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India Today:- The World Cup 2019 match between South Africa and West Indies in Southampton was washed out on Monday as only 7.3 overs were possible after Jason Holder won the toss and opted to field first. The teams thus shared a point each meaning South Africa finally opened their account on the points table […]

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CBC News:- An Ottawa farmer who’s waited six weeks for seasonal labourers to come help plant his crops says new restrictions on foreign workers is threatening to ruin his business. For the past 25 years, Andy Terauds of Acorn Creek Garden Farm in Carp has relied on the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP) to bring pickers and planters […]

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(ESPNCricinfo) — South Africa took on West Indies in Southampton, but it was rain that prevailed, with the match being abandoned at 4:15 pm, nearly six hours after rain had first arrived. Only 7.3 overs of play were possible in the South Africa’s innings. Both teams picked up a point each. West Indies had put ...

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Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet continues to lead the charge for the Caribbean when it comes to sustainable development and the impact of Climate Change. Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet continues to lead the charge for the Caribbean when it comes to sustainable development and the impact of Climate Change. The Prime Minister […]

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A young male pedestrian whose leg was severed during a road accident on the Vide Boutielle Highway early Monday morning (June 10), has died, according to law enforcement sources. A law enforcement source said the victim’s name is Ted Leriche. The victim’s Facebook profile page has been receiving ‘RIP’ (rest in peace) messages since mid-morning. ...

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One man is dead following a motor vehicular accident on the Castries – Gros Islet highway at approximately 1:00 AM today. Reports indicate that the male individual was attempting to cross the four lane highway near Monroe College, when he was hit by a Subaru car heading towards town. There was an event taking place …
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By Caribbean News Now contributor Washington, DC – At the opening of Caribbean legislative week on Capitol Hill, June 5, Antigua and Barbuda’s ambassador to the United States, Sir Ronald Sanders, stated “China offers Caribbean countries a lifeline for development in the absence of others.” “Caribbean countries have welcomed Chinese investment, including loans from the […]
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BASSETERRE, St Kitts – The St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) parliamentary representative for St Christopher 3 (West Basseterre), Konris Maynard, has labelled prime minister Dr Timothy Harris “a shameless creature” and accused him of “crass deception and utter disrespect” when he told nationals in the United States recently, that draft legislation he has before the […]
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By Paige McCartney NASSAU, Bahamas — Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest has attributed “bolstering economic growth” in The Bahamas to the nearly 4,000 businesses created in the past year. “When we talk about this growing economy and this 1.6 percent growth in GDP, this is an abstract concept for a lot […]
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