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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AB) — Superstar footballer Lionel Messi is among the three newest names to be added to the Dubai Stars attraction, which is due to open in October. The 32 year-old Argentinian was announced alongside Saudi Arabian singer Abdul Majeed Abdullah and Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni, it was announced on The Dubai […]
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NEW YORK, USA – The National Basketball Association (NBA) is proposing a coach’s challenge rule for use in the 2019-20 regular season, part of a pilot program, if adopted, would require support from two-thirds of the league’s teams in a formal vote of the board of governors. The league will submit it to a vote […]
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A family dispute at Chassin, Babonneau, resulted in one man being chopped with a sharp object Saturday. “It was an incident involving family members – one got chopped; gas was thrown; persons clothes were removed; punches thrown,” a resident of the area  told St Lucia Times. According to reports, the family dispute was over land. […]

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It was a weekend full of intense swimming as six teams came out to participate in the fifth annual Karen Beaubrun Memorial Swim Meet at the Rodney Heights Aquatic Centre (RHAC). Sharks Swim Club, Sea Jays Legends Swim Club, Lightning Aquatics Swim Club, RR Aquatics Swim Club, Southern Flying Fish Swim Club and RHAC Swim Club took part in this year’s competition. Sea Jays Legends placed first, Sharks Swim Club second and Lightning Aquatics third.

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A friend called to ask why I had not commented on the performance of Mr. Speaker over his apparent spat with the prime minister after he refused to withdraw certain words spoken by him during the most recent House session. The Speaker’s timidity in the face of the PM’s resistance gave cause for concern. It was the reason the parliamentary opposition gave for staging yet another walk-out. I contended in my last article that the overwhelming success of the UWP’s three-year celebratory public meeting at Soufriere had set the stage for the underlying hostility at the subsequent House meeting.

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Press Release:– The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has recorded a net profit of $32.7 million for the 2018-2019 financial year. This third consecutive year of profit exceeds last year’s profit by $21.9 million or 204.0 per cent. The Bank’s Annual Report and Statement of Accounts for the financial year ended 31 March 2019, which was […]

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