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By Matthew Thomas I was most appalled to read a news release captioned: St Vincent protests Venezuelan opposition ambassador at Organization of American States (OAS) meeting. (News 784, 24/04/2019). An excerpt from the article reads: “A Venezuelan opposition envoy addressed the Organization of American States from his country’s seat, Tuesday… Ambassadors from at least four […]

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Dear Sir: We celebrate the massive find of petroleum in Guyana and envisage that Guyana could become one of the wealthiest countries in the region based on the rents left by the international energy companies. However, I am on record as saying that Guyana should leave the petroleum in the ground and use its human […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, defended travel by government officials as he headed Friday to Trinidad and Tobago for an official visit. “It is funny how some criticize and say so much when a Government official travels not recognizing it is through such ventures that country to country friendships are formed. This in-turn benefits the island […]

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Dear Sir: The evidence is clear. The population is under severe stress and as a result, our ability to hear or listen is compromised. A few examples will be sufficient to make the point. Following a police-involved shooting in Laventille and the uproar which erupted, the commissioner of police issued orders to the effect that […]

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Dear Sir: If voting for a third party means that a new group of people will have access to community-based environmental protection and enhancement programme contracts and the “usual suspects” will be replaced with new faces on state boards, then voting for a third party may not be what is required for Trinidad and Tobago. […]

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ST JOHNS, Antigua – The Bajan TP52 Zingara (Conviction), chartered by Canadian Richard Reid, won the Peters and May Round Antigua Race in dramatic style. The team including Olympian and Volvo Ocean Race winner Richard Clarke, took Line Honours and the Peters and May Trophy for the overall win, after a tangle with the 100ft […]

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Jamaica Observer:- NEWLY elected Member of Parliament for Portland Eastern Ann-Marie Vaz says she will be donating her first month’s salary as a member of Parliament to start a tertiary fund in her constituency. Vaz, in reiterating that her interest in politics was not for the sake of employment but for the opportunity to help multiple […]

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BBC News:- When a school in Houston, Texas, announced that parents must also follow dress code guidelines, it ignited a larger debate about appropriate attire and standards for parents across the nation. Principal Carlotta Brown of James Madison High School announced the new dress code guidelines for parents and guests a day after the mother of […]

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