Saint Lucia Roots & Soul. The festival slated for August 23 to 25, 2019 follows Carnival on the Saint Lucia Summer Festival’s calendar and forms part of the schedule of activities set to continue the celebration of the island’s ...

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(CNN) — A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck an island chain northeast of New Zealand on Wednesday afternoon, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said. The quake had a depth of 10 kilometers along Kermadec Islands. It struck the area at 3:02 p.m. (Philippine time). Phivolcs reported there is no tsunami threat to the ...

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Dear Sir: After two more oil tankers were attacked in the Middle East, Secretary of State Pompeo and President Donald Trump stated Iran was responsible for the attacks. This brings to six the number of oil tankers attacked by Iran. Iran is attempting to get the United States to lift its crippling economic sanctions which […]
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By Adrian Loveridge After trying to avoid the subject intentionally for many years, is it now the time to focus all our attention that any change in the proposed majority beneficial ownership in LIAT (1974) Ltd could bring? Following a whole pile of forays into competing with LIAT over the past couple of decades, which […]
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By Stephen Cooper An unnaturally tan woman with metallic blond hair and garish makeup has hit a bonus. Automated applause, bells, whistles, whoops, and all manner of artificial sounds ring out. Flashing in the acrid, recycled air, pixelated explosions of light refract off of the woman’s painted face, glistening and oily underneath all that goop. […]
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Dear Sir: Two loud cheers for the government of Trinidad and Tobago, thus far, for its handling, over the last year, of the crisis facing the Venezuelan nation and people. If the government now extends the registration period for undocumented Venezuelans in Trinidad and Tobago, it would surely deserve a resounding three cheers. The government’s […]
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Dear Sir: In the past year or so, Gene Dziadyk and I have separately made serious complaints about the professional work of KPMG in relation to two separate matters. In his case, his complaint has been lodged with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Trinidad and Tobago (ICATT). In my case, the complaint has been […]
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