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(PRESS RELEASE) – As adrenalines draw nearer to the close of 2018 drag racing and motorsport activities, Timeline Events, AAMA, & Lucian Streets undertook its 2017-2018 Drag Racing Season Finale on Saturday October 13, 2018. About 100 guests participated in the first culminated Motorsports presentation of awards, plaques, medals and prizes for the year December ...

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Heriberto Hernandez repatriated 12 Dominican Republic migrants and returned two Haitians to Dominican authorities on Sunday evening, following the interdiction of a migrant vessel on Thursday in waters just off Mona Island, Puerto Rico. The interdiction is the result of ongoing efforts […]

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By J. K. Roberts The ordinary people are being wooed to place confidence and contentment in the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), especially since its judges are said to be isolated from political interferences. However, a crucial point that must not escape from the minds and decisions of the people is that the politicians have […]

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[via The Guardian] A blacklist of 21 countries whose so-called “golden passport” schemes threaten international efforts to combat tax evasion has been published by the west’s leading economic thinktank. Three European countries – Malta, Monaco and Cyprus – are among those nations flagged as operating high-risk schemes that sell either residency or citizenship in a report …
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By Rev. Seth Ampadu We can minimize crime in our communities by avoiding greed and selfishness. As we all know, the causes of crime are very complex. So many reasons have been assigned for committing crime including anger, revenge, greed, jealously, selfishness, or pride. In our society today, it seems to me that greed and […]

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Dear Sir: “Today the Queen, who embodied colonialism, still commands our allegiance and the Privy Council remains our final court of arbitration. Britain no longer exercises the control it once did, but many of the symbols and structures remain, although bastardised” (Dr Adrian Fraser, Point of View, Searchlight Newspaper, September 26, 2018). *** “It is […]

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Dear Sir: It seems that yet again this government has failed to fully present all the relevant information on the Dragon gas deal in a transparent manner. During his budget presentation the minister of finance identified six game changers dedicated towards the economic turnaround of Trinidad and Tobago, the first and major one being the […]

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NEW YORK, United States (AP) — Health officials are reporting a jump in cases of a rare paralysing illness in children, and say it seems to be following an every-other-year pattern. At least 62 confirmed cases have been reported in 22 states this year, and an additional 65 illnesses in those states are being investigated. […]

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BBC:-  Usain Bolt has questioned why he has received a notice for a drugs test from Australia’s anti-doping authority (Asada), saying he is not yet a professional footballer. The eight-time Olympic sprint champion has been on trial with Central Coast Mariners and scored twice on his first start in a friendly on Friday. Bolt says he has been told […]

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(PAHO / WHO) — Ministers from across the Caribbean region met today in St George’s, Grenada to ensure that those living in Small Island Developing States (SIDS), who are on the front line of increasing health impacts of climate change, are prepared and protected. The III Global Conference on Health and Climate: Special Focus on ...

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